Prairie Creek Provincial Recreation Area

Alberta Parks

Prairie Creek Campground

Information: (403) 845-8349 Rocky District Office
Directions

If you’re looking for a quiet, peaceful camping experience, head to Prairie Creek Campground. It has 50 unserviced sites, including a number of pull-through sites. The mature forest and ample space between campsites creates privacy for campers.

While there are limited amenities within the campground, it is only a 30 minute drive to Rocky Mountain House. The highway leading to the campground is paved, so you get the peace of a secluded campground without having to travel on dusty backroads.

Many campers like to take advantage of the proximity to off-highway vehicle trails. We encourage visitors to use the campground as their base, but please note that off-loading and/or using OHVs inside the campground is prohibited. They must remain on trailers to travel to the nearby trail system and staging areas.

Camping

Season: May 16 - Sep 22
Site Type Campsites Power Rate/Night Reservable Dates Current Status
Unserviced 50 - $28 May 16 - Sep 22 Seasonal Closure

* Reservations can be made 90 days in advance of arrival date.

  • Second units, where permitted, are payable on-site by cash or cheque. Please contact the campground booth at (403) 845-2330 to confirm if a second unit can be on the site.

 

Amenities

Currently Booking to
May 23, 2024
1-877-537-2757


Reserve.AlbertaParks.ca is taking reservations for arrivals up to February 18, 2024. Camping reservations are moving to Shop.AlbertaParks.ca starting February 12! Here's what you need to know.
Firewood
  • Firewood alert! Firewood not available. Help stop the spread of forest pests, Dutch elm disease and emerald ash borer. Plan to buy firewood locally, burn on site, never bring home.

 

Water

Recent changes to the recreation area regulation under the Public Health Act have affected provision of drinking water in this campground – we cannot absolutely guarantee that water from hand pumps is free of pathogens because of the risk of ground water contamination. As a result, Alberta Parks recommends that you bring your own drinking water.

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Updated: Feb 13, 2024