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Bear Lake Campground


Campground Operator Ph# 780-693-2479 * Day use area on site * Volleyball * Firewood $5 * Reservations available * Playground * Concession
Basic Camping Beach Boat Launch Canoeing Allowed Day Use Area Firewood - Charge Fish Cleaning Stand Fishing Allowed Gated Mastercard Motorboats Allowed No Power Pets - Welcome

Beauvais Lake Campground, Beauvais Lake Provincial Park

Pincher Creek

This scenic campground is found in Beauvais Lake Provincial Park. Sites here are well-treed, suitable for both RVs and tents and have both basic and powered options. Enjoy the beautiful foothills setting and watch for birds and wildlife while fishing or boating on the lake. If you like to stay on land, there are many trails which range from easy to challenging for hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing and skiing.<br>Sites 1-15 in the main campground and walk-in tenting are open for winter camping. Winter use is subject to snow & road conditions.  Only cash or personal cheques are accepted for f
Boat Launch Fire Pits Firewood - Charge Playgrounds Water Tap Backcountry Camping Birding Camping Canoeing/Kayaking Cross Country Skiing Fish Cleaning Stations Fishing Geocaching

Beaver Flats Campground, Elbow Falls Provincial Recreation Area

Bragg Creek

Beaver Flats Campground is found in Elbow Falls Provincial Recreation Area, 30 km west of Bragg Creek on Hwy. 66. There are 49 large, well-treed sites. Most are suitable for RVs, plus a few walk-in tent sites along the Elbow River. There are many nearby trails for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding, as well as exciting and challenging waters for experienced paddlers.<br>Firewood available for purchase at McLean Creek campground store, at manager`s site and from firewood truck.Water is available from a hand pump at this site. Although Alberta Parks strives to maintain water quality, w
Fire Pits Water Pump Camping Canoeing/Kayaking Fishing Geocaching Hiking - Front Country Trail Running Vault Toilets

Beaver Lake Campground, Beaver Lake Provincial Recreation Area

Lac La Biche

Beaver Lake Campground is located in Beaver Lake Provincial Recreation Area, 6km southeast of Lac La Biche off Hwy. 881. Beaver Lake is a popular location for fishing, boating, and swimming. Group camping is available at the Beaver Lake Group Use Site, perfect for family reunions.<br>Some pull-through sites are available.
Beach Boat Launch Fire Pits Firewood - Charge Flush Toilets Pier Water Tap Camping Canoeing/Kayaking Fish Cleaning Stations FishT ackle Shop Fishing Pay Phone

Beaver Mines Lake Campground, Castle  Provincial Park


Beaver Mines Campground is found in Castle Provincial Park, 20 km west of Pincher Creek on Hwy. 507, 10 km southwest on Hwy. 774 and 5 km south on an access road. This scenic spot offers sites suitable for RVs and tents. Most are surrounded by trees and some have a beautiful view of the lake.<br>Opening dates are subject to weather conditions. Campsites are first come-first served.  Self-registration is in effect with camping fees paid by cash or cheque only. Please see the OHV restrictions Recreation Note.Firewood sales are available from mid May to Labour Day.You are expected to bring your o
Boat Launch Fire Pits Firewood - Charge Water Pump Camping Canoeing/Kayaking Equestrian - Backcountry Fishing Geocaching Hiking - Front Country Ice Fishing Power Boating Swimming

Beaver Ranch Group Use, William A. Switzer Provincial Park


<br>This group campground contains pull in, back in, and open area campsites of varying sizes. 2 night minimum reservation is required for Friday & Saturday nights. A $50.00 key deposit is required to be paid at the Gregg Lake Campground Booth at check in, and will be returned at checkout. Water is available from a hand pump at Cache Lake Campground. Although Alberta Parks strives to maintain water quality, we recommend that you bring your own drinking water. Firewood available for sale $8/bag at Cache Lake Campground, Switzer Park Visitor Centre and Gregg Lake Campground Booth, hours vary and
Beach Birding Camping Canoeing/Kayaking Cross Country Skiing Environmental Education Fire Pits Fishing Geocaching Group Use Hiking - Front Country Ice Fishing Interpretive Program

Beaverlodge Pioneer Campground


An excellent stopping spot on the -best- route to Alaska. 29 sites with 10 sites offering full service / power hook-ups. A washroom/shower facility is located in our beautiful log camp shelter. Shelter also has a lovely covered cooking/picnic area. Dumping station located on the NE corner of the campground. Opens around May 1st with power service - and water available after the risk of freezing passes. Closes for the season mid-October weather permitting. Daily, Weekly and Monthly rates.
15 Amp Hookup 30 Amp Hookup Central Stoves Crews Welcome Day Use Area Debit/Interac Extended Stay Rates Firewood - Free Flush Toilets Group Camping Mastercard Picnic Shelter Picnic Tables

Beiseker Municipal Campground


24 hr. on-site management, playground, BBQ, camp kitchen, stove, horseshoe pits, drinking water, trees, grass. Extended stay rates. Rates are subject to change without notice. Village Office 403-947-3774.
30 Amp Hookup Baseball Diamond Central Stoves Crews Welcome Day Use Area Extended Stay Rates Firewood - Charge Flush Toilets Group Camping Horse Shoe Pit(s) Pets - Manager Discretion Picnic Shelter Picnic Tables

Beta Lake Campground


Firewood $5
Beach Boat Launch Canoeing Allowed Day Use Area Firewood - Charge Fish Cleaning Stand Fishing Allowed No Power Picnic Tables Primitive Water Pump

Big Berland Campground, Big Berland Provincial Recreation Area


Big Berland Campground is located in Big Berland Provincial Recreation Area, 70 km northwest of Hinton and 70 km south of Grande Cache on Hwy. 40. The campground is in a mature spruce forest and situated along the Berland River with a few sites backing onto the river. There is nearby access to an equestrian staging area into the Willmore Wilderness Park, and anglers can enjoy fishing in the Berland River. Access to Willmore Wilderness park and staging area for horses is down the road past the c
Fire Pits Water Pump Camping Equestrian Fish Cleaning Stations Fishing Hiking - Front Country Hitching Rails Vault Toilets

Big Knife Campground, Big Knife Provincial Park


Find a mix of open and treed sites suitable for tents and RVs in a scenic parkland environment. There are also a few walk-in tenting sites nestled in the forest. This is a great family-friendly park with wonderful views of the unique Battle River badlands. Explore the trails and watch for wildlife and birds, or take your canoe or kayak for a lazy afternoon paddle.<br>Firewood is not available onsite.Potable water is not available after from mid-September until the campground closes. Camping fees are reduced during this period.Sewage disposal is provided onsite.
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