First-Come First-Served (FCFS) Camping
You can find park on this searchable map.
Most First-Come, First-Served campgrounds are by self-registration. This means there is no staffed registration booth to register you when you arrive. To register at a self-registration first-come, first served campground follow these steps:
- Upon arrival, choose a vacant campsite and register within 30 minutes after selecting site. The self registration kiosk will be located near the entrance of the camping loop.
- You must have an accommodation unit on the site for it to be considered occupied.
- Day-of First-Come First-Served sites paid for online prior to arriving at the campground and occupying a campsite are subject to lose their camping fees without a refund. *You must be occupying the site to ensure that is available.
- Fill out a self-registration envelope with the site number where you are camping, your name, license plate number and how many nights you are staying/paying for and insert exact fee.
- To calculate your camping fee, multiply the number of camping nights x campground fee that is shown in the instructions at the registration kiosk. There is no additional tax to calculate.
- Pay with CASH or a personal cheque made out to Government of Alberta, or the name of the campground operator as posted with the instructions at the kiosk.
- Credit cards, debit cards CANNOT be accepted.
- Detach and retain receipt from registration fee envelope. Deposit envelope into fee slot.
- Display receipt on campsite number post.
Please continue to follow all Alberta health guidelines when visiting our parks and bring your own hand sanitizer.
- Stay home if you’re sick or are experiencing symptoms including cough, fever, shortness of breath, runny nose or sore throat that are not related to a pre-existing illness or health condition, or are otherwise required to isolate or quarantine.
- Stay at least two metres away from anyone who does not live with you.
- Wash or sanitize hands before and after visiting shared amenities with high-touch surfaces such as bear bins, self check-in stations, boat launches, docks, water fill stations, and dumping stations.
- If applicable, use washroom facilities in your recreational vehicle whenever possible to reduce traffic at shared-use facilities.
- Clean or cover the picnic table with a cloth or sheet in your site before using it.
- Dispose of trash in receptacles provided or take it with you to reduce risk for staff and other users.
Warning This list shows the number of campsites designated FCFS. It is not a real-time reflection of how many campsites are currently available.