Cold beer and camping go hand-in-hand for many Canadians, but a new survey suggests most people would still support part-time prohibitions in national parks, CTV News Vancouver reported.

The poll, conducted by NRP Research Group and Peak Communicators, found 53% of Canadians in favor of banning booze in national parks on long weekends over the summer.

Support was highest in British Columbia and Alberta, where 60% of respondents supported bans, and lowest in Quebec, where only 44% did.

“The results suggest that although for some drinking is an essential part of the camping experience, others are willing to put the enjoyment of all park users over their own enjoyment,” pollsters said in a release.

Saskatchewan has been enforcing similar temporary bans for years, and campers in the province have already been told not to drink in provincial parks on the Victoria Day long weekend.

Banff National Park in Alberta also has an alcohol ban in place for long weekends, and violators risk being fined or even thrown out.

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