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Go online to plan your summer camping experience

Reserving a campsite in one of Alberta’s provincial campgrounds is just a click away.

Comfort Camp DPP interior

Campers can make online reservations for more than 5,500 individual campsites starting on Tuesday, February 18 at 9 a.m. Reservations can be made up to 90 days in advance of arrival.

With 66 provincial campgrounds listed on along with panoramic views of individual campsites, the online system is a one-stop-shop for Alberta campers and visitors from around the world.

“The online system is a great way for campers to pick their experience and amenities, and plan for a wonderful time in one of Alberta’s many provincial parks. Our parks provide Alberta residents and visitors from around the world with a range of opportunities to connect with nature, spend time with friends and family, and have fun.”

- Dr. Richard Starke, Minister of Tourism, Parks and Recreation

From comfort camping to first-come, first served sites

Starting on Monday, February 24 at 9 a.m., campers can make comfort camping reservations online for the first time. This alternative to traditional camping provides campers with an off-the-ground furnished wall tent or canvas-style hut accommodation, complete with a range of amenities such as dishes, beds and tables along with exterior picnic tables and fire pits.

Comfort camping is available at Pigeon Lake, Miquelon Lake, Lesser Slave Lake (the Nest), Dinosaur and Writing-on-Stone Provincial Parks.

Alberta Parks also offers first-come, first-served campsites at more than 170 provincial campgrounds. More than 1.8 million people camped in Alberta’s diverse provincial campgrounds last year.

Make a reservation

The first step to reserve a provincial campsite online is to create an account at You can also reserve sites by calling the contact centre at 1-877-537-2757. Contact centre hours will be extended to 10 p.m. every night except Sunday and holidays starting on April 28. Callers will also be able to obtain information about local experiences and attractions in the area to round out their trip.

Campers can expect to see upgrades and enhancements to provincial campgrounds throughout the province, including larger full-service RV sites at Beaver Creek in Cypress Hills Provincial Park and larger campsites at Vermilion Provincial Park.

Under the Building Alberta Plan, our government is investing in families and communities, living within our means, and opening new markets for Alberta's resources to ensure we're able to fund the services Albertans told us matter most to them. We will continue to deliver the responsible change Albertans voted for.

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