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Making Campground Reservations in Alberta
Alberta Campgrounds can be reserved by a few different ways.
There are 2 campsite reservations services in effect for Alberta’s provincial campgrounds.
www.Reserve.AlbertaParks.ca is a centralized online reservation system which can be accessed 90 days prior to your arrival at the campground. You must first set up a user account. Or you may phone 1-877-537-2757 for reservation beginning the first business day in May. A non-refundable $10 deposit is required to confirm your reservation however full payment is required when you are making your reservation. You will only be allowed to reserve 4 sites at a time; however you can do this as many times as you need. Group reservations are not available on line. Should you need to change a campsite reservation, there will be a $3 charge. You are only permitted to book one trailer/tent per site at the time of reservation; however some campgrounds will allow a second unit for an additional charge. Check with the campground directly.
Reservations are held until 2pm on the 2nd day of your reservation. After that, the site will be released for resale. “No show” campers forfeit the first and second night camping fees plus the $10 non refundable deposit.
Cancellations made more than 24 hours before 2pm of the scheduled arrival date will be refunded their full amount, less the $10 deposit.
Here is a list of the Alberta Provincial Campgrounds which are reservable by using the Reserve-a-Site program.
Bow Valley Campground
Cross Lake Provincial Park
Beaver Lake Campground (Cypress Hills)
Elkwater Campground (Cypress Hills)
Ferguson Hills Campground (Cypress Hill)
Firerock Campground (Cypress Hills)
Lakeview Campground (Cypress Hills)
Lodgepole Campground(Cypress Hills)
Old Baldy Campground(Cypress Hills)
Dinosaur Provincial Park
Dunvegan Provincial Park
Franchere Bay Provincial Rec. Area.
Jarvis Bay Provincial Park
Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park
Long Lake Provincial Park
McLean Creek Provincial Rec. Area
Miquelon Lake Provincial Park
Moose Lake Provincial Park
Pembina River Provincial Park
Button Creek Campground(Peter Lougheed)
Saskatoon Island Provincial Park
Tillebrook Provincial Park
Gregg Lake Campground (William A. Switzer)
Writing on Stone Provincial Park
Young’s Point Provincial Park
Alberta’s Private Campgrounds
There are hundreds of privately owned campgrounds in Alberta. Each campground has a different reservation contact. To learn how to make a reservation for Alberta’s private campgrounds, refer to our detailed campground pages to learn how to contact each individual campground.