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Cache Lake Campground, William A. Switzer Provincial Park
This quiet little campground is in William A. Switzer Provincial Park, 3 km west of Hinton on Hwy. 16, 19 km north on Hwy. 40, and a few km east on a gravel access road. Well spaced sites are suitable for tents and RVs and are surrounded by mature trees. Jarvis Creek, a stocked trout pond, Graveyard Lake and Cache Lake are nearby, offering good opportunities for canoeing, kayaking, swimming and fishing. Activities and amenities in the park include a Visitor Centre, beaches, boat launches, trails, interpretive programs, sani dump and showers within short driving distance.<br>Firewood is availab
Calaway RV Park Campground
* Country setting close to the city * Shuttle service to Stampede Grounds (July 8-19) * Walking distance of W. Canada`s Largest Family Outdoor Amusement Park * Overflow sites * Open 05/21-06/14 (Wknds), 06/18-09/06 (Daily) *Reservations at: www.calawaypark.com * Rates do not include GST * Rates subject to change. Please call to confirm.
Calhoun Bay Campground, Calhoun Bay Provincial Recreation Area
Calhoun Bay Campground is a local fishing hotspot and boasts tent and RV-friendly sites. Enjoy the shade form the surrounding natural aspen-spruce forest. Launch your kayak or canoe into the lake to enjoy fishing or paddling. Sailing and wind-surfing is also seen here among a prairie-parkland setting.<br>The water is not potable. Do not drink the water.
Calling Lake Campground, Calling Lake Provincial Park
Calling Lake Campground is located in Calling Lake Provincial Park, 55km north of Athabasca on Hwy. 813. This northern Alberta lake is calling you to come enjoy hours of fishing, boating, or canoeing.<br>Firewood is sold for $8.00 a bundleNo water available to fill RV’s.The only potable water available is to fill small jugs/pails for use within campsites.Although Alberta Parks strives to maintain drinking water quality at its campgrounds, we recommend that you bring your own drinking water to this site.
Camp Lake Park
Random tent & day use areas * Concession * Playground * Basketball * Picnic Shelters * Floating Docks * On-site Caretaker
Camp Tamarack RV Park
52 Pull-thru sites * Wi-Fi * 50 Amp. power for sites * 51 Sat./Cable hook-ups * Sitting Lounge with Internet access * Gas BBQ avail * Good Sam Park * 18-Hole champion golf course/driving range nearby * Storage area
Canyon Campground, Peter Lougheed Provincial Park
Canyon Campground is in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, 50 km south of Hwy. 1 on Hwy. 40 and south on Kananaskis Lakes Trail. There are 50 unserviced sites suitable for RVs and tents, with larger sites on open grass and smaller sites in the trees. Canyon Campground is situated just north of the earthern Pocaterra Hydroelectric Dam on Lower Kananaskis Lake, and offers access to hiking and mountain biking trails and paved bike trails.<br>Food lockers available for cyclists. Visa & MasterCard accepted. Pull-through sites available. On-site manager/caretaker.Firewood available for purchase on site
Capt. Ayre Lake Resort
No reservations - First Come, First Served * Beach volleyball * Ball Diamonds * Hall facility, bookings and off-season number 780-753-2434 * Swimming lessons avail.Jul * 9-hole golf course nearby * Boat speed limit - 12 kph * Group MD Lot $50.00 * Group Site $90.00
Carson-Pegasus Campground, Carson-Pegasus Provincial Park
This gem amongst the wilderness consists of a large campground, sites with/without power, walk-in tent sites that are located at the end of a peninsula, and Day Use sites conveniently located near the Concession/Store. McLeod Lake is stocked annually with the ever sought after Rainbow Trout. Many amenities/activities are available here: playground, beach, boat launch, fishing on the shores, lake wall or by boat, hiking trails, bird watching, and winter activities of snowshoeing and ice fishing.
Carstairs Municipal Campground
Close to Carstairs 18-hole Course Golf Course. 24 hr; on-site management, playground, camp kitchen, horseshoe pits, drinking water, trees, grass. Rates are subject to change without notice.
Castle Falls Campground, Castle Provincial Park
Discover the beauty of Alberta`s southern Rockies from this campground in Castle Provincial Park. It is 20 km west of Pincher Creek on Hwy. 507, 16 km south on Hwy. 774 and 6 km west on an access road. Sites are surrounded by open, mixed forest along the Castle River, with a few sites right along the river. A beautiful spot to swim, fish, or go exploring.<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 personal cheque only.You are expected to bring your own water. Government of Alberta
Castle River Bridge Campground, Castle Provincial Park
This little campground is along the Castle River in Castle Provincial Park. It is 20 km west of Pincher Creek on Hwy. 507, 16 km south on Hwy. 774 and 1 km west on an access road. Sites are suited to tents and RVs and are located along the river. Here you can fish or hike, and paddlers with advanced moving water experience can play on the river. There are informal OHV trails in the vicinity. Please keep OHVs on trailers while in the recreation area.<br>Opening dates are subject to weather conditions. All camp sites are first come-first served. Self-registration is in effect with camping fees