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15 Campgrounds with Pools in Alberta: Plan a Splashing Good Time!

Stirling community pool

Alberta isn’t really known for it’s outdoor pools. Our season is pretty short for them. Which makes Alberta campgrounds with a pool that much more special to find. We’ve scoured the internet and camping forums to create this list for you. In alphabetical order (because why not?), here are all the non-seasonal campground pools we know of!

Rates were current in June, 2023. We try to update this annually – if you find anything inaccurate please let us know!

Aspen Crossing Campground

  • Location: Mossleigh
  • Pool Facilities: Sunrise Lagoon
  • Rates: $25-60/night

Aim for the Meinerz Loop with both playgrounds when staying at Aspen Crossing Campground. Enjoy the beach at Sunrise Lagoon on the other side of the tracks. Be sure to book a train ride while you’re here – this campground also operates the famous “Polar Express” each Christmas season!

Find them online at Aspen Crossing Campground.

Diamond Valley Municipal Campground

  • Location: Diamond Valley/Turner Valley
  • Pool Facilities: Community pool and spray park are at the entrance to the campground
  • Rates: $30-35/night

A great home-base for exploring Kananaskis, Diamond Valley is a small campground (18 sites!) with the community pool and splash park right at the entrance! How convenient! Be sure to visit the Turner Valley Gas Plant while you visit.

Find them online at Diamond Valley Municipal Campground.

Dinosaur Trail RV Resort

  • Location: Drumheller
  • Pool Facilities: Outdoor swimming pool
  • Rates: $45-$315 (cabin)

Dinosaur Trail RV Resort, nestled in the scenic Drumheller Valley, offers a fun-filled camping experience for families. Take a dip in their outdoor swimming pool or hang out at one of two playgrounds!

Find them online at Dinosaur Trail RV Resort, Facebook, and Instagram. Book online here.

Half Moon Lake Resort

Half Moon Lake Resort pool
  • Location: Sherwood Park
  • Pool Facilities: Heated outdoor pool
  • Rates: $60-65/night

With a beach and heated pool your desire for swimming is covered at Half Moon Lake Resort. Also available are mini-golf, volleyball, pickleball, basketball, two playgrounds, and a jumping pillow!

Find them online at Half Moon Lake Resort, Facebook, and Instagram.

Lakeview Campground

Location: Lac Ste Anne

Pool Facilities: Under construction

Rates: $60/night

This developing campground north of Edmonton offers a mix of seasonal and nightly sites. Their pool is under construction in 2023, but the awesome playgrounds (four!!!), jumping pillow, slip and slide, mini golf, and regular events and food truck visits are up and running.

Find them online at Lakeview Campground, and Facebook.

Lethbridge KOA

  • Location: Lethbridge
  • Pool Facilities: Heated outdoor pool
  • Rates: $47-81+/night

Two “resort” campground experiences in one – get the KOA experience combined with Summerhill Resorts! In addition to the pool, there’s two playgrounds, a fenced off-leash dog area, library, and more, with easy access to Indian Battle Park (featuring Helen Schuler Nature Centre and Fort Whoop-Up).

Find them online at Lethbridge KOA, Facebook, and on Instagram. Make reservations here.

Lindbrook Stargazer Campground & RV Park

Lindbrook Stargazer Campground playground and pool
  • Location: Tofield
  • Pool Facilities: Heated outdoor pool
  • Rates: $35-50/night

Just 30 minutes from Edmonton, Lindbrook Stargazer has powered sites, city water, showers, heated pool, playground, on site security, sani dump and well treed, private sites.

Find them online at Lindbrook Stargazer Campground, and on Facebook.

Lost Lemon Campground

  • Location: Blairmore
  • Pool Facilities: Heated outdoor pool
  • Rates: $33-60+/night

Free wifi, a pool, small playground, and mountains! This cozy campground is in the heart of Crowsnest Pass. Some recreation equipment is available for free in the office (horseshoes for sure, the website isn’t clear on more). Reservations are best made over the phone.

Find them online at Lost Lemon Campground.

Rustic River Resort

  • Location: Rocky Mountain House
  • Pool Facilities: Outdoor pool with floating playground
  • Rates: $57/night

I’ve heard rumors there’s an extra fee to use the pool, but I can’t find anything on their website to confirm this. A mix of nightly and seasonal, sites are well treed. Besides the pool, there’s a little free library, disc golf, pond for canoeing and SUP, playground, and more.

Find them online at Rustic River Resort, on Facebook, and Instagram.

Shoreline Camping and Fishing Resort

  • Location: Boyle
  • Pool Facilities: outdoor pool
  • Rates: not listed

It’s hard to find anything online about this campground that has been updated recently. You need to call to make a reservation. The resort caters to both seasonal and nightly campers and appears to have a number of amenities.

Find them online at Shoreline Shores Resort.

Sterling Campground & Reunion Square

Stirling community pool
  • Location: Village of Sterling
  • Pool Facilities: Heated outdoor pool
  • Rates: $15-30/night

On one town block you’ll find this campground with 10 sites, TWO playgrounds, two baseball diamonds, an outdoor gym, and a swimming pool with water slide. And you can’t beat that price! Call the town office to book. (P.S. Did you know the entire town is a National Historic Site?)

Find them online at Stirling Campground.

Tall Timber RV Leisure Park

  • Location: Sundre
  • Pool Facilities: Indoor pool and hot tub (extra fee)
  • Rates: $45-50/night (no tents)

A mix of seasonal and nightly campers on the edge of a beautiful trailer park, this campground is close to town and features 2 nice playgrounds, bocce court, horseshoe pits, baseball diamond, disc golf, pickleball, and free hot showers.

Find them online at Tall Timbers, and on Facebook.

Village of Carbon Main Campground

  • Location: Village of Carbon west of Drumheller
  • Pool Facilities: The community Centennial Swimming Pool is next to the campground
  • Rates: $27-45/night

Looking for somewhere to stay near Drumheller with a pool without spending Dinosaur Trail RV prices or satisfy a train-obsessed kid but not ready for the full Aspen Crossing experience? This classic Alberta village has you covered! Be sure to check out the Carbon Caboose, miniature railroad, and Farmers Market Exchange while you’re in town.

Find them online at Camping in Carbon and on Facebook.

Whispering Spruce RV Resort

  • Location: Pigeon Lake
  • Pool Facilities: Heated outdoor swimming pool with slide
  • Rates: $30-41/night

Next to Dorchester Ranch Golf Course, this campground has plenty of amenities to keep you entertained when you aren’t at the beach (and the pool means you don’t need to worry about swimmer’s itch!). Keep the kids amused with two playgrounds, animals, frisbee golf, and a concession with Foothills ice cream (plus more!).

Find them online at Whispering Spruce RV Resort, Facebook, and Instagram.

Wilderness Village Resort

  • Location: Rocky Mountain House
  • Pool Facilities: 2 heated pools, 3 hot tubs, and a splash park
  • Rates: $95/night

This impressive member-owned RV resort allows the public to book sites! With an incredible playground, BMX track, weekly pancake breakfast, library, arcade, fenced off-leash dog area, petting zoo, two pools, a splash park and THREE hot tubs it’s a great destination!

Find them online at Wilderness Village Resort.

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