Camping season is coming! If you are a camper or want to try it this summer, now is the time to start planning. Though April may seem like it’s early to get booking campsites you will find that many fill up very quickly in advance. The Alberta Mamas love to camp, well, most of us. During May, June, July, August and sometimes September you will find us trekking around Alberta with our families in tow in the great outdoors.
It can be difficult to choose a campsite. Common questions like “are there flush toilets?” “is the lake swimmable?” “do they have activities for kids?” “can I get a site with power?” and “what do the sites actually look like?” come to mind. We’ve compiled a list of campsites in Alberta that we have personally reviewed to make things easier for you!
Alberta Campsite Reviews
North Buck Lake Campground & Provincial Recreation Area by Boyle
Jarvis Bay Campground & Provincial Park on Sylvan Lake
Wabamun Campground & Provincial Park on Lake Wabamun
Pigeon Lake Campground & Provincial Park on Pigeon Lake
Marten River Campground at Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park
Red Lodge Campground & Provincial Park near Bowden
Rochon Sands Campground & Provincial Park on Buffalo Lake
Willey West Campground near Drayton Valley
Long Lake Campground & Provincial Park on Long Lake
Garner Lake Campground & Provincial Park on Garner Lake
Heritage Camping at Rocky Mountain House National Historic Park
Click here for a round up post of some of our Favourite campgrounds in Alberta
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We are always on the hunt for new Alberta Campsites to explore, so please share your favourites with us! If you would like to write a review on an Alberta Campground please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kim Ouellette is a Co-Founder of Alberta Mamas and an Edmonton Realtor with Schmidt Realty Group. She is a wife, mom, daughter, friend and adventure seeker who loves to explore Alberta and beyond. Connect with her at email@example.com