Campground Description

Located 12 km east off of Highway 28 (just before the Town of Bonnyville) on Township Road 610 and six km south on Range Road 452 (watch for signs). Ninety-three individual sites: 54 with power, 39 non-power. Two non-power group areas, two ball diamonds, playground, two beach volleyball courts, soccer, horseshoes, ladder ball, 13 km trail network for hiking/biking and cross-country skiing, running water, barrier-free accessibility in washrooms and showers, trailer dumping station, and firewood for sale. Concession and new outhouses. Excellent birdwatching area, with a variety of wildlife. Fabulous family camping.

Local Attractions

Muriel Lake is the closest M.D. park to Bonnyville. It is a large park covering almost 600 acres. Due to low water levels in the lake, there is a large beach area that is popular for horseback riding and quadding right around the lake. The M.D. has developed nearly 15 kilometres of mapped and signed hiking/biking trails. There are also a number of other sports opportunities in the park including two baseball diamonds, two playgrounds, two beach volleyball courts, a small soccer field with club-sized nets, and horseshoe pits.

Location

Campground Amenities

  • Firepit (Campsites)
  • Firepit (Common)
  • Firewood (Charge)
  • Flush Toilets
  • Garbage Cans and Recycling Bins
  • Group Camping
  • Parking Lot
  • Pet Friendly
  • Picnic Tables
  • Sani Station
  • Seasonal Sites
  • Showers
  • Tap Water
  • Water Pump

Campground Services

  • Convenience Store
  • Laundromat

Campsite Types

  • Pull Through Sites
  • 30 Amp Hookup
  • Powered RV sites
  • RV (60+ feet)
  • RV (<30 feet)
  • RV (<50 feet)
  • Tent

Leisure

  • Beach
  • Beach Volleyball
  • Boating
  • Cycling trails
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking and Canoeing
  • Playground

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Abdul

Jul 13, 2020 by Abdelilah Sanad
The park Managers are amazing 5* friendly and helpful, kept the park well maintained and a pleasure to visit n stay there

Shower House

Jul 10, 2019 by Anonymous
Campground was great ! Visited shower house twice at different times and ladies shower always ran out of hot water after 2 pushes of the timer . Would like to see that repaired .

Rules and Regulations for Visitors:

 

To ensure your stay with us is as enjoyable as possible, the Municipal District of Bonnyville has established several guidelines to ensure safe and responsible camping.

•No person shall interfere with the rights of others to the quiet and peaceful enjoyment of the park.  Please also refrain from running your generators continuously throughout the day. There will be zero tolerance for excessive noise from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m.  Please respect your fellow campers.

• The campground shower house is open 24 hours. Registered campers will be provided with an entrance code.

• The swimming and playground areas are NOT supervised. Use at your own risk.

• Secure all valuables. The M.D. of Bonnyville is not responsible for any loss or damage of personal or private property.

• All dogs must be leashed AT ALL TIMES. Dogs are not allowed on the beach AT ANY TIME. Cleaning up after your pets is mandatory.

• Only motor vehicles licensed for highway usage may be operated within the campground. ATVs are prohibited.

• Park guests are expected to maintain clean sites.  Please use the designated garbage bins for waste - not the fire pits. Campsites left in an unacceptable condition may result in a fine of $250.

• Alcohol is not allowed off of your assigned campsite at any time.

• Fireworks are prohibited in all M.D. Parks.

 

Cancellation Policy

In the event that you have to cancel your reservation, please provide at least 72 hours notice, prior to your expected check-in. One night’s stay will be deducted from your camping fees. Failure to notify the park caretaker 72 hours prior to check-in will result in the loss of your entire camping fee.  To read our Campground Operations Bylaw, please visit: www.md.bonnyville.ab.ca/304/Municipal-Owned

 

M.D. CAMPGROUND REGULATIONS DURING COVID-19

As we move into the second stage of resuming business in Alberta, and in order to keep our campers and staff safe and healthy as possible during the global pandemic, there have been a number of changes to our campground regulations.

Following Province of Alberta guidelines, as of June 19, 2020, all Municipal District of Bonnyville owned/operated campgrounds will be implementing changes based around Phase II. This includes opening up group areas, tent sites, washrooms/outhouses, fish cleaning stands, picnic shelters, beaches, and day use areas. Playgrounds were reopened in May. All of these facilities are “use at your own risk”. Washrooms and outhouses will be sanitized or cleaned as per provincial guidelines.

Campers will be responsible for their own water and sewer services. Our caretakers will have a list of contractors who will be able to fill up your water tanks and pump out your grey water.

  • If you aren’t feeling well, please stay home.
  • Group camping sites will be available to reserve. When booking, please keep in mind the need to continue to practice social distancing (six feet or two metres apart).
  • Campers are encouraged to bring their own hand sanitizer.
  • Site-to-site visits are discouraged, unless the site is occupied by immediate family members or cohort family as recommended by the Alberta Chief Medical Officer of Health.
  • M.D. firewood sales will be available. Only credit or debit will be accepted as payment.
  • M.D. campgrounds will not be accepting cash or cheques until further notice.


As always, it is up to you, our visitors, to camp responsibly during this time of COVID-19. You must maintain a social distance of at least six feet at all times, including when gathering outside in groups larger than 100 people. Please remember to wash or sanitize your hands frequently.

The above are based on provincial guidelines, and the M.D. appreciates the cooperation of our campers in following these regulations. Failure to do so, could result in your expulsion from the campground.

Updates to these regulations will be communicated through our website and our Facebook page.

M.D. CAMPGROUND REGULATIONS DURING COVID-19

As we move into the second stage of resuming business in Alberta, and in order to keep our campers and staff safe and healthy as possible during the global pandemic, there have been a number of changes to our campground regulations.

Following Province of Alberta guidelines, as of June 19, 2020, all Municipal District of Bonnyville owned/operated campgrounds will be implementing changes based around Phase II. This includes opening up group areas, tent sites, washrooms/outhouses, fish cleaning stands, picnic shelters, beaches, and day use areas. Playgrounds were reopened in May. All of these facilities are “use at your own risk”. Washrooms and outhouses will be sanitized or cleaned as per provincial guidelines.

Campers will be responsible for their own water and sewer services. Our caretakers will have a list of contractors who will be able to fill up your water tanks and pump out your grey water.

  • If you aren’t feeling well, please stay home.
  • Group camping sites will be available to reserve. When booking, please keep in mind the need to continue to practice social distancing (six feet or two metres apart).
  • Campers are encouraged to bring their own hand sanitizer.
  • Site-to-site visits are discouraged, unless the site is occupied by immediate family members or cohort family as recommended by the Alberta Chief Medical Officer of Health.
  • M.D. firewood sales will be available. Only credit or debit will be accepted as payment.
  • M.D. campgrounds will not be accepting cash or cheques until further notice.


As always, it is up to you, our visitors, to camp responsibly during this time of COVID-19. You must maintain a social distance of at least six feet at all times, including when gathering outside in groups larger than 100 people. Please remember to wash or sanitize your hands frequently.

The above are based on provincial guidelines, and the M.D. appreciates the cooperation of our campers in following these regulations. Failure to do so, could result in your expulsion from the campground.

Updates to these regulations will be communicated through our website and our Facebook page.

No refunds for inclement weather, late arrivals or early departures.


Modifications are subject to a CDN$5.00 (five) fee.


The management reserves the right to deny access or terminate the stay of those guests whose behaviour is deemed unsuitable. No refunds will be offered.

 

Total silence must be respected between 11 p.m. until 7 a.m.

 Bookings are nominative and non-transferable.

 

 

 The price paid for this campsite is for one unit only.  If additional units are placed in the same campsite, an additional fee for each additional unit is due to the campground upon arrival.  There are no exceptions.

 

Arrivals: From 2:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m.

Departures: Before 12:00 p.m.