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Jarvis Lake Campground

Lat: 53.448035 Long: -117.807588 | Directions
Information: 780-865-5600 (summer) or 780-865-8395

Jarvis Lake Campground is located in William A. Switzer Provincial Park, 3 km west of Hinton on Hwy. 16, 19 km north on Hwy. 40, and a couple of km west on a paved access road. There are about 25 sites next to Jarvis Lake which are suitable for RVs and tents. A playground, trails, pier and hand launch area for boats are located here. A beach, boat launch and dock are located at the nearby day use area.  Activities and amenities in the park include a Visitor Centre, beaches, boat launches, trails, interpretive programs, sani dump and showers within short driving distance.  

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Day Use

    Camping

      Group Use

        Other

          Visitor Centre

               

            Camping: Jan 1 - Dec 31
            Site Type Campsites Rate / night
            Unserviced 25 $ 26
            Winter Camping 25 $ 26
            Reservations : May 17 - Sep 4
            Online Book It
            Phone 1-877-537-2757
            Reservation Fee $12
            Reservation Start Feb 21

            Amenities

            Firepits
            Fish Cleaning Stations
            Hand Launch
            Pay Phone
            Pier
            Pit/Vault Toilets
            Playground

            Notes

            • Available for sale $8/bag at Cache Lake Campground, Switzer Park Visitor Centre and Gregg Lake Campground Booth, hours vary and during peak season only. 

            Firewood  Firewood sold during posted times at Cache Campground or at the Switzer Park Visitor Centre during posted hours until September 28, 2015. Firewood is also available for purchase at Gregg lake Campground from the May long weekend until September long weekend.

            Water  The water pump is currently shut down.  The nearest water pump is available at Kelley’s Bathtub Day Use area. 


            Note: Any maps and map views are for general information only. Do not rely on them for navigation or to determine legal boundaries.

            William A. Switzer