Book a Campground near Didsbury, Alberta
#Wild About Canada
Alberta is a boundless showcase of broad, golden farmlands under bright blue skies, with bordered by rolling foothills in the west and deep river canyons in the east. There are many quiet campgrounds dotted lakes, rivers and marshes of colourful wildlife. In the towns you’ll find friendly people, small museums, and lots of Alberta-made ice-cream! Southern Alberta has an incredible variety of terrain for camping enthusiasts. Perhaps originating from Alberta’s longstanding ranching history (which of course has tied into the world-famous Calgary Stampede), the people here have a strong entrepreneurial spirit, resulting in lots of private camping options.
Rosebud Valley Campground
The Rosebud Valley Campground is owned and operated by the Town of Didsbury. Located on the east side of Didsbury on Highway 582, this quiet, peaceful campground offers daily, weekly and monthly rates. The campground is in close proximity to many great amenities such as the Didsbury Aquatic Centre, which offers a swimming pool, slide, and a hot tub; the Didsbury Golf Course, which offers a pleasing nine holes for all ages; the Didsbury & District Museum; Buy-Low Foods for grocery items, a propane station; and an RV dumping station. Free Internet access is available at the Didsbury Memorial Complex (1702 21 Ave) and the Didsbury Municipal Library (2033 19 Ave).