Campers heading out to one of Canada’s national parks can start adding cannabis to their kit, according to CBC News.

Parks Canada confirmed this week that marijuana can be consumed at its campsites — part of a policy of offering visitors a “consistent and predictable” experience at national parks across the country.

“While Parks Canada campgrounds are public areas, the agency treats individual campsites as temporary domiciles for our visitors. For this reason, at Parks Canada campgrounds, consumption of cannabis will be permitted in campsites,” Spokesperson Marie-Hélène Brisson wrote in an email.

In some provinces — British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario and Quebec, as well as Nunavut and the Northwest Territories — campers will be allowed to smoke marijuana on hiking trails, as long as those trails aren’t within the campgrounds themselves.

Marijuana won’t be permitted in common areas within campgrounds, either — such as playgrounds, kitchen shelters, washrooms, parking areas or roads within Parks Canada’s networks of parks, national historic sites, national marine conservation areas and historic waterways.

Brisson said Parks Canada’s approach to cannabis will be similar to its policy on the possession and consumption of alcohol.

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