Provincial and National Park campsites are hot ticket items this summer, but if you didn’t score a reservation, that doesn’t mean an end to your campervan trip. Private campsites across the province offer great amenities along with locations that still provide easy access to outdoor adventure and that much needed break. Check out one of these private campground options in Alberta.
Spring Creek RV
Didn’t snag a coveted campsite in Banff National Park? Explore the park as you camp nearby at Spring Creek RV. Located right in Canmore, it offers 80 RV sites and all the amenities you’d want.
Also located in Canmore, there’s no competing for reservations at the Wapiti Campground, with all of their RV sites offered as first-come, first-served. Just off the Bow Valley Trail, it provides quick access to Banff National Park and all that Canmore has to offer.
Just 15 minutes from the entrance to Jasper National Park, camp in the meadow at the Hinton KOA. With full amenities and even a dog park, it’s a great basecamp for adventure.
With large, treed sites and plenty of amenities, Jasper Gates is located at the base of Folding Mountain in the Rocky Mountains, not for from Jasper National Park and all that the area has to offer.
Cougar Creek Cabins & RV
Day trip into Jasper National Park, and spend your evenings camped at Cougar Creek Cabins & RV. They’re open year-round for outdoor adventure in any season.
Rustic River Resort
Clearwater County, AB
Rustic River Resort is located on the North Saskatchewan River, in the Rocky Mountain House Area. A large, peaceful property, there are lots of opportunities to go fishing, boating, and swimming in the river.
Wilderness Village Campground Resort
Rocky Mountain House, AB
Adjacent to Crimson Lake Provincial Park, Wilderness Village Campground Resort is a true retreat. You can even take a trail ride through a Provincial forest and wildlife sanctuary.
Crooked Creek Campground
Waterton Park, AB
Just east of the Waterton National Park gates, Crooked Creek Campground offers both serviced and non-serviced sites, and a scenic creekside setting.
In the heart of the Canadian Rockies, Sundance Lodges promises to be a unique and rustic camping experience. Unserviced campsites are forested, quiet, close to outdoor activities.
Mount Kidd RV Park
Year-round Kananaskis camping is available at the popular Mount Kidd RV Park. The large campground offers both serviced and unserviced sites, and is just minutes away from tons of great hikes and trails in the Kananaskis area.
Happy Camping! We hope this guide helps you find your basecamp for adventure. Don’t forget to share your travels with us on social media using #GoodCamping and tagging @KarmaCampervans.