Campgrounds in Alberta

There are over 1,000 campgrounds in Alberta, ranging from primitive sites to full-hookup RV parks. Many of the campgrounds offer beautiful scenery and plenty of amenities, such as showers, laundry facilities, and fire pits. There are also plenty of hiking trails and other outdoor activities available in Alberta's campgrounds. Whether you're looking for a rustic camping experience or a more luxurious one, Alberta has something to offer.

Campgrounds in Alberta
  • Abraham Lake is a man-made lake in Alberta, Canada, known for its turquoise waters and surrounding mountains. It is a popular camping spot for visitors to enjoy the stunning scenery.
  • A scenic beach park in Alberta, Canada offering camping, swimming, fishing, and beach activities.
  • Banff National Park is a stunning mountain park in Alberta, Canada, featuring vast alpine forests, glacial lakes and majestic peaks.
  • Beaver Lake is a scenic campground in central Alberta, featuring fishing, boating, swimming, and hiking trails.
  • Bragg Creek Provincial Park is a scenic park in Alberta, Canada, offering camping, hiking, biking, and fishing opportunities.
  • Castle Provincial Park is a scenic park in Alberta, Canada, featuring expansive views of the Rocky Mountains and foothills.
  • Crimson Lake Provincial Park is a scenic park located in Alberta, Canada, offering a variety of outdoor activities including camping, fishing, swimming, hiking, and canoeing.
  • Campground David Thompson Resort is a family-friendly campground located in Alberta, Canada. It offers RV and tent sites, cabins, a swimming pool, mini golf, and a playground.
  • A family-friendly campground located in Devon, Alberta featuring RV, tent, and cabin sites, plus a playground, basketball court, and mini-golf.
  • Dinosaur Provincial Park is an UNESCO World Heritage Site in Alberta, Canada, featuring striking badlands landscapes, over 40 dinosaur species, and camping sites.