The NDP wants to scrap the controversial Kananaskis Country Conservation pass.
Environment critic Marlin Schmidt, MLA for Edmonton-Gold Bar, has offered an alternative.
"So, what we're proposing is creating a dedicated revenue fund that can only be spent on programs and enhancements to parks."
Schmidt would like to replace the current K-Country fees with a 'licence plate' fundraiser for Albertans that choose to donate.
It's based on a program in B.C., and a similar one in Ontario, that's raised $20 million over the past five years.
In B.C. you can choose from three different licence plate designs for a cost of $50 with an additional $40 every year. All their proceeds go towards their parks.
The current fees in Alberta raised $10 million last year alone and that's without handing out any $150 fines.
Schmidt says this way Kananaskis Country will remain free for all Albertans.