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Crimson Lake Campground

Information: 403-845-2330
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Crimson Lake Campground is found in Crimson Lake Provincial Park, 14 km west of Rocky Mountain House on Hwy. 11 and 6 km north on Hwy. 756. There are over 161 powered sites which are surrounded by trees and offer easy access to Crimson Lake. Amenities include a boat launch, showers, playground, and campground store. Enjoy beach activities, fishing, water skiing, and hike or mountain bike the 10 km trail that circles Crimson Lake. Interpretive programs are offered during summer months, and cross-country skiing and winter camping are available in winter. 

Park Boundary

Day Use


      Group Use


        Camping: May 10 - Oct 9
        Site Type Campsites Rate / night
        Power (15 / 30 amp) 161 $ 33
        Winter Camping 11 $ 27
        Reservations : May 17 - Oct 9
        Online Book It
        Phone 1-877-537-2757
        Reservation Fee $12
        Reservation Start Feb 20


        Sewage Disposal
        Water - Tap
        Flush Toilets
        Pit/Vault Toilets
        Grocery/supply store


        • As of February 2018, G loop of Crimson Lake campground at Crimson Lake Provincial Park will be permanently closed.
        • The closure is to mitigate safety concerns and diminished camping experience in G loop due to increased utilization of the adjacent maintenance shop and yard area.
        • Future expansion of camping opportunities at Crimson Lake are currently being developed.
        • WINTER: Winterized sites in Loop A; 18,19,20,21,23,24,25,30,31,32 and 33.  These campsites have power but there is no water service in the off-season. Showers are not available and no firewood is provided.  Camping is first come-first served during the extended season.

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

        Updated: Feb 1, 2018