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Author Archives: Rod Sterenberg

Rod started sharing his family's camping experiences in 2010 after finding it difficult to choose a good campground in which to stay. His reviews are of campgrounds he and his family have enjoyed. It is his hope that readers of his reviews find these campgrounds as enjoyable as he has. Please take a moment to comment about your experiences and help those who follow.

10 Tips for First-Time Campers

Camping with friends

We’ve all had our fair share of unpleasant camping experiences and lived to tell the tale, but if you’re a first-time camper a bad experience the first time out may spell the end of camping for you and your family. ...

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Dinosaur Provincial Park Campground

The Southern Loop at Dinosaur Provincial Park Campground

Amid the stunning landscape and abundant wildlife, camping in Alberta’s Dinosaur Provincial Park campground is sure to be a favourite with the entire family. Dinosaur Provincial Park is located approximately two and a half hours southeast of Calgary, Alberta. Its ...

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May Long weekend 2016 Liquor Bans

May Long Weekend Liquor Ban in Some Alberta Campgrounds

(UPDATED March 18, 2016: to reflect 2016 dates and locations) Once again this year the provincial government will be implementing liquor bans in some Alberta campgrounds this May long weekend. In recent years Alberta has used the liquor bans to ...

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Five Rocky Mountain House Area Campgrounds You’re Sure to Enjoy

Twin Lakes Campground, Crimson Lake Provincial Park, Alberta Canada

Every once in a while as we travel the province we come across areas so beautiful and so full of amazing camping opportunities, we can’t believe not everyone knows about them. The area surrounding Rocky Mountain House is one of ...

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Mosquito Creek Campground – Banff National Park

Mosquito Creek Campground, Banff National Park, Alberta Canada

Located deep within Banff National Park’s mountainous terrain, Mosquito Creek campground is a great little campground from which to explore the area.

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Paddy’s Flat Campground

One of the nicer campsites at Paddy's Flat Campground, Kananaskis, Alberta Canada

Just a short drive southwest of Bragg Creek, along Highway #66, the scenic highway that follows the Elbow River West into Alberta’s Rocky Mountains, Paddy’s Flat campground is the perfect base from which campers can explore this remarkable section of ...

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Little Elbow Campground – Kananaskis Country

At about 5,500 feet above sea level snow still surrounds Little Elbow Campground even in early June. Although spring is very much in the air at this time of year, moisture that falls on the prairies as rain often arrives ...

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Bluerock Campground

Bluerock Wildland Provincial Park, Alberta Canada

Looking for a campground with a backcountry feel? A campground that’s on the edge of one of Alberta’s great wilderness areas? Then Bluerock Campground in Kananaskis Country, Alberta maybe just what you’re looking for. Located approximately 40 km west of ...

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