Bucars Blog — April 23 2020

Top-50 Campgrounds in Alberta

Are you new to camping in Alberta? Planning your next camping trip? Or maybe you want to break free from your normal camping routine and start to explore new campgrounds.

Are you new to camping in Alberta? Planning your next camping trip? Or maybe you want to break free from your normal camping routine and start to explore new campgrounds.

For those of you who have been camping for a while, you probably have some favourite campsites that you return to often, and going somewhere new can feel like a gamble. If you’re new to camping, it can be tricky to know where to start.

At Bucars RV, we are passionate about camping and are always looking for ways to help our customers create amazing and memorable camping experiences. To get you started on your research and to provide some inspiration for your camping planning, we’ve put together a list of the 50 best campgrounds in Alberta. For both beginner campers and seasoned camping enthusiasts alike, we hope this will be a useful resource for planning your next, exciting camping adventure!

To create this list, the Alberta campgrounds have been selected based on Google Reviews 4.5 or higher, with a minimum of 30 reviews. Of course, the campgrounds included are accessible for RVs. For your convenience, you can just enter the campsite into Google Maps and hit the road.

We know that finding the perfect campground is an individual process, and our list is just a starting point. Whether you’re looking for a rustic site or a campsite with specific amenities, we’ve included details about each site to help you narrow down where you want to go.

Happy camping!

Northern Alberta

1) Sherk’s RV Park

Google Reviews:

4.5 (58)

The spacious RV park is surrounded by large trees and is nestled in the northern Alberta countryside. The location is perfect for adventurous travellers, looking to explore the nearby hiking trails, golf courses, or go fishing in the close-by rivers and lakes.

Located in Valleyview

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Electric, Water, Sewer
  • Wheelchair-accessible Washrooms
  • Hot Showers
  • Playground
  • Laundry Facilities

2) Marten River Campground

Google Reviews:

4.6 (86)

This beautiful provincial campsite is located next to Lesser Slave Lake and offers plenty of opportunities for boating, watersport, swimming, fishing, and relaxing on the natural sand beach. Perfect for both families and wildlife enthusiasts. Surrounded by spruce forests, the 112 campsites are equipped with fire pits and tables. Firewood is sold on-site.

Located in Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park, 38 km north of Slave Lake

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Power
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Wheelchair-accessible
  • Hot Showers
  • Laundry
  • Playground

3) Carson Pegasus Campground

Google Reviews:

4.5 (122)

The large provincial campground offers 182 campsites for tents and RVs, nestled between the privacy of trees. The area has many options for activities. At the close-by lake, campers can go swimming, trout fishing, boating (small water crafts only), canoeing, kayaking, or relaxing on the sandy beach. You can also go hiking, bird-watching, or star-gazing in the area. During the winter months, campers can enjoy ice fishing and snowmobiling.

Located in Carson-Pegasus Provincial Park, 6 km west of Whitecourt

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Power
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Hot Showers
  • Grocery Store
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Boat Launch
  • Playground

4) Ross Lake Campground

Google Reviews:

4.5 (44)

At this well-treed, provincial campground, there are plenty of opportunities to explore the extensive network of hiking trails and three natural sand beaches. Go swimming, boating, paddling, birding, and much more!

Located in Whitney Lakes Provincial Park, 1 km south of Elk Point

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Power
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Hot Showers
  • Grocery Store
  • Boat Launch
  • Playground

5) Sir Winston Churchill Campground

Google Reviews:

4.6 (232)

The campsite is nestled in a forest and provides 72 campsites with fire pits, picnic tables. With no shortage of activities available, you’ll not be bored! Rentals of canoes, kayaks, and stand-up paddleboards are available, and campers can swim, boat, and practice other water sports on the waters of Lac La Biche. Hiking, or practicing your swing at the nearby golf course are just a few more activity ideas!

Families with young children, avid birdwatchers, and fishing enthusiasts will have a great time camping here!

Located in Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park, 5 km east of Lac La Biche

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Power
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Hot Showers
  • Fast Food Concession
  • Boat Launch
  • Playground

6) Cold Lake Municipal District Campground

Google Reviews:

4.5 (82)

If you want to stay in the city without the city-feel, this campground is for you! This campground offers 71 sites on the shore of Slave Lake. The campground is beautifully treed and lakefront sites are available. Activities include hiking, biking, fishing, canoeing, swimming, and lounging on the beach. With plenty of shopping options available in Slave Lake, this campsite combines the best of both worlds as an urban getaway and staying close to nature.

Located at Cold Lake

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Power
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Hot Showers
  • Laundry
  • Playground
  • Beach Volleyball Court

Edmonton Area

7) Elk Island Retreat

Google Reviews:

4.5 (44)

This smaller, private campground offers both tent and RV-sites along with cabins, yurts, and tipis. Activities in the area include going bison-spotting in Elk Island Provincial Park, hiking, bird watching, or canoeing/kayaking. You can also go shopping and exploring in the nearby cities, Fort Saskatchewan and Edmonton. Or just relax, unwind, and enjoy the peaceful surroundings.

8) Located next to Elk Island Provincial Park, 40 km east of Edmonton

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Water, Sewer, Power
  • Hot Showers
  • Laundry
  • Wi-Fi
  • Volleyball Court
  • Horseshoe Pit

8) Lindbrook Star Gazer Campground

Google Reviews:

4.5 (72)

This family and pet-friendly campsite offers a peaceful countryside get-away. Enjoy the many great activities on the campground, or enjoy the many amenities and activities of the city within close driving-distance.

Located by Tofield, 30 min east of Edmonton

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Power
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Wi-Fi
  • Convenience Store
  • Heated Pool
  • Playground
  • Beach Volleyball Court

Central Alberta

9) Pembina River Campground

Google Reviews:

4.5 (79)

This large, provincial campground provides 130 open and treed sites. This campground offers many great opportunities to explore the natural beauty in the area, including scenic hiking trails among the towering cliffs of the Pembina River Gorge. The close-by Pembina River is the perfect opportunity to go fishing, canoeing, or kayaking.

Located in Located in Pembina River Provincial Park, 2 km northwest of Entwistle

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Power
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Wheelchair-accessible Washrooms
  • Hot Showers
  • Playground

10) Rangeton Park

Google Reviews:

4.7 (46)

This smaller, private, rustic campground is beautifully situated along the Pembina River. Very affordable and with a quiet, relaxed atmosphere. Rangeton Park is also home to a number of festivals during the summer months, and offers plenty of opportunities to explore the natural beauty in the area.

Located by Evansburg, about 1 hour west of Edmonton

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: None Available
  • Cooking Shelters
  • Free Firewood

11) Entwistle RV Campground

Google Reviews:

4.5 (34)

This campground is located close to Pembina River and is perfect for larger groups as well as individual campers. There are plenty of activities in the area, including golfing, river tubing, quadding, hiking, and much more.

Located by Entwistle, 1 hour west of Edmonton

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Power
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Wi-Fi
  • Group-sized Fire Pit
  • Free Firewood
  • Picnic/Cooking Shelters

12) Elevated Experience Camping

Google Reviews:

4.5 (111)

Nestled among large trees, this scenic and mature campground provides 97 large sites, most with power and 7 with full hook-ups. The campground is located on the shore of the North Saskatchewan River and offers plenty of outdoor activities, including biking, hiking, fishing, swimming, canoeing, and river boating.

Located in Eagle Creek Provincial Park, 10 km east of Drayton Valley

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Water, Power, Sewer
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Boat Launch
  • Playground
  • Volleyball Court

13) Whitehorse Creek Campground

Google Reviews:

4.7 (35)

This small, provincial campground provides 26 unserviced sites. Located in a scenic area along the Whitehorse Creek, the campground offers a great, rustic nature escape.

If you enjoy horseback riding, this campground is perfect, as it is equipped with equestrian sites, hitching rails, and horse corrals.

Located in Whitehorse Creek Provincial Recreation Area, 6 km southwest of Cadomin

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: None Available
  • Dry Toilets
  • Water Pump
  • Horse Corrals
  • Loading Ramp
  • Hitching Rails

14) Mount Kerkeslin Campground

Google Reviews:

4.7 (43)

This Rocky Mountain campground is great for smaller motorhomes and RVs under 25 feet. While campgrounds on the Ice Fields Parkway are usually crowded during the summer months, Mount Kerkeslin has managed to stay a bit of a hidden gem.

Although the amenities are basic, from the quiet, shady sites you can enjoy spectacular mountain views, and access the sandy banks of the Athabasca River. Of course, the campground can also act as a springboard for exploring the Rocky Mountains, Jasper National Park, and the world-class outdoor experiences in the area.

Located in Jasper National Park, 36 km south of Jasper

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: None Available
  • Dry Toilets
  • Cooking Shelter
  • Fire Pits
  • Free Firewood

15) Wapiti Campground

Google Reviews:

4.5 (566)

The largest and more well-equipped campgrounds in Jasper National Park, this campground has a whopping 362 sites on the shore of the Athabasca River. It is conveniently close to shopping and amenities in Jasper, while still offering a quiet mountain atmosphere. From the campground, campers can enjoy the natural beauty of the Rocky Mountains and go hiking, mountain biking, rafting, and much more on the almost endless list of activities that the area offers.

If you enjoy winter camping or prefer to go off-season when the national parks are less crowded, Wapiti Campground is one of the few campgrounds in the area that offers year-round camping.

Located in Jasper National Park, 3.8 km outside of Jasper

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Power
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Hot Showers
  • Kitchen Shelter
  • Free Firewood

16) Honeymoon Lake Campground

Google Reviews:

4.5 (66)

This small, lakeside campground offers beautiful views of both Honeymoon Lake and the Rocky Mountains.

Outdoor enthusiasts will love this campground that offers amazing kayaking or canoeing on the pristine mountain lake. The area has no shortage of natural beauty in the form of hiking trails, waterfalls, and lakes.

Best for smaller RVs under 25-feet.

Located in Jasper National Park, 53 km south of Jasper

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: None Available
  • Dry Toilets
  • Potable Water
  • Cooking Shelter
  • Canoe Launch

17) Wildhorse Lake Campground

Google Reviews:

4.6 (46)

If you’re looking for a campground off the beaten trail, this quiet provincial campground with stunning views of the Rocky Mountains will give you that peaceful and remote feel. Situated next to a small, mountain lake, campers can go fishing in non-motorized or electric boats and enjoy other watersports. The stunning mountain area also offers great opportunities to explore nature by foot or bike and go wildlife spotting.

The basic campground is better suited for smaller RVs.

Located in Wildhorse Lake Provincial Recreation Area, 25 km southwest of Hinton.

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: None Available
  • Dry Toilets
  • Pier
  • Fish Cleaning Station
  • Free Firewood

18) Gregg Lake Campground

Google Reviews:

4.6 (106)

Located next to Gregg Lake, this large provincial campground offers sites that are sheltered by large, mature trees. A family-friendly option with lots of different amenities and activities available on the campground. Take in all the area has to offer, from swimming, hiking, and biking to fishing and boating.

Exploring the interconnected lakes with crystal-clear streams by canoe, kayak, or stand-up paddleboard is an unbeatable adventure.

Gregg Lake Campground is open year-round and has cross-country trails nearby.

Located in William A. Switzer Provincial Park, 3 km west of Hinton

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Power, Water
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Hot Showers
  • Campground Store
  • Cooking Shelter
  • Playground
  • Boat Launch

19) Yellowhead County Bear Lake Campground

Google Reviews:

4.5 (30)

A great, private, pet and family-friendly campground. Located on the shore of Bear Lake, the campsite combines scenic views and a remote, peaceful location with a wealth of nearby activities. While the amenities on the campground are basic, it offers a large, sandy beach, friendly management, and a relaxed atmosphere.

Located 30 km north of Edson

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: None Available
  • Picnic Shelters
  • Boat Launch
  • Volleyball Court

20) Tunnel Mountain Trailer Court

Google Reviews:

4.5 (255)

This campground offers breathtaking mountain views and great, well-maintained amenities within a comfortable distance by car or free shuttle to shopping and sights in Banff.

Although the campground is busy during the summer months, campers are still able to enjoy the peaceful, natural beauty of the national park and go explore in the area. Great for both families and adventurous campers, as the park offers world-class hiking, wildlife spotting, and several interesting museums and historical sites.

Located in Banff National Park, 5 km from Banff

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Water, Power, Sewer
  • Dewage Disposal
  • Hot Showers
  • Wheelchair Accessible

21) Crescent Falls Campground

Google Reviews:

4.5 (85)

Smaller campground with a rustic, remote feel. The tree lined sites along the Big Horn River are the perfect starting point for exploring the scenic hiking trails, overlooking Crescent Falls.

If you enjoy horseback riding, Crescent Falls Campground offers all the needed amenities for equestrian activities, including hitching posts, corrals, and loading ramp.

Superstitious campers beware! There have been several Sasquatch sightings in the area…

Located in Crescent Falls Provincial Recreation Area, 22 km west of Nordegg

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: None Available
  • Dry Toilets
  • Water Pump
  • Hitching Posts

22) Tolman Bridge Campground

Google Reviews:

4.5 (50)

Sheltered by cottonwood trees, this provincial campground next to the Red Deer River gives campers a great opportunity to explore the unique landscape of the Badlands and Red Deer River Valley.

While the campground amenities are basic, adventurous campers will have a great time paddling through the Badlands and hiking along the river. If you like dinosaurs, this area is famous for incredible dinosaur fossil discoveries. For a deep dive into a time where dinosaurs roamed the Badlands, the world-renowned Royal Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller is only a short drive away.

Located in Dry Island Buffalo Jump Provincial Park, 60 km north of Drumheller

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: None Available
  • Dry Toilets
  • Playground
  • Hand Launch

23) Goldeye Lake Campground

Google Reviews:

4.6 (35)

Scenic provincial park with 44 sites, nestled between spruce and fir trees. The main attraction here is the crystal-clear Goldeye Lake. Campers can hike the trails around the lake, canoe, or go swimming.

This campground is truly a fisher’s paradise, and campers can try their luck in the lake that’s stocked with rainbow trout.

Located in Goldeye Lake Provincial Recreation Area, 8 km west of Goldegg

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: None Available
  • Dry Toilets
  • Water Pump
  • Boat Launch
  • Pier
  • Fish Cleaning Stations

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Water, Power, Sewer
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Hot Showers
  • Wheelchair Accessible

24) Outwest Camping & R.V. Park

Google Reviews:

4.6 (56)

Nestled close to the Ram and Clearwater rivers, this large, private campground provides 100+ tree-lined, pull-through sites with stunning mountain views.

Whether you enjoy fishing, biking, hunting, or quadding, this campground is the perfect base for outdoor adventures.

Located 30 minutess southwest of Rocky Mountain House

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Power, Water
  • Wastewater Disposal
  • Hot Showers
  • Laundry
  • Convenience Store
  • Quad Wash Bay

25) Twin Lakes Campground

Google Reviews:

4.5 (76)

A fishing paradise, this provincial campground provides 39 sites, surrounded by large trees. Fishing for trout and perch can be done from a boat, or the wheelchair-accessible pier enables fishers to cast from the shore as well.

Campers can go exploring on the wooden walkways along the lakeshore and in the marsh areas, and there are amenities such as showers, laundry, and a sani-dump within a short drive at the Crimson Lake Campground. The town of Rocky Mountain House also offers plenty of opportunities to go shopping and visit the local museum.

Located in Crimson Lake Provincial Park, 8 km northwest of Rocky Mountain House

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: None Available
  • Dry Toilets
  • Water Pump
  • Boat Launch
  • Pier
  • Fish Cleaning Station

26) Wetaskiwin Lion’s Campground

Google Reviews:

4.6 (64)

Located on the outskirts of Wetaskiwin, campers have all conceivable amenities and sights within reach. Families can go for a stroll or bike ride on the city pathway system, visit local museums, the aquatic centre, play disc golf, or just relax on the well-maintained campground.

Fishing enthusiasts rejoice! The campground also has an on-site catch and release trout pond.

Located in Wetaskiwin

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Water, Power, Sewer
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Hot Showers
  • Laundry
  • Campground Kitchens
  • Playground
  • Horseshoe Pits

27) Silver Creek Golf & RV Resort

Google Reviews:

4.5 (81)

A camping paradise for avid golfers, this campground is located by an immaculate 21-hole golf course.

The family-friendly, upscale campground has lots of great amenities and is sheltered by lots of tall trees. If you prefer a more luxurious style of camping, you’ll love this RV resort!

Located by New Norway, 15 min south of Camrose

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Power, Water
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Hot Showers
  • Wi-Fi
  • Store
  • Golf Course
  • Restaurant

28) Arm Lake Recreation Area

Google Reviews:

4.6 (54)

This 130-site lakeside campground is part of the Arm Lake Recreation Area and is great for families and larger groups. Campers can lounge on the beach, go swimming or boating, fishing, or golfing on the 9-hole golf course. Nature lovers can go hiking and berry picking on the many trails in the area.

Located in Arm Lake Recreation Area, 30 km east of Wainwright

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Water, Power, Sewer
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Hot Showers
  • Laundry
  • Concession
  • Playground
  • Boat Launch
  • Golf Course

29) North Ghost Campground

Google Reviews:

4.6 (47)

Nestled in the forests of the Rocky Mountains foothills, this campground is great for families and campers who are looking for a nature escape within a comfortable distance of Calgary and Cochrane. With minimal cell phone service, campers can unwind and explore the many scenic hiking trails, the river, or take your quad out for a spin on the OHV-trails.

Located in Ghost Airstrip Provincial Recreation Area, 50 km north of Cochrane

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: None Available
  • Dry Toilets
  • Water Pumps
  • Picnic Shelters
  • Playground
  • Free Firewood

30) Elkwood Campground

Google Reviews:

4.6 (106)

This campground offers 130 well-treed campsites in the scenic Kananaskis area. With bike paths, hiking trails, and easy access to Kananaskis Lakes and the Rocky Mountains, the area has plenty of opportunities to get active and have an unforgettable camping experience, surrounded by natural beauty.

Excellent campground for families, with an on-site playground and interpretive programs.

Located in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, 150 km west of Calgary

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Water, Power
  • Hot Showers
  • Playgrounds
  • Nearby Campground Store

Boulton Creek Campground

Google Reviews:

4.6 (105)

Not only does this campsite offer stellar views of the Rocky Mountains and the Kananaskis Valley, but it also has some of the best campground amenities in the area. The campground’s 160 tree-lined sites are an ideal base for an outdoor adventure. The area offers scenic hiking trails, paved pathways, and cozy picnic areas. At the close-by Kananaskis lakes, campers can launch smaller boats and try their luck fishing for trout or go canoeing on the serene mountain lakes.

Located in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, 152 km west of Calgary

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Power, Water, Sewage
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Hot Showers
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Grocery Store
  • Equipment Rental

32) Lower Lake Campground

Google Reviews:

4.5 (70)

This large, unserviced campground in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park offers 95 tree-lined, private sites.

The area offers rich opportunities for exploring the great outdoors. There are several near-by scenic hikes around the serene Kananaskis Lakes and to stunning mountain peaks. Mountain bikers and cyclists can explore the exciting trails and paved paths. In the area, campers also have excellent opportunities to go fishing, canoeing, golfing, or horseback riding.

Located in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, 115 km southwest of Calgary

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: None Available
  • Dry Toilets
  • Water Pump
  • Playground

33) Kananaskis Interlakes Campground

Google Reviews:

4.5 (48)

Smaller, unserviced provincial campground in the beautiful Kananaskis Valley. The 45 tree-lined sites along the shore of Lower Kananaskis Lake offer unbeatable views of the Rocky Mountains and the clear mountain lakes.

With mountain bike trails, paved trails, world-class hiking, and much more, active campers will have plenty of opportunities to have an exciting camping adventure here.

Located in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, 125 km southwest of Calgary

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: None Available
  • Dry Toilets
  • Water Pump
  • Wheelchair Accessible Sites
  • Hand Launch

Calgary Area

34) Carstairs Campground

Google Reviews:

4.5 (61)

Located in the municipality of Carstairs, at this smaller campground you can enjoy the charm of small-town Alberta while exploring the many activities in the area.

Avid golfers will be excited about the campground’s proximity to the 18-hole Carstairs Golf Course. For families, the campground has a great playground on-site and is within comfortable driving distance of Drumheller and The Royal Tyrrell Museum.

Carstairs, 45 km north of Calgary

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Power
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Hot Showers
  • Wheelchair-accessible Washrooms
  • Wi-Fi
  • Playground
  • Horseshoe Pits

35) Beaver Flats Campground

Google Reviews:

4.6 (61)

This busy, beautiful campground south of Calgary provides 49 sites along the Elbow River. Although the amenities here are basic, any active camper will be thrilled by the many opportunities to explore the area by foot, bike, horseback, or paddle.

Located in Elbow Falls Provincial Recreation Area, 20 km west of Bragg Creek

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: None Available
  • Dry Toilets
  • Water Pump

36) Nanton Lion’s Campground

Google Reviews:

4.5 (50)

This family and pet-friendly campground is located less than an hour’s drive from Calgary. Campers can enjoy the friendly, small-town atmosphere, visit the local museums, or use the opportunity to go exploring in the Chain Lakes Provincial Park.

Golfers will love the location, right next to the 18-hole Nanton Golf Club.

Located in Nanton

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: None Available
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Hot Showers
  • Cooking Shelters
  • Playground
  • Firewood and Ice Sales

37) George Lane Memorial Park and Campground

Google Reviews:

4.6 (283)

Nestled between large, mature trees, this family-friendly campground offers convenient access to a large park and playground and an extensive network of hiking and biking trails along the High River. In the town of High River, there are also lots of shopping, sights, and activities such as a golf course and spray park.

Campers also have rich opportunities to go fishing, tubing, swimming, or kayaking in the river.

Located in High River

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Power
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Hot Showers
  • Wi-Fi
  • Horseshoe Pits

38) Bottrel Store and Campground

Google Reviews:

4.7 (37)

Located by a 118-year-old general store, this family and pet-friendly campground in Cochrane offers plenty of near-by amenities while serving as a great base for outdoor adventures in the Bow River Valley.

Fishing enthusiasts rejoice! A spring-fed creek with brown and brook trout runs through the campground.

Located in Cochrane

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Power
  • Hot Showers
  • Laundry
  • Campground Store
  • Playground
  • Horseshoe Pits

Southern Alberta

39) Willow Creek Campground

Google Reviews:

4.6 (30)

The 55 sites offer beautiful views of the Foothills, and the small, quiet campground is the perfect springboard for exploring the Willow Creek Provincial Park. Campers can enjoy swimming and tubing in the creek that runs through the campground.

Located by Stavely, 115 km south of Calgary

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: None Available
  • Dry Toilets
  • Water Tap
  • Playground

Emerson Bridge Park Campground

Google Reviews:

4.5 (47)

This picturesque, countryside campground in the Red Deer River valley provides 57 private, grassy sites, surrounded by trees and bushes.

It’s the perfect opportunity for a quiet get-away and offers plenty of activities such as canoeing, beach volleyball, and baseball on-site.

County of Newell, 43 km north of Brooks

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Power
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Hot Showers
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Playground
  • Beach Volleyball Court
  • Canoe Launch

41) Enchant Municipal Park

Google Reviews:

4.5 (50)

Located by the charming hamlet of Enchant, this family-friendly prairie campground offers a host of great amenities and activities.

Campers can relax on the beach, go golfing, swim or fish in the stocked pond, or play baseball or softball.

Located in Enchant

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Power
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Hot Showers
  • Laundry
  • Picnic Shelters
  • Playground
  • Baseball Diamond
  • Free Firewood

42) Kinbrook Campground

Google Reviews:

4.6 (55)

This beautiful, lakeside campground offers 160, shady sites. Perfect for families and nature lovers alike, campers can enjoy the beach, swim in the inviting, clear lake, or go boating, kayaking, or canoeing. There are also great opportunities to explore the wetlands by an interpretive marsh trail with excellent birdwatching.

If you enjoy winter camping, the campground is open year-round, although with limited amenities available.

Located in Kinbrook Island Provincial Park, 13 km south of Brooks

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Power
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Hot Showers
  • Dry Toilets
  • Laundry
  • Playground
  • Fish Cleaning Station

43) Aspen Crossing

Google Reviews:

4.6 (645)

This exciting campground at the train-themed Aspen Crossing park offers a wide range of activities for families, couples, and train-enthusiasts. A great holiday spot, this high-end campground is perfect for campers who enjoy a few luxuries and near-by conveniences.

The main attraction here is the heritage train tours on the prairies and experiences such as dinner theatres, champagne brunches, and much more. Guests can also enjoy the great restaurant, go shopping at the gift shop and garden centre, or visit the escape room.

Located 1 km west of Mossleigh

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Water, Power, Sewer
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Hot Showers
  • Laundry
  • Playground
  • Fishing Pond
  • Restaurant

44) Cataract Creek Campground

Google Reviews:

4.7 (47)

A large but basic provincial campground, located in a unique, lodgepole pine forest. The scenic location offers interesting hikes through the forest and stunning views of the Kananaskis Valley. A small beach by the crystal-clear creek provides a great play area for kids and opportunities to fish for cutthroat trout.

Located in Cataract Creek Provincial Recreation Area, 45 km southwest of Longview.

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: None Available
  • Dry Toilets
  • Water Pump

Elkwater Campground

Google Reviews:

4.6 (96)

This provincial campground provides 80 sites, nestled in a forested area. Campers can walk to the nearby lake, with an excellent beach where families can relax and play in the sand. There are also lots of opportunities to enjoy boating on the lake, hiking, biking, or join an interpretive program.

Open year-round, winter campers at Elkwater Campground have plenty of activity options available during the winter months such as cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, and tobogganing.

Located in Cypress Hills Provincial Park, 20 km southeast of Medicine Hat.

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Water, Power
  • Hot Showers
  • Cooking Shelter
  • Playground
  • Horseshoe Pit

46) Firerock Campground

Google Reviews:

4.6 (72)

This scenic provincial campground provides 139 private sites – some nestled between trees and others are located lakeside in a meadow area. With easy access to a beautiful lake, campers can relax on the beach or go boating, fishing, kayaking, or canoeing. Campers can also enjoy hiking or biking in the large Cypress Hills Park.

Located in Cypress Hills Provincial Park, 20 km southwest of Medicine Hat.

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Power
  • Hot Showers
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Playground
  • Boat Launch

47) Chinook Campground

Google Reviews:

4.7 (61)

This provincial campground in the southern Rockies offers 90 well-treed sites. With great access to the stunning Chinook Lake, campers can go swimming, kayaking, or canoeing. There are also excellent opportunities for hiking or biking adventures on the well-groomed trails in the area and enjoy the beautiful scenery.

Located in Chinook Provincial Recreation Area, 8 km west of Coleman

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: None Available
  • Dry Toilets
  • Water Pump
  • Cooking Shelter
  • Hand Launch

48) Beaver Mines Lake Campground

Google Reviews:

4.5 (32)

Enjoy beautiful lake views from this provincial campground with 96 unserviced sites. Although amenities are basic, it is a great, peaceful getaway. The lake offers excellent opportunities to go fishing, kayaking, or canoeing, and the area has great scenic hikes.

Located in Castle Provincial Park, 20 km west of Pincher Creek

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: None Available
  • Dry Toilets
  • Water Pump
  • Boat Launch

49) Castle Falls Campground

Google Reviews:

4.6 (69)

A smaller, provincial campground with 45 tree-lined sites along Castle River. Enjoy breathtaking views of the Rocky Mountains and go fishing or swimming in the river. There’s no shortage of natural beauty in the area, and the campground serves as the ideal base for exploring the close-by waterfalls and hiking trails.

Located in Castle Provincial Park, 20 km west of Pincher Creek

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: None Available
  • Dry Toilets
  • Water Pump

50) Irricana Campground

Google Reviews:

4.5 (61)

Idyllic and well-maintained campground with lots of opportunities for dining and shopping in the friendly town of Irricana. Campers can enjoy a relaxing escape to the countryside at this family-friendly campground.

Located in Irricana

Amenities

  • Hook-ups: Water, Power
  • Sewage Disposal
  • Hot Showers
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Playground

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