Pigeon Lake Provincial Park

Alberta Parks

Pigeon Lake Yurts

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    The Pigeon Lake yurts offer a camping experience like no other. They are round, insulated tenting structures mounted on a wooden deck. They are designed to give you the luxury of a sturdy shelter without compromising the experience of sleeping outdoors.

    There are eight yurts at Pigeon Lake Provincial Park, and each deck has a ramp that makes strollers, wheelchairs, and other mobility devices easier to manage. The comfort camping loop has a vault toilet and is close to a washroom facility that has flush toilets and running water.

    The yurts stay cool in the summer through cross-ventilation and warm in the fall with electric heaters. While pets are not allowed in the yurts or on the yurt sites, there are some campsites around the comfort camping loop that can accommodate additional people and pets.

    Your yurt comes equipped with many added amenities, including a fridge and BBQ with propane provided. To make the most of your experience, please review the “What to Bring” section as well as the Comfort Camping Manual.


Yurts Capacity Available Rate
Large (#119) 8 Person May 16 - Sep 1 $ 170 / night
4 x Medium (#120, 121, 122, 124) 6 Person May 16 - Sep 22 $ 145 / night
Small (#123) 4 Person May 16 - Sep 1 $ 125 / night
2 x Medium (#112, 114) 6 Person May 16 - Sep 1 $ 145 / night


    • Electric heater, lights and electrical outlets
    • Pots, pans, cooking implements
    • Fridge (12 cubic feet with freezer), kitchen table and chairs
    • Beds (mattress covers provided for all beds)
      • Large - two double-over-queen bunk beds plus one pull-out futon that sleeps two
      • Medium - queen-over-queen bunk bed plus pull-out futon that sleeps two
      • Small - queen bed plus pull-out futon that sleeps two
    • Private deck and deck furniture
    • Gas barbecue with grill and side burner, fire pit, picnic table
    • Close to potable water, flush toilets and showers
    • First bag of firewood provided; additional bags of firewood available for purchase.

What to Bring

    • Plates, cups, cutlery, and cooking utensils
    • Sharp kitchen knives
    • Food and beverages
    • Pillows and sleeping bags or duvets/blankets/sheets
    • Towels and toiletries
    • A camp stove for cooking outside
    • A water jug to hold drinking water
    • Flashlights or camping lanterns
    • Matches or a lighter to start a campfire
    • Additional firewood (can be purchased at the park)
    • Hatchet or axe to split wood (purchased wood is already split)
    • Additional camping chairs


    • Yurts: large (24 feet), medium (20 feet) and small (16 feet), each with a vented skylight and windows (zipper closures)
    • Private sites near Pigeon Lake, close to beach and trails
    • Secure key entry
    • Private treed sites
    • Weatherproof structure
    • Close to beach and trails
    • Parking stalls: 2 for the large yurt, 1 for the medium & small yurts
    • Close to shower facility & flush toilets
    • Accessible entry into yurt
  • All yurts are accessible by wheelchair.
  • All units are physically accessible to the washrooms.  Unit C-112 is the closest unit to the fully-accessible shower house. C-124 is the furthest away, about 300 m walking distance. 
  • There is accessible parking available at the shower house. 
  • Vault toilets available in the comfort camping loop.  However, these toilets have a door clearance width less than 0.813 m (32”) which may not accommodate all mobility devices. 
  • The water service in the comfort camping loop is not currently accessible.
  • Unit C-123 is the only unit without bunk beds for the main bed.  It has a queen bed.


  • Check-in time is 4 p.m. Check-out time is 12 p.m. (noon)
  • Pets are not allowed in or around comfort camping sites, with the exception of registered service animals. Service animals are allowed if accompanying a person with a disability, and as long as the animal is kept in control. Users of service animals should have government-issued identification cards for confirmation.
  • Smoking and/or vaping of tobacco and cannabis is strictly prohibited inside the unit and on the deck.
  • Cooking inside the unit is not allowed. Please use the barbeque provided.
  • Additional tents or trailers are not allowed on or near the site.