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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.

Lundbreck Falls Campground

Lundbreck Falls near the Campground

Located midway between Pincher Creek and the Crowsnest Pass in Alberta’s south western corner Lundbreck Falls Campground , provides its visitors with a cool break on their travels through the region. Lundbreck Falls themselves are a magnificent sight, with the Crowsnest ...

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Chain Lakes Provincial Park Campground

The view of the foothills surrounding Chain Lakes Provincial Park Campground, Alberta Canada

Situated in a particularly beautiful area of Southern Alberta’s foothills, Chain Lakes Provincial Park Campground provides its visitors with a remarkable mix of recreational activities. This year-round campground is located approximately 125 km Southwest of Calgary along a very scenic stretch ...

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Beauvais Lake Campground

Foothills Surrounding Beauvais Lake Provincial Park Campground

Nothing could be more appealing when the weather turns hot than finding a nice campsite near a clear, cool Lake. Beauvais Lake Provincial Park would be an excellent choice since it boasts one of Southern Alberta’s best lakeside campgrounds. Located ...

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Cut Your Own Firewood in Alberta

Harvest Firewood Yourself

A number of years ago my wife and I started harvesting firewood directly from the forests surrounding the campgrounds we stayed in. Now, there are rules in place and you must be a certain distance away from campgrounds to do ...

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Alberta Staggers 2015 Campground Reservations on Opening Day

Camping in Alberta

Yesterday marked the opening of reservation season for Alberta’s campgrounds. This year, in order to mitigate the huge volume of reservations and the resulting strain on the government’s computer servers and call center, the reservations began at different times of ...

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Alberta to Increase Campground Fees for 2015

The Southern Loop at Dinosaur Provincial Park Campground

Alberta’s campground fees are due to increase in 2015 bringing in an additional $2 million which will be reinvested in Alberta’s 245 provincial campgrounds. These additional funds will be used to maintain and improve amenities such as picnic tables, fire ...

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Camping with the Dinosaurs

The Hoodoos in Dinosaur Provincial Park

Nestled among the sagebrush approximately 50 km NE of Brooks, Alberta lies a striking example of Mother Nature’s power as well as one of her best kept secrets (until the last century that is) in the form of one of ...

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Chinook Lake Campground

Chinook Lake Campground

Located just 7 km north of highway #3, northwest of Coleman, Alberta Canada, Chinook Lake Campground is located in a stunning corner of Southern Alberta’s Crowsnest Pass While the drive in can be a dusty one due to the approximately ...

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