594200 64 St. W. Foothills County, Foothills County, ALBERTA
Archie and Janet Hogg Park is located between High River and Longview, tucked away along the Highwood River on 64 St. W., in Foothills County. This park offers rustic family camping with mountain and river valley views, an abundance of plant and wildlife with great fishing opportunities during the fishing season.
At present there is no water available on site and washrooms are closed. Camping reservations are for Alberta Residents only with self contained units. Please check www.FoothillsCountyAB.ca for updates.
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 mid-May 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.
49117 RR 182, Ryley, Alberta, Box 140, RYLEY, ALBERTA
Black Nugget Lake Park is a redeveloped site of a former coal mine, it features a beautiful long winding lake, perfect for non-powered boating, kayaking or canoeing. Stocked with both rainbow and tiger trout, fishing is an easy and enjoyable way for family and friends to connect. Play volleyball, basketball, or enjoy the playground with tether ball and horseshoe pits, 2 picnic shelters are available for public use. Hiking trails, bird watching - migratory waterfowl and wildlife abound
Camp Lake features two beaches, a boat launch, boat trailer parking, picnic shelters/cookhouses and a sewer dump station for your convenience. Take in some swimming, boating, water skiing, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, hiking or have a game of horseshoes. There is a playground, basketball hoop volleyball court, tether ball and beach volleyball are also available for your enjoyment.
The concession/office is located at the entrance to the campground where you will find flush toilets/showers, firewood, ice cream, and other concession items for sale.
Our East campground is a quiet camping area located beside the Kneehill Creek. There is a shower house which is free for all campers.
Walking trails close by, ball diamond and playground. This is a favorite campground for group bookings.
Also the Carbon Centennial Swimming Pool is just a short walk across the swinging bridge.
The campground is located at the end of main street in the Village. The campground is treed and steps away from the Centennial outdoor swimming pool. Each site has its own fire pit and picnic table. There is a shower house in the campground which is free for campers. A code is required to access the shower house which can be obtained from the campground attendant.
Sewer Dumping Station: COVID-19 Preventative Measures – Must wear disposable gloves to utilize the RV Dump taps.
Our park is a great place for a quiet retreat. Individual campsites in the main loop are well separated by trees. Three of the campsites are large drive-through sites. There are also six campsites closer to the playground and beach which are on a large lawn area that are ideal for camping in groups. The beach area was expanded in 2018, complete with beach volleyball
2301 - 1 Ave Cold Lake, Alberta, Cold Lake, ALBERTA
Our park is a tranquil place, especially while trekking our hiking trails through mature coniferous forests and enjoying the natural beauty of the lake. Our individual campsites all have 30-Amp power, a campfire pit, and picnic table. Most sites are semi-private and are separated by natural foliage including large conifers. A few sites are joined for those who are camping as a group. Four large sites near the lookout are pull-throughs. The parking area also serves as over flow for oversized units (please call the campground to inquire about availability of overflow sites) and boat trailers. The playground is popular for all ages. The picnic shelter has power, and can be rented for events such as birthdays. There are coin-op showers (renovated in 2018)
and laundry. Firewood and potable water available.
The Village of Consort Campground is conveniently located right in town off of our Sportsgrounds. We have 8 full service sites and 2 partially serviced sites, a group tent area as well as field camping in the Sportsgrounds. Consort offers a a variety of recreational opportunities including the following: Outdoor Swimming pool (playground/Volleyball/badminton courts/park), Consort Sportex (bowling alley (glow bowling & licensed bar), Funex ( arcade games, ping pong, pickleball), Consort Sportsgrounds (3 ball diamonds/ playground/bunnock courts, soccer field/concession/bathrooms) 9 hole Golf course located just outside of town. Consort has 2 grocery stores, a pharmacy, 5 restaurants, gas station/convenience store.
Box 200, Bonanza, Alberta T0H0K0, Bonanza, ALBERTA
The portion of the River at Cotillion offers the same spectacular view that impressed Alexander MacKenzie in 1973 as he paddled upriver searching for the route to the Pacific Ocean. Rugged sandstone cliffs weathered into intriguing hoodoo formations; undisturbed parkland forests sheltering moose, deer, black bear, beaver and bald eagles.
There are two parks at Crane Lake, each with its own unique attractions. PARK office located in West Park with firewood sales. East campers must launch on WEST side, (launch closed, east beach has with designated swimming area, newer playground, non-potable water, fish- cleaning stand, and wheelchair accessible outhouses. All campsites in the East area are non-power, and generators can be operated from 7:00AM to 11:00PM; .some sites are very open for group camping. (Gazebo to be built in 2020) In the West Park, amenities include 30-amp power, boat launch, and beach with designated swimming area, fish cleaning stand, non-potable water, and wheelchair accessible outhouses. A few are open enough to be considered double sites.
64002 Range Road 444, Alberta, Bonnyville, ALBERTA
There are two parks in the Crane Lake Park, each with its own unique attractions. PARK office located in West Park, (Site 20) with firewood sales. West park, amenities include a boat launch, beach with designated swimming area, fish cleaning stand, picnic shelter, non-potable water, and wheelchair accessible outhouses. Each individual campsite in the West campground has 30-amp power, fire pit and table; only a few are open enough to be considered double sites. ** In the East Park, *No Power*, amenities include beach with designated swimming area, newer playground, picnic shelter, non-potable water, fish- cleaning stand, and wheelchair accessible outhouses. (Some group sites)
The Delia Community Campground is located next to the Delia Arena on 1st Avenue NE. Camp on the peaceful outskirts of the Village of Delia with a beautiful view of the Handhills. Enjoy our playground equipment, picnic shelter, and onsite RV sewage disposal. There are 16 serviced sites available with 30A power and water, including picnic tables and firepits. Firewood can be purchased at the Highland Market at the south end of Main Street. Through the month of October and until May, the campground remains open but there will be no water to individual sites. Onboard water fillup for winter campers will be avaiable at back of the Delia Arena.
This is a well-kept park with 11 individual campsites, which all have a view of the lakefront. Despite the park’s small footprint, it offers a nice sized playground and picnic shelter as well as hand-pump water, fish cleaning stand, boat launch, dock, firewood, and horseshoe pits.
Located 4 km west & 8 km north of the Hamlet of Ashmont in a naturally wooded area abutting the south shore. The park is maintained and groomed in the most meticulous fashion to ensure its natural beauty. There's a large beautiful beach with Beach Volleyball. Sites are all secluded. You can click here for the County of St. Paul website for more details.
Relax and discover this hidden gem camping spot! Tucked away close to town, the Grande Cache Municipal Campground is fully-serviced and within walking distance of several amenities including to baseball diamonds, a BMX track and Grande Cache Golf & Country Club; an excellent local course known for its stunning scenery.
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We are a family oriented environment, with several "park-like" settings for children to play. We have a shower house and laundry facility, outdoor movie theater, 9 hole mini-golf, beach volleyball court, horseshoe pits, dumping station, on-site food trailer (Evergreen Eatery) and within walking distance of Pigeon Lake & the public boat launch.
The Hythe Municipal Campground has a good reputation with visitors along the Alaska Highway corridor. It provides visitors with 11 Power only sites and 10 Power, Sewer, Water Service Sites (Back ins), Tenting /Overflow area available on non-powered sites. Cook house, washrooms/showers, Firepits. Free WIFI.
Sewer Dump station. Water Fill up station.
PSW 7-56-9-W4 56127 Range Road 100 , St Paul, ALBERTA
This naturally sheltered spot offers the ultimate for the family camper. All amenities are closely nestled together. Enjoy your camp stall while watching the children on the playground on the spacious beach area. The Day-use area is complimented by a large Gazebo for your picnicking comfort. The gazebo can be rented for your group events. This park is located on the north end of Lac Bellevue.