William A. Switzer Provincial Park

Gregg Lake Campground

Information: 780-865-5152   780-865-8395
Directions

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.

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 $ 26/33

Amenities


Camping 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).

Sewage

Fee $5.00 for registered campers; $10.00 other users.

Water
  • Due to our mountainous location and later thaw season, we must advise that our water system may not be operational for opening day, and the ensuing May Long weekend. This possible delay in water service is entirely dependent upon weather conditions.
  • Should a delay in water services occur, a no water service advisory will be posted and any applicable fees paid will be reimbursed.
  • For further information if this occurs, please contact the Gregg Lake Campground Booth at 780-865-5152. 
  • 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.
ACCESSIBILITY

Wheelchair-accessible washrooms.

Online Reservations

Updated: May 15, 2019