Alberta Campers Enjoy Busy Victoria Day Long Weekend

Campgrounds across Alberta (Canada) were either full or nearly full throughout the weekend, whether Sundre, Drumheller, the Bow Valley, or other popular destinations. As per a report, Jack Goodall, the site manager of Greenwood Campground on the banks of the Red Deer River in Sundre, said that while his facility was bustling, the town center […]

Alberta Attractions Anticipate Great Season

As May long weekend kicks off the tourism season, Calgary (Alberta, Canada) attractions hope for a successful year.  The three-day weekend also marks the beginning of the tourism season for Calgary-based attractions.  According to a report, after over two years of closures and restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many hope that 2022 will be […]

Devon Lions Campground to Use Solar Grid This Summer

Devon Lions Campground (Alberta, Canada) is turning to sustainable ways to fulfill its power needs this summer. According to a report, the campground has set up a solar grid to offset its high electricity costs and usage throughout the camping season in a sustainable way. Devon Lions Campground is a peaceful, tranquil getaway nestled in […]

This Alberta Man Created a Website to Scan for Last-Minute Camping Spots

Camping season is here, and many Albertans (Canada) are likely to be frantically looking at the Parks Canada website, looking for last-minute camping spots. But an Alberta man is encouraging campers not to give up hope. Dan Thareja created Schnerp.com to detect cancellations on the Parks Canada website as soon as they happen, which is […]

Okotoks Campgrounds Preparing for Busy Season

Camping spots at Okotoks’ campgrounds (Alberta, Canada) are filling up quickly, and there are no signs of slowing down.  As per a report, Riverbend Campground is booked well through the summer, according to Kim Eliuk. “Pretty much all of our weekends are taken, we’re pretty much booked into August,” Eliuk said. “It’s a busy year.” […]

Parks Canada Closes Areas Around Lake Louise for Wildlife Protection

According to Parks Canada, some hiking trails and forested areas around Lake Louise (Alberta, Canada) are being temporarily closed to the public this summer to protect sensitive wildlife corridors. As per a report, the measures, which took effect on Sunday and continued through October 15, have closed the Bow River Loop Trail section extending along […]

Alberta Parks Reminds Selling Campground Reservations is Illegal

Alberta Parks (Canada) is cracking down on those trying to resell camping reservations. According to a report, officials from Alberta Environment and Parks want to remind campers that selling reservations is prohibited and that reservations will be canceled if anyone attempts to resell their campsites. They ask people to report any posts or ads online […]

Camping Season Officially Starts in the County of Grande Prairie

Looking for a local adventure with friends and family? Look no more as the County of Grand Prairie (Alberta, Canada) officially opens camping season.  “Our campgrounds and parks are the perfect places to unwind, relax, explore and have fun,” says Christine Rawlins, Parks and Recreation Manager.  “Whether it’s a day trip, setting up your trailer, […]

Sandy Point Resort & RV Park Sees Expansion with Additional 275 Lots

Sandy Point Resort & RV Park on Gull Lake (Alberta, Canada) has been granted a 275-site campground expansion. Photo courtesy of Sandy Point Resort & RV Park As per a report, the expansion was approved by Lacombe County’s municipal planning committee on Thursday and will double the area to 550 seasonally leased stalls. The developer […]

Waterton Lakes National Park Anticipates a Busy Summer Season

Waterton Lakes National Park (Alberta, Canada) is anticipating another busy summer season, and Parks Canada reminds campers and outdoor enthusiasts to plan ahead before visiting. According to a press release, the network of protected areas administered by Parks Canada is a gateway to nature, history, and 450,000 km² of memories from coast to coast to […]