Horseshoe Lake in Rocky Mountain

Free Camping at Horseshoe Lake in Rocky Mountain you will enjoy 17 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive! You will get from there, nice Canoeing service, attractive Fishing facilities, enjoyable Boating facilities, picnicking, Swimming & Great Camping opportunities. Site Description:A large partially treed site surrounding Horseshoe Lake. Heavy use […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On April 23, 2011
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Free Camping at Horseshoe Lake in Rocky Mountain you will enjoy 17 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive! You will get from there, nice Canoeing service, attractive Fishing facilities, enjoyable Boating facilities, picnicking, Swimming & Great Camping opportunities.

Site Description:A large partially treed site surrounding Horseshoe Lake. Heavy use in the summer, including trail bikes and ATV’s. No motor boats permitted.

Driving Directions:Commencing at the Fort Steele Historic Park, proceed north on Hwy 93/95 for 300 metres. Turn right onto the Wardner – Ft. Steele Road. Follow this road for 10.7 km. Turn left onto the Horseshoe Lake Road. The lake is within 500 metres of the turn-off. A road that circles the lake accesses the campsites scattered along the lakeshore.

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