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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.
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
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.
Birch Lake Campground and Park
The Park provides flush toilets, a showerhouse (registered campers free) firewood sales, firepits, horseshoes, pull-thru sites. At Innisfree: Sewage Pump-out /restaurant/propane sales/groceries & gas pumps.
Directions: 2 km south of the Yellowhead (Highway 16 & the Village of Innisfree) on Secondary Highway 870
Black Nugget Lake Campground
Redeveloped site of former coalmine * Bird Watching - Migratory Waterfowl * Group Sites & Group Areas * Fishing permitted but no motor boats permitted * Manager on-site *
Blood Indian Park
*300 random sites * 37 serviced sites * Fee for additional units in same site * Big Stone Hall on lakeshore available for rent: Ph: 403-779.2155 * 12 km speed restriction on lake *Excellent Trout fishing * Well stocked campground store (May-October) with fishing/hunting licence sales, propane and fuel * Rates include GST
Bluerock Campground, Sheep River Provincial Park
Bluerock Campground is found in Sheep River Provincial Park, 35 km west of Turner Valley on Hwy. 546. Sites are suited to both RVs and tents and are surrounded by trees. The scenic Sheep River is nearby. Enjoy hiking, mountain biking and equestrian trails in a Rocky Mountain setting.<br>Firewood available for purchase 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, we recommend that you bring your own drinking water.
Bluerock Equestrian Campground, Sheep River Provincial Park
Bluerock Equestrian Campground is found in Sheep River Provincial Park, 35 km west of Turner Valley on Hwy. 546. Sites are suitable for RVs and tents. The scenic Sheep River is nearby. There are hitching rails, corrals, and a loading ramp as well as access to nearby equestrian trails.<br>Price includes fee for 2 horses; $7.00/night each additional horse.Firewood available for purchase 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, we recommend that you bring your own drinking water.
3 cabins also available * ATM * Showers coin operated * Store with camping requirements *
Boulton Creek Campground, Peter Lougheed Provincial Park
Boulton Creek Campground is found in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, about 50 km south of Hwy. 1 on Hwy. 40 and south on Kananaskis Lakes Trail.. This large campground has over 120 well-treed sites for RVs and tents. There are unserviced, power and water, and walk-in options. There are many amenities and activities available here, including showers, equipment rental, a camper`s store, hiking trails, paved bike paths, and close access to the Kananaskis Lakes.<br>Showers take $2.00 tokens (for a 5-minute shower); pull-through sites available; on-site manager and caretaker; groceries & firewood a
Bow Island Centennial Park
Adjacent to Bow Island Golf Course * Self Registration * Shower & Washroom Facilities * Firewood - not supplied * Sewer dump located on Hwy 3 at Silver Spray Car Wash (223 7th Ave W)*