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Cache Lake Campground

Lat: 53.506145 Long: -117.800506 | Directions
Information: 780-865-5600 (summer) or 780-865-8395

Update - Gregg Lake Campground

  • Due to weather conditions, water services are unavailable and until further notice.
  • This includes: flush toilets, shower building, water taps and sani-dump.
  • Water pumps (non-potable) are available at: Lakeside loop, and within Switzer Park at Jarvis Day Use, Kelley's Bathtub Day Use and Cache Lake Campground.
  • Port-a-Potties will be in place at each washroom facility.
  • Water fill and dump station services are available in the Town of Hinton at: Canadian Tire (free); Hinton Husky (free sani-dump, no water available); ESSO (free, own hose is required).

We apologize for the inconvenience and will update when water services are up and running for the season.

This quiet little campground is in William A. Switzer Provincial Park, 3 km west of Hinton on Hwy. 16, 19 km north on Hwy. 40, and a few km east on a gravel access road. Well spaced sites are suitable for tents and RVs and are surrounded by mature trees. Jarvis Creek, a stocked trout pond, Graveyard Lake and Cache Lake are nearby, offering good opportunities for canoeing, kayaking, swimming and fishing. 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

            Visitor Centre


              Camping: May 18 - Sep 5
              Site Type Campsites Rate / night
              Unserviced 14 $ 26

              Amenities

              Shelter - Cook
              Pit/Vault Toilets
              Playground
              Water - Pump
              Firewood Sold

              Notes

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

              Water  Water is available from a hand pump at this site. Although Alberta Parks strives to maintain water quality, we recommend that you bring your own drinking water.


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