- Find a Campground
- Online reservations at Reserve.AlbertaParks.ca
- First Come-First Served Camping
- We have many front country and backcountry camping options
- Amenities at provincial campgrounds range from full hook-ups (power, water, sewer) to un-serviced
- Check-out time is typically 2:00 p.m.
- Check-in time is typically 4:00 p.m.
Check out our Plan Your Midweek Staycation story for details on camping midweek.
Equipment/People Permitted on a Campsite
- The maximum number of motor vehicles, tents, recreational vehicles and trailers permitted on a campsite is three, of which only two may be used as sleeping quarters. EXCEPTION – when two tents are used as sleeping quarters, two motor vehicles may be permitted.
- The camping fee applies to each accommodation unit on a campsite. EXCEPTION – if the second accommodation unit is a tent and there is only one motor vehicle registered to the site, there is no additional charge for the tent.
- A campsite must be large enough to accommodate the maximum number of allowable units. Depending on a campsite’s design and dimensions, a campground manager may decide that only one camping accommodation unit may be assigned to that campsite. Call the campground direct to find out if a second unit will be permitted upon check-in.
- No more than six people may occupy a campsite unless they are all members of the same family unit.
- Download the Regulations in Alberta’s Provincial Parks & Recreation Areas pamphlet.
|Group Camping Areas
Backcountry campgrounds are accessible by foot, horseback or mountain bike and are normally located a considerable distance from the nearest parking area. There are two types of backcountry camping – “designated” and “random”.
Check our backcountry safety information before you go.
|Designated Backcountry Campgrounds|
|Random Backcountry Camping||