Are you ready for March 4th, 2022?

The best thing you can give your loved ones this year is something to look forward to this upcoming summer… Booking some time away IS that something!


Here are the Top 6 Campgrounds In Alberta, according to Google Reviews:


Rangeton Park

@ Evansburg, Alberta

Rating 4.7/5

  • This a beautiful rustic, scenic, serene, family-friendly campground with firewood included.
  • On the second Friday in June you will find musicians from all over Alberta gathering for the “Annual Farmer’s Day Festival.”
  • $20/night or group site available for $300/night

Boulton Creek Campground

@ 152 km west of Calgary

Rating: 4.7 / 5

  • This large campground has over 120 well-treed sites for RVs and tents
  • There are unserviced, power and water, and walk-in options.
  • There are many amenities and activities available here, including showers, equipment rental, a camper’s store, hiking trails, paved bike paths.
  •  Close access to the Kananaskis Lakes.
  • Prices vary from $20-55/night

Mount Kerkeslin Campground

@ Jasper, Alberta

Rating: 4.8 / 5

  • Contains 42 campsites nicely situated in a mature Spruce and Fir forest.
  • There are both walk-in tent sites and RV sites however better suited towards tenters and very small RV’s.
  • Amenities include picnic tables, public payphone, potable water, dry toilets, sheltered camp kitchen with a wood-burning cook stove, garbage bins, food storage, and fire pits.
  • $25/per night 

Whitehorse Creek Campground

@ 6 km southwest of Cadomin

Rating: 4.7 / 5

  • This campground is situated along scenic Whitehorse Creek, near the confluence of the Whitehorse Creek and McLeod River.
  • There are corrals, hitching rails, and a loading ramp available for equestrian users, reservations are recommended.
  • $15/per night (unserviced)

Cataract Creek Campground

@ 45 km southwest of Longview

Rating: 4.7 / 5

  • This is a large campground found in Cataract Creek Provincial Recreation Area, 45 km southwest of Longview on Hwy. 541 and 12 km south on Forestry Trunk Road.
  • There are over 100 unserviced sites suitable for tents and some RVs.
  • Enjoy hiking in the lodgepole pine forest or try fishing in the creek.
  • $31/per night (unserviced)

Bottrel Store and Campground

@ Cochrane, Alberta

Rating: 4.7 / 5

  • The Bottrel Store and Campground allows day and overnight camping from May 1 – Oct. 31 but does not take reservations; it’s first come, first served.
  • Potable water is available at the general store.
  • There is a spring-fed creek running through the middle of the campground that is full of Brown and Brook Trout.
  • Rates are $15 per night for trailers and $10 for tents.
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