An attractive setting for groups, families and individuals. All sites include fire pits and picnic tables. We have 33 fully serviced RV sites (power/water/sewer), 10 partially serviced sites (power/water) and many un-serviced and group tenting sites. Free wireless Internet, washrooms, showers and coin laundry are maintained around the clock.
695 2nd Street West, Cardston, Alberta, T0K 0K0 | 403-388-4230
Wally’s Beach is located on the St. Mary Reservoir near Spring Coulee, Alberta. The beach has soft, fine sand covering a large area along the shoreline and the connected island. Seasonal changes can cause drastic differences in water levels. Typically in June the beach is narrow and the water level is high while in August the water is low and there is plenty of sand exposed.
Located near the Alberta-Montana border, Police Outpost Provincial Park preserves a small area of parkland. The park gets its name from a Northwest Mounted Police outpost established at this location in 1891 to deal with whiskey runners. Nowadays, the park is a destination for camping, hiking, mountain biking, and paddling. A nearby wetland is home to diverse species of animals, especially birds, making the park a lovely place for birding and wildlife viewing in general.
Cardston, Alberta 10 km south & 23 km west of Cardston on Hwy. 2 | 403-653-2522
This public campground is located in Woolford Provincial Park, about an hour’s drive from Lethbridge. Here you’ll find nearly 20 unserviced campsites, as well as pit toilets, water pumps, fire pits, and a playground, but note that visitors must bring their own firewood and drinking water. Because of its close proximity to the St. Mary River, the campground is an ideal homebase for paddlers looking to canoe or kayak. The campground is open from May until mid-October.
Cardston, Alberta 17km east of Cardston | 403-381-5745
St. Mary Upper Campground is in St. Mary Reservoir Provincial Recreation Area, 55 km southwest of Lethbridge on Hwy. 5 and 5 km northwest on Hwy. 505. Camp on the reservoir with beautiful views of the southern Rockies. Sites here are suited to RVs and tents and most have lake views. There are trees for shade and a beach nearby. Go sailing, wind surfing, water skiing, canoeing and fishing, or take a short hike on the interpretive loop trail.
55 km southwest of Lethbridge on Hwy. 5 & 5 km northwest on Hwy. 505 | 1-403-653-2522
This scenic lakeside campground is in Payne Lake Provincial Recreation Area, 25 km west of Cardston on Hwy. 5 (18 km east of Waterton Lakes National Park on Hwy. 5). Choose from scenic lakeview sites or the shade and privacy of natural mixed forest. Fish for trout, hike, sail, windsurf, canoe, or go power boating on the lake.
Nestled in the far southwest corner of Alberta, Waterton is one of the most distinctive mountain parks on the planet. Shaped over centuries by wind, fire, glacial ice and floods, the park’s ecosystem is so distinctive that it was designated a Biosphere Reserve by the United Nations. It boasts the title of International Peace Park too, thanks to the unguarded border it shares with Glacier National Park in Montana. And the activities? Well – those are otherworldly too.