Only 65km south of Nordegg on the forestry trunk road Highway 734, Ram Falls Campground provides campers with a rustic experience away from the noise and activity of city life. A platform with stairs leading down provide a breathtaking view of Ram Falls, and there are often the iconic Bighorn Sheep along the banks of the river.
This hidden gem has over 50 sites and is a mix of first come, first served sites and sites available for reservation. The first come, first served sites are self-registration, so make sure to bring cash or cheque if you plan to take advantage of them.
The campground has vault toilets, and there is no firewood or drinking water available on site. As the evenings can get quite chilly in the early and later parts of the season, it is advised that you bring an ample supply of firewood.
When planning your trip to Ram Falls Campground, you should note that the road leading to the campground can be rough, steep, and winding in places. It is best to bring a map of the area as signage and cellphone reception are limited.
This is an unserviced campground. Please remember to bring your own firewood to enjoy your stay.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.