Season Dates & Rates

Season Dates & Rates

If you’re planning a visit to the Hopewell Rocks, the 2017 Season Dates & Rates are essential. The park is open from mid-May until mid-October, with specific dates and times listed below.

Coming back often? Why not get a Season pass for you or your family? Season passes start at $35 per person or $85 per family.

 

Hours of operations for the 2017 season are:

May 19 – June 23 09h00 – 17h00

June 24 – August 18 08h00 – 20h00

August 19 – September 04  09h00 – 19h00

September 05 – October 09 09h00 – 17h00

 

*Hours are subject to change without notice.

 

2017 Entrance Rates

Your entrance fee for the Hopewell Rocks is valid for two consecutive days. This means you can return at any time during that period in order to see both the high and low tides.
Please Note: All prices include HST. Admissions rates are subject to change without notice. Rates under review.

Adults 19+ $ 10.00 Buy Tickets online
Seniors 65+ $ 8.00 Buy Tickets online
Students (19+ with valid student card) $ 8.00 Buy Tickets online
Children age 5 – 18 $ 7.25 Buy Tickets online
Children 4 and under Free
Families (2 parents + children 18 and under) $ 25.50 Buy Tickets online
On-site Transportation: $2.00 one way
Hopewell Rocks Season Pass
(per person)
$35.00 non-transferable
Hopewell Rocks Season Pass
(for families)
$85.00
(2 adults and their children)
non-transferable

Please Note: All prices include HST. Rates are subject to change without notice.

Groups

The Hopewell Rocks can offer special rates for groups of 12 or more. Visit our group section for more details.

Off-Season

During the off-season, visitors may still enter the park, but must park their vehicle on the entrance road and walk in, please do not park in front of the gates as emergency vehicles may need access.

Visitors entering during the off-season do so at their own risk and must assume full responsibility for their safety. There are no facilities open.

The trails are accessible for walking or snowshoeing. If walking on the beach, visitors must be aware of the tide schedule and assume responsibility for their own safety, so they do not become trapped by rising water.

Due to winter conditions, the cliffs are particularly subject to ice and freeze/thaw periods and can become unstable. Frequent rock falls occur during the winter months. Visitors should exercise caution when walking amongst the formations and cliffs.