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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.

Johnston Canyon Camping – Banff National Park

Castle Mountain

Located on the Bow Valley Parkway about 25 km west of Banff and 25 km East of Lake Louise is Johnston Canyon campground. This campground is set in a most amazing valley in Canada’s Rocky Mountains and visitors will be ...

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The New and Improved Sandy McNabb Campground

Sandy McNabb Campground

Closed for renovations since October 2009, Sandy McNabb campground finally opened (albeit partially) this past weekend and the changes have transformed the campground into a glorious park for campers and day users alike. Located 25 km west of Turner Valley, ...

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Park Lake Provincial Park Campground

Park Lake Provincial Park Group Camp

As one of Alberta’s oldest Provincial Parks, Park Lake, located 20 km northwest of Lethbridge, Alberta is an oasis to its visitors from the often dry and dusty landscape that surrounds it. Popular with the locals as a place to ...

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Police Outpost Provincial Park Campground

Chief Mountain as seen from Police Outpost Campground - Alberta Canada

Police Outpost Provincial Park Campground is located near (very near) the Alberta/Montana border and is Alberta’s most southerly Provincial Park in Alberta. Just a short drive south of Cardston, Alberta along Highway #2, Police Outpost Provincial Park Campground lies at ...

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Aspen Beach Provincial Park Campgrounds

Aspen Beach Campgrounds Boardwalk

Located at the south end of massive Gull Lake, Alberta, Aspen Beach Provincial Park Campgrounds, with their sandy beaches and warm water, is sure to please the entire family. Couple great beaches with two great campgrounds and you have a ...

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Camping at Crescent Falls Alberta

Here is a short video taken over a 3 day camping trip in the Crescent Falls area near Nordegg, Alberta at the end of May 2007. Located along highway #11 Nordegg is a small community located in west central Alberta, ...

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Bow River Camping Near Canmore

Bow Valley Provincial Park Campground

Looking for a gorgeous campground? If you’ve ever been there you know, the Canmore area boasts some of the most spectacular scenery Alberta has to offer. Surrounded by high mountain peaks with a thick blanket of trees beneath them and ...

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Parks Canada Implements Liquor Bans

In a recently released policy statement, Parks Canada has announced sweeping changes to its policies surrounding alcohol consumption in the national park campgrounds. Parks Canada stated that in order to ensure everyone has a great camping experience this summer it ...

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