Crimson Lake Provincial Park offers year-round camping just 14km west of Rocky Mountain House. During the summer, enjoy all the amenities the park has to offer, including a boat launch, showers, campground store, and large beach. There is winter camping at a reduced rate for powered camping sites with access to ice fishing, a maintained skating rink, and groomed and packed trails for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and fat biking.
Interpretive programs run year-round, with a focus on seasonal education and recreation. Each winter, the campground store is open for Snowy Saturdays, with snowshoe rentals as well as firewood and food sales. Experienced Parks staff are on site during these events to provide information and guidance for inexperienced snowshoers. Crimson Lake Winterfest takes place Family Day weekend, which is a free event with many winter activities that celebrate the community around Rocky Mountain House.
Just east of camping loops E & F, there will be construction through the 2018 camping season to create three mini group camp loops that will accommodate smaller groups wishing to camp together. Camping loop G has been closed permanently, and will be taken apart and reclaimed to a natural state.
Visitors are advised to stay out of the closure and construction areas for their own safety, and expect the presence of construction equipment and increased noise during the construction period.
Two wheelchair-accessible campsites adjacent to shower building (C11, C12)