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  • Sir Winston Churchill Campground Lac la Biche

    Posted in Camping Areas on Dec 13, 2019

    Sir Winston Churchill Campground is located in Sir Winston Churchill Provincial , located 5 km east of Lac La Biche on Hwy. 881, and 2 km north on Provincial Park Rd. With year-round cabins the islands of this park are open to be explored in summer and winter. Rentals of canoes, kayaks, and stand up paddleboards are available to discover the waters of Lac la Biche. Trails throughout the Old Growth Forest allow campers to hike and bike to all the sandy beaches.

  • Tunnel Mountain Village Banff

    Posted in Camping Areas on Dec 13, 2019

    Tunnel Mountain Village is the largest campground in Alberta, possibly Canada. It consists of three separate campgrounds. Village 1 contains 618 campsites for both RV's and tents. Village 2 contains 188 campsites for both RV's and tents open year round.

  • Carson-Pegasus Campground Whitecourt, AB

    Posted in Camping Areas on Dec 12, 2019

    Carson-Pegasus Campground is located in Carson-Pegasus Provincial Park. From Whitecourt, it is 6 km west on Hwy. 43, 11 km north on Hwy. 32 and 5 east on an access road. This large campground has almost 200 sites, both with and without power. There are lakeside, RV, and tent-only sites, with trees offering privacy, with a playground and beach close by. Enjoy fishing, swimming, hiking, and bird watching, or snowshoeing and ice fishing in winter.

  • Elk Island National Park

    Posted in Camping Areas on Dec 12, 2019

    You don’t have to go home after watching a beautiful sunset at Elk Island National Park. Consider staying overnight at one of our three camping sites with options to stay in a tent, RV, or the backcountry. Nestled in the Astotin Lake Area, the campground is close to the beach, soccer field, playground, golf course and theatre during the months of July and August.

  • Wapiti Campground

    Posted in Camping Areas on Dec 12, 2019

    This is one of the largest campgrounds in Jasper National Park containing 644 campsites. Expect crowds of people here during peak season. Amenities include electricity, hot showers, flush toilets, sani dumps, interpretive programs, camp kitchens and fire pits. Fire wood is available when purchasing a fire permit. Large campgrounds like this are fun to explore with a bicycle. You're also close enough to ride your bike 3kms to Jasper or walk along the Athabasca River.