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Gregg Lake Campground

Information: 780-865-5152 (summer) or 780-865-8395
Directions to Campground

This large campground is found in William A. Switzer Provincial Park,  3 km west of Hinton on Hwy. 16 and 19 km north on Hwy. 40. Sites are suitable for both RVs and tents, including unserviced, powered, power/water, and pull-through options. Most sites are surrounded by mature trees for privacy, with one loop located right next to Gregg Lake. There are playgrounds, a boat launch, dock and swimming area. This campground also has showers, interpretive programs, hiking and biking trails, and a small campground store. Within the park there is a Visitor Centre, beaches, power boating opportunities, and additional trails in close driving distance.

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Day Use

    Camping

      Group Use

        Special Facilities

          Visitor Centre

               

            Camping: Year-round
            Site Type Campsites Rate / night
            Unserviced 69 $ 29
            Power (15 / 30 amp) 83 $ 36
            Power/Water ( / 30 amp) 11 $ 43
            Winter Camping 16 $ 26
            Reservations : May 16 - Sep 3
            Online Book It
            Phone 1-877-537-2757
            Reservation Fee $12
            Reservation Start Feb 20

            Amenities

            Amphitheatre
            Boat Launch (AIS Warning)
            Shelter - Cook
            Fish Cleaning Stations
            Flush Toilets
            Hand Launch
            Pay Phone
            Pit/Vault Toilets
            Playground
            Power
            Sewage Disposal
            Showers
            Water - Pump
            Firewood Sold

            Notes

            Camping  Showers are no longer coin operated - a small fee increase/ campsite was added for ease of use and cost efficiency for users.

            Firewood  Firewood is sold onsite for $8/bag, as well as at the Switzer Park Visitor Centre during peak season (hours vary).

            Water  During fall and winter, water is only available from a hand pump.  Although Alberta Parks strives to maintain water quality, we recommend that you bring your own drinking water.

            Accessability  Wheelchair-accessible washrooms.


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            Updated: Jul 25, 2018