Mont-Orford director puts beach parking reservations online

By Michael Boriero
Mont-Orford director puts beach parking reservations online
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Mont-Orford National Park Director Mario Landry announced beach-goers will need to purchase their beach parking fee online starting July 16.
Quebecers visiting the national park already need to purchase daily access passes, so the administration team believes it will be an easy transition. The decision was made to manage the flow of visitors at Stukely Lake and Fraser Lake.
According to Landry, the park is reaching peak season, and it promises to be another busy summer. The new online tool will help reduce line-ups and avoid disappointing visitors who are turned away at the last minute due to capacity limitations.
“This is an improvement that many visitors have been asking for for a long time. The habit of reserving one’s beach parking permit online should quickly take hold and bear fruit as early as this summer,” said Landry.

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