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Free camping in Alberta? Clay Kessler says if you camp in one of the dozens of provincial recreation sites camping can be free! The rec sites are often found off of back country dirt roads that lead to the non serviced campsites on lakes and rivers with many locations near and within the spectacular Alberta Rockies! Use the search features to view campgrounds near you! Alberta is a province of Canada. With a population of 3,645,257 in 2011 and an estimated population of 4,025,074 in 2013, it is Is Free camping in Alberta? Clay Kessler says if you camp in one of the dozens of provincial recreation sites camping can be free! The rec sites are often found off of back country dirt roads that lead to the non serviced campsites on lakes and rivers with many locations near and within the spectacular Alberta Rockies! Canada's fourth-most populous province and most populous of Canada's three prairie provinces. Alberta and its neighbour to the east, Saskatchewan, were established as provinces on September 1, 1905. Alberta is located in Western Canada, bounded by the provinces of British Columbia to the west and Saskatchewan, the Northwest Territories to the north, and the U.S. state of Montana to the south. Alberta is one of three Canadian provinces and territories to border only a single U.S. state and is also one of only two provinces that are landlocked.

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    Boulton Creek - Peter Lougheed Provincial Park

    Camping at Boulton Creek – Peter Lougheed Provincial Park in Alberta is a recreation site. There are total 83 campsites. You can go to the site an enjoy Camping, Canoeing, Power Boating, Hiking, Fishing, Mount Biking and Wind Surfing opportunities. Amenities: Amphitheatre, Pay Telephone, Picnic Tables, Fire Pits, Firewood, Outhouse, Playground, Flash Toilets, Power, Tap […]

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    Bluerock - Sheep River Provincial Park

    Camping at Bluerock – Sheep River Provincial Park in Alberta is a recreation site. There are total 66 campsites. You can go to the site and enjoy Camping, Skiing, Fishing, Hiking, Horseback Riding and Biking opportunities. Amenities:  Pit/Vault Toilets, Hitching Rails. Site Description: Bluerock – Sheep River Provincial Park conserves the Sheep River valley between the […]

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    Bleriot Ferry Provincial Rec Area

    Bleriot Ferry Recreational Area is located on the Dinosaur Trail in the Red Deer valley approximately 25km north of Drumheller. The campground is named after the nearby Bleriot Ferry that crosses the Red Deer River and is one of the few remaining cable ferries in Alberta. There is no charge to cross over on the […]

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    Bleriot Ferry Provincial Rec Area

    Camping at Bleriot Ferry Provincial Rec Area in Alberta is a family fun site. It has total 28 campsites. You can go the site and enjoy Camping, Canoeing and Fishing opportunities. Amenities: Fire Pits, Picnic Shelter, Picnic Tables, Pit/Vault Toilets, Camp Kitchen, Refuse Containers, Pump Water. Site Description: The campground is named according to nearby […]

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    Blackstone Provincial Rec Area

    Camping at Blackstone Provincial Rec Area in Alberta is a recreation site you can go to the site and enjoy Camping, Fishing, Hiking and spend your whole week with joy. Amenities and Services: Firepits, Firewood Available, Firewood Sold, Picnic Shelter, Pit or Vault Toilets Activities: Camping, Canoeing, Kayaking,Fishing, (Off-site) OHV Riding, (Off-site) Snowmobiling Direction: Start from Edmonton […]

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    Big Knife Campground Provincial Park

    Big Knife Provincial Park is a small provincial park in central Alberta, Canada. It was established in 1962 on the Battle River, at the confluence with the Big Knife Creek and is located between the villages of Donalda andForestburg, 10 km south of highway 53, 88 km from the city of Camrose. Maximum activities in the […]

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    Big Berland Provincial Recreation Area

    Big Berland Provincial Recreation Area is a popular staging area for people going into Willmore Wilderness Park located 8 km west of the Recreation Area. Big Berland campground is located near the Wilmore Wilderness area and is often used as a staging area for horses or backcountry hiking. If you are looking for safe and sound wilderness […]

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    Beaverdam Provincial Rec Area

    This Beaverdam Provincial Recreation area in Alberta is not a free campsite. Free Camping at Beaverdam Lake in British Columbia. View Beaverdam Lake Free Camping. Beaverdam Provincial Recreation Area is a provincial campground situated near Nordegg, AB. Currently it is $20/unit/night.  There is no firewood, but  there is a lovely  pond and creek and clean […]

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    Beaver Mines Lake Rec Area

    Descriptions: Camping at Beaver Mines Lake Rec Area has 97 campsites and recommended you for bottled water for drinking. This recreation site offers you equestrian trails, swimming beach. In the upper loop campsites are less expensive. Directions: Approximately 19 km west of Pincher Creek on Secondary Highway 507, 15 km southwest on Secondary Highway 774, then 5 […]

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    Beaver Lake Provincial Rec Area

    Camping at Beaver Lake Provincial Rec Area is excellent for exceptional sport fishing, exhilarating landscapes and marvelous bird watching. The access road is paved to the campground gate. Amenities: Cook Shelters, Fire-pits, Boat Launch, Fish Tackle Shop, Fish Cleaning Station, Flush Toilets, Hand Launch, Pay Phone, Playground, Pit/Vault Toilets, Pier, Power, Water Tap, Showers, Firewood Sold Activities:  Camping, Swimming, Canoeing, […]

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    Beaver Flats - Elbow Falls Provincial Rec Area

    Camping at Beaver Flats – Elbow Falls Provincial Rec Area recreation site has 55 campsites!! You can go to the site and enjoy marvelous camping, fantastic fishing opportunities also enjoy canoeing,  kayaking. Amenities: Firewood, Pet Friendly (restrictions may apply), Picnic Tables. Activities: Campfire, Fire Rings, Canoeing , Kayaking,Fishing Camping at Beaver Flats – Elbow Falls Provincial […]

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    Beauvais Lake Provincial Park

    Beauvais Lake Provincial Park is a provincial park located west Pincher Creek, Alberta, Canada. The park contains mountain scenery and is also visited for rainbow trout fishing. Beauvais Lake Provincial Park  includes the entire lake and slopes that drain into the lake. Some of the largest Douglas fir in the province is found here. Wildlife species include black & grizzly bears, elk, moose, […]

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    Battle Creek - Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

    Location: Cypress Hills Inter-provincial Park – Alberta is an inter-provincial park straddling the southern Alberta–Saskatchewan border, situated in southeast of Medicine Hat. The park consists of two protected areas west block, and the center block. Campgrounds: 13 (10 campgrounds and 3 group use sites), over 400 sites in the Park. Camping at Battle Creek – Cypress Hills Inter-provincial Park – Alberta is full-services sites, walk in camping areas, […]

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    Aylmer Provincial Recreation Area

    Aylmer Provincial Recreation Area is accessible by both road and river and is often used as a staging area for hiking, mountain biking and equestrian trails in the area. It also provides convenient canoe, kayak and river boat access to the North Saskatchewan River (the boat launch is located across the road from the group […]