CAMPING

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CAMPING

Whether you prefer a tent, recreational vehicle, or a rustic cabin, if you’re looking to do some camping Wild Alberta has your perfect accommodation.  Experience what it means to truly rough it in one of Wild Alberta’s Provincial Parks or private campgrounds. Or, escape the city in luxury and set up your RV in one of the area’s many accommodation parks and relax under the stars. Take a load off around the crackling campfire and prepare to be impressed by the rustic wilderness experience Wild Alberta has to offer. Join us in summer months May through October and booked your campsite to truly enjoy Wild Alberta!

Paddle River Dam Campground

This campground is situated on the Paddle River Dam. The camping facilities are “First come, First serve”. No hookups, no power. It is a great location for hiking, fishing, boating, canoeing, photography, and wildlife watching.

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Address:
South of Hwy 43 at Range Road 80 Paddle River Dam, Alberta

Phone: 780-785-3411 alt 1-866-880-5722


Memory Lane Camp Ground and RV Park

Play, stroll, cast a line…take a relaxing break at Memory Lane Camp Ground and RV Park. With space for tents and RV’s alike you’ll find your next favourite camp site right here.

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Address:
Range Rd 13 Onoway, Alberta

Phone: (780) 995-5555


Freeman Lake Recreation Area

Situated only a short 22 km from the town of Swan Hills, Freeman Lake Recreation Area defines outdoor relaxation. With six sites, a day use area, and group camping available, Freeman Lake has something for any number of campers for any number of days. An all-wheel drive is recommended to access the campground if prolonged rain has fallen in the read more

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Address:
Unnamed Road Swan Hills, Alberta

Phone: (780) 333-4477


Eagle River Tourism RV Park

This Tourism RV Park sets itself apart with a new 2800 sq.ft. First Nation Cultural Center with First Nation artifacts, art, traditional beading, concession, classes and guided historic tours available for guests. Daily, weekly, monthly, seasonal and annual rates available. General Information picnic tables firepits tenting area playground dog run area graveled pads wifi water sanitation dump 30 to 50 read more

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Address:
AB-32 Lone Pine, Alberta

Phone: ​1-587-773-2497


Freeman River Campground

For a true stay in nature’s backyard, Freeman River Campground is the place for you. Ten primitive sites allow the camper to truly experience nature’s beauty. With canoeing and fishing permitted on the nearby Freeman River, this campground promises to be a perfect escape into relaxation. ATV trails are also nearby for your enjoyment. Sorry, we do not accept reservations. read more

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Address:
AB-32 Swan Hills, Alberta

Phone: (780) 333-4477


Kacikewan Campground and Cabins

The name “Kacikewin” (pronounced KA TSEEK A WIN) is the Cree word for hideaway. Open May through September; we offer quiet family camping for seasonal and overnight use. Enjoy the natural sandy beach, horseshoe pits, beach volleyball or just relax on the porch with an ice cream. One large fully furnished family cabin is available to rent nightly (May, June read more

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Address:
1 St Alberta Beach, Alberta

Phone: (780) 924 3018


Klondike Ferry Park

The Klondike Ferry Park is situated next to one of the last running ferries in Alberta, the Klondike Ferry. A historical treasure, this campground provides access to this landmark and also a great stay in the outdoors. Ten campsites are available, with outhouses, a water well, and a sheltered cookhouse in the campground. Various hiking and biking trails are located read more

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Address:
AB-661 Vega, Alberta

Phone: (780) 674-3331


Horse Creek Ranch

An Alberta guest ranch and campground and can be found 10 km. east of the historic community of Fort Assiniboine. It is nestled between the beautiful Sandhills Wildland Park and the meandering Athabasca River. Apart from horse back riding, there are other popular activities to participate in throughout the season such as flower and berry picking (in season), hiking, swimming read more

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Address:
Township Rd 620A Fort Assiniboine, Alberta

Phone: 1-888-699-6099


Holmes Crossing Recreation Area

Holmes Crossing Recreation Area contains fifteen campsites directly adjacent to the Holmes Crossing Ecological Reserve (historical area). Examine this natural wonder, as well as natural water springs accessible via walking trails while camping here. General Information 15 campsites with trees. The historical area Holmes Crossing Ecological Reserve is very close nearby. Central cooking shelter Outhouses Sheltered picnic sites Spa / read more

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Address:
Range Rd 55A Camp Creek, Alberta

Phone: (780) 674-3331


Trout Lake Campground (The Narrows)

non-serviced and located immediately after a small bridge that crosses the Narrows between the communities of Peerless Lake and Trout Lake. A small boat can access both Peerless Lake and Graham Lake from the boat launch. The camping area is an open grassy field offering plenty of space for picnicking and play and also great for group camping. Fire rings read more

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Address:
AB-686 Slave Lake, Alberta

Phone: 1-888-891-3778