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CAMPING

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


Tanasiuk (Rock Island Lake Campground)

located on HWY 813 approximately 35k north of Calling Lake. It offers 51 unserviced wooded sites, a boat launch, a walking trail, and firewood for sale during summer months. $15/night per site. No change given. First come first serve (no reservations available), no potable water. Campers may pre-order wood at $5 for 10 pieces by following directions at the registration Read more […]

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Address:
Unnamed Road Slave Lake, Alberta

Phone: 1-855-953-3358.


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


Elks Beach

Elks Beach at Lac la Nonne provides many amenities for the rough outdoorsman or the luxury camper. Site sizes range to accommodate everything from tents to large RVs. An abundance of water sports, such as fishing, swimming, and boating, are available! General Information Firewood and fire pits Group Camping Pets on leash allowed Boat launch Restrooms Showers Tenting available Waste Read more […]

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Address:
57502 Rge Rd 31 Glenevis, Alberta

Phone: (780) 674-3331


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


Gunn Campground

Close to amenities like sani-dump, general store, car wash, lake for boating, fishing, swimming, propane, restaurant, etc. Group sites are also available. General Information Total campsites: 15 Unserviced campsites available Power and water campsties available Power water and sewer campsites available 30 amp. service available Tables provided at campsites Firewood available on or near campground Showers available Tap water available Read more […]

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Address:
4101 46 St Gunn, Alberta

Phone: 780-221-8306


Calling Lake Provincial Park

Open early May through Thanksgiving weekend offering overnight camping for tents and trailers. Bathrooms have flush toilets and sinks with non-potable running water (no showers). The park also has lake access including a boat launch and beach within walking distance with designated swimming area. New stalls were put in during 2012 for a total of 81 sites, all with  power Read more […]

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Address:
Unnamed Road Calling Lake, Alberta

Phone: 1-877-537-2757


Chrystina Lake

located 15 km northeast of the town of Swan Hills, is a small campground, with eight sites. With ATV trails nearby and a boat launch for canoeing, this primitive campground is sure to bring out the outdoorsman in you. Reservations are not accepted. General Information 8 campsites. Boat launch Open May to September No water well or power Day use Read more […]

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Address:
Swan Hills Slave Lake, Alberta

Phone: (780) 333-4477


Lessard Lake Public Campground

Situated in a scenic area by Lessard Lake with public beach, many outdoor activities & public camping.

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Address:
South of Hwy 43 on Hwy 765, West at Lessard Lake Estates, Box 219 Sangudo, Alberta

Phone: (780) 284-3643


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


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