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Enjoy easy access to shops and restaurants by camping in the heart of Blairmore, or immerse yourself in the stunning scenery of Crowsnest Pass at one of our full-service campgrounds with stunning mountain views. Surrounded by Castle Provincial Park in the south and the Livingstone PLUZ to the north there are also many opportunities for back-country camping and access.


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Crowsnest River RV Park

Crowsnest River RV Park is strategically located in the Crowsnest Pass to the east of the Continental Divide, offering a serene location with paramount vistas, within close proximity to Chinook Lake, Emerald Lake, Island Lake, Crowsnest Lake and Summit Lake. Lots are approximately 45 X 80, providing ample space for your RV and your mountain getaway. The RV park offers fully serviced sites with power, potable water and sewer, as well as unserviced sites. Stay with Crowsnest River RV Park…
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Crowsnest Pass Campground

Welcome to the Crowsnest Pass Campground. Surrounded by the Rocky Mountains, this campground’s breathtaking views are sure to make a lasting memory. The family-owned and operated business offers 21 serviced sites (water and 30 amp. power), 10 of which also have sewer. Other services include indoor washrooms, showers, laundry facilities and wireless internet. Located within walking distance of the Crowsnest River and within minutes of historic sites, forest reserve access, and town amenities. It’s also easy to find – right…
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Beauvais Walk-In Tenting Campground

Enjoy these quiet, well-treed sites conveniently located by the lake. The beautiful foothills setting is a perfect spot to watch for birds and even wildlife while fishing or out boating on the lake. If you prefer to stay on land, there are several trails with different levels of difficulty ranging from easy to challenging for hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing and skiing. The walk-in tenting sites are available year-round, but subject to road conditions in winter.
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Sleepy Hollow Campground

Services include trailer court permanent residents, full hook-up and basic camping c/w fire pits, modern washrooms, showers, laundry, cable TV and high speed wireless internet access. Pets are welcome as long as they are leashed and attended. Their location along Pincher Creek helps shelter us from winds coming from the nearby Rocky Mountains and is a primary calling card that sets us apart from other campgrounds in the area.
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Lost Lemon Campground & Cabins

The Lost Lemon Campground offers 46 camping sites with full and partial service (15/30 amp & 50 amp) and can easily accommodate you. You are invited to tow in a trailer, park a motor home or pitch a tent and enjoy the relaxed, friendly, small-town atmosphere. They also offer two fully equipped cabins, however, reservations are recommended for the duration of your stay. Newly renovated RV sites along the hill with 30 and 50 amp power. Also four pull-through sites…
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Chinook Prov. Recreation Area

Stocked trout lake, small beach area with unsupervised swimming, boat ramp for non-propeller boats, x-country ski trail system (35km) located at the campground offers mountain bike and hiking trails with no motorized vehicles allowed. Maps are available and all junctions are identified. Walking Trail around the lake. The Historic Crowsnest Pass offers an 18-hole Golf Course, Bellevue underground mine tour, Frank Slide interpretive centre, Museums, numerous Mountain Climbing hikes in the area.
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Veterans Memorial Campground Pincher Creek

This well-maintained municipally operated campground is ideally located close to all Town amenities. Campers will enjoy the quiet, scenic creek-side location, nearby walkway system and recreational opportunities. The campground is great for cyclists, boaters, motorists, RV’s, visitors passing through or local families needing to get away for a weekend. It boasts a scenic location by the creek and the walkway system and features 18 serviced (electrical) sites, 2 unserviced sites and tenting sites available Flush toilet washrooms and free shower…
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Buffalo Rock Tipi Camp

Tipi camp experience like no other! Located in Southern Alberta alongside the beautiful Oldman River. Offering Tipi camping, special programming, dining, and entertainment. Outdoor learning facilities are open to private groups; offering education & interpretation.
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Racehorse Campground

Camp in the southern Rockies in Racehorse Provincial Recreation Area, 25 km north of Crowsnest on Forestry Trunk Road. Sites are suitable for RVs and tents and are surrounded by open pine forest. Racehorse Creek runs alongside the campground. Go fishing in the creek or hiking on informal trails. Registered campers may off-load and use access roads to travel to nearby OHV trails from their campsites.
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Castleview Campground

Castleview Campground is in Oldman Dam Provincial Recreation Area, 13 km north of Pincher Creek on Hwy. 785. Fully serviced sites are suited to RVs, with power, water, and sewage hookups and privacy partitions. The Oldman River and Reservoir are close by. This is a popular spot for all kinds of water sports. Constant breezes make it an ideal place for sailing and windsurfing.
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Windy Point Campground

Windy Point Campground is in Oldman Dam Provincial Recreation Area, 13 km north of Pincher Creek on Hwy. 785. Open sites along the shores of the Oldman River Reservoir are suited to RVs. A boat launch and pier make it a good choice for campers wanting easy access to the water. This is a popular spot for all kinds of water sports. Constant breezes make it an ideal place for sailing and windsurfing. Please visit the website for the most…
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Cottonwood Campground

Cottonwood Campground is in Oldman Dam Provincial Recreation Area, 13 km north of Pincher Creek on Hwy. 785. Sites are suitable for RVs and tents, with unserviced and powered options. Camp alongside the Oldman River beneath the shade of cottonwood trees. Nearby Oldman River Reservoir is a popular spot for all kinds of water sports. Constant breezes make it an ideal place for sailing and windsurfing.
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Island Campground

This campground is in Island Lake Provincial Recreation Area, 14 km west of Coleman on Hwy. 3. It has about 40 sites that are suited to RVs. It is a convenient stopping point for travellers exploring the Crowsnest Pass area. This campground offers close access to lakes for canoeing, sailing, boating, fishing or windsurfing. Registered campers may also access nearby OHV trails from their campsites.
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Waterton Reservoir Campground

This waterfront campground is in Waterton Reservoir Provincial Recreation Area, 25 km south of Pincher Creek on Hwy. 6 and 25 km east on Hwy. 505. Camp close to the water, where you can swim, paddle, waterski, windsurf, fish and more. A great place to enjoy water activities and a good stopover for those looking to explore the nearby southern Rockies.
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North Fork Campground

North Fork Campground is in Oldman Dam Provincial Recreation Area, 10 km northwest of Pincher Creek on Hwy. 3 and 7 km northeast on Hwy. 510. Open sites along the shores of the Oldman River Reservoir are suited to RVs. A boat launch makes it a good choice for campers wanting easy access to the water. This is a popular spot for all kinds of water sports. Constant breezes make it an ideal place for sailing and windsurfing.
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Oldman River North Campground

This small riverside campground is in Oldman River North Provincial Recreation Area, 40 km north of Crowsnest on Forestry Trunk Road. Sites are suitable for tents and RVs and are surrounded by trees. Go fishing here or access the nearby OHV and snowmobiling trails from your campsite.
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Lynx Creek Campground

Lynx Creek Campground is in Castle Provincial Park, 20 km west of Pincher Creek on Hwy. 507, 16 km south on Hwy. 774 and 15 km west on O’Hagen Road. This peaceful spot offers spacious sites surrounded by trees, with a few by the creek. Take a creekside hike, fish for trout, and explore the southern Rockies. There are OHV trails in the area, though OHVs must be kept on trailers within the recreation area.
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Lundbreck Falls Campground

This scenic campground is in Lundbreck Falls Provincial Recreation Area, 25 km northwest of Pincher Creek off Hwy. 3. Choose from unserviced, powered and walk-in tenting sites along the Crowsnest River. Walk a short trail to the falls, fish for rainbow and cutthroat trout, or take a refreshing swim in the calmer waters.
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Livingstone Falls Campground

Livingstone Falls Campground is in Livingstone Falls Provincial Recreation Area, 60 km north of Crowsnest on Forestry Trunk Road. The spectacular south western Rockies are the backdrop for your camping adventure here. Try fishing in the Livingstone RIver, take a dip in a clear, cold pool, or hike the informal trails with views of the falls.
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Maycroft Campground

Camp along the Cowboy Trail in Maycroft Provincial Recreation Area 3 km west of Lundbreck and 27 km north. This campground is in the open prairie bordering the southern Rockies and has RV and tent-friendly sites along the Oldman River. Fish on the river or discover the wildlands to the north in Bob Creek Provincial Park/Black Creek Heritage Rangelands.
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Dutch Creek Campground

This rustic, riverside campground is located in the Dutch Creek Provincial Recreation Area, 30 km north of Crowsnest on Forestry Trunk Road. There are over 40 sites that are suitable for RVs and tents. Pine and spruce trees provide some shelter and privacy, and many sites back onto the Old Man River. There are beautiful views and lots of wildlife in this area. Registered campers may offload OHVs and travel to nearby trails from their campsites.
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Chinook Campground

This gem of Alberta’s southern Rockies is in Chinook Provincial Recreation Area, 8 km west of Coleman off Hwy. 3. Chinook Campground features over 90 well-treed sites, including RV-friendly and tenting spots with easy access to beautiful Chinook Lake. In summer you can canoe, kayak or swim in the lake and hike or mountain bike on the trails. In winter, enjoy the groomed cross-country ski trails.
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Castle River Bridge Campground

This little campground is along the Castle River in Castle Provincial Park. It is 20 km west of Pincher Creek on Hwy. 507, 16 km south on Hwy. 774 and 1 km west on an access road. Sites are suited to tents and RVs and are located along the river. Here you can fish or hike, and paddlers with advanced moving water experience can play on the river. There are informal OHV trails in the vicinity. Please keep OHVs on…
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Castle Falls Campground

Discover the beauty of Alberta’s southern Rockies from this campground in Castle Provincial Park. It is 20 km west of Pincher Creek on Hwy. 507, 16 km south on Hwy. 774 and 6 km west on an access road. Sites are surrounded by open, mixed forest along the Castle River, with a few sites right along the river. A beautiful spot to swim, fish, or go exploring.
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Beaver Mines Lake Campground

Beaver Mines Campground is found in Castle Provincial Park, 20 km west of Pincher Creek on Hwy. 507, 10 km southwest on Hwy. 774 and 5 km south on an access road. This scenic spot offers sites suitable for RVs and tents. Most are surrounded by trees and some have a beautiful view of the lake.
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Beauvais Lake Campground

Beauvais Lake Campground has a scenic view with well treed sites and is located in Beauvais Lake Provincial Park. Sites are suitable for both RV’s and tents with both basic and powered options. The setting is in the beautiful foothills where you can watch for birds and wildlife while boating or fishing on the lake. If you prefer to stay on land, there are many trails ranging from easy to challenging not only for hiking but mountain biking, snowshoeing and…
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