Spend the night under the stars and wake up with a view of the mountains in one of our 104 sites… just a short walk away from Western Canada’s Largest Outdoor Family Amusement Park! If you are planning a trip that includes Calaway Park, this campground is perfect for you. Located just a few short […]
Located just 3km west of Hanna Alberta the park has modern washrooms with coin-operated, handicap accessible showers. Potable water is available on site and a sewage dump station. Firewood for sale – contact the campground manager. Playground equipment, 2 hours of Wi-Fi is available for free. Additional time is available with a fee. See information […]
Only minutes from Sundre, on the banks of the Little Red Deer River, Westward Ho Family Park offers over 60 acres of year-round outdoor enjoyment. Treed sites, free showers, wheelchair access and 24-hour staff are just a few of the amenities this large park has to offer. With a large list of onsite activities including […]
At the heart of the Peter Lougheed Park is Bolton Creek Campground. This campground offers everything you need for a great camping trip. With easy access to Lower Kananaskis Lake and many hiking and mountain biking trails this is a nature lovers paradise. The campground has all the services you need including a store and […]
On the shores of Gull Lake only 2 hours from both Calgary and Edmonton is Aspen Beach Provincial Park Campground. With two different campgrounds with approximately 600 sites that accommodate a diverse range of campers and offer power, water, sewer; power; non-power and group camping. Aspen Beach Campground includes both Brewers Campground and Lakeview Campground. […]
Right on the shores of Sylvan Lake only 10 minutes from the Town of Sylvan Lake. This campground is one of the few right on the lake. You can enjoy some piece and quite at your campsite or venture into Sylvan Lake to spend time on the beach of in one of the many cafes, […]
On this site on the shore of the Little Red Deer River, an English settler named Mr. Crichley had a craftsman build him a large log home. The logs were painted red, thus Red Lodge became the name of his ranch and later, the name of a small community and the provincial park.