Peter Lougheed Provincial Park

Alberta Parks

Mount Sarrail Walk-in Tenting Campground

Information: 403-591-7226
Directions
Facility Operator: Kananaskis Country Campgrounds
A Kananaskis Conservation Pass is required to park your vehicle in Kananaskis and the Bow Valley.

Mount Sarrail Walk-in Tenting Campground is in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, 50 km south of Hwy. 1 on Hwy. 40 and south on Kananaskis Lakes Trail. There are over 40 well-treed walk-in tenting sites here (no RVs). From here there is close access to the lakes for those hoping to canoe, fish or go boating. There are also many hiking, mountain biking and paved trails nearby.

Camping

Season: Jun 21 - Sep 2
Site Type Campsites Power Rate/Night Reservable Dates Current Status
Walk-in Tenting 44 - $31 No Seasonal Closure

Limited number of bear-proof food storage lockers; on-site manager & caretaker. Visa & MasterCard accepted.

Amenities

First Come, First Serve
Firewood

Firewood available for purchase on site from the campground manager or at Boulton Creek campground store.

Water

Water is available from a hand pump at this site. Although Alberta Parks strives to maintain water quality, we recommend that you bring your own drinking water.

    Maps & Guides

    • Spray Valley & Peter Lougheed Map (Geo Referenced) Map, Kananaskis Country, Spary valley PP, Peter Lougheed PP, map Campground: Eau Claire, Lillian Lake Backcountry, Ribbon Falls Backcountry, Ribbon Lake Backcountry, Spray Lakes West, Rummel Lake Winter Backcountry,Boulton Creek, Canyon, Elkwood, Interlakes, Lower Lake, William Watson Lodge, Mount Sarrail Walk-in Tenting, Aster Lake Backcountry, Elbow Lake Backcountry, Forks Backcountry, Point Backcountry, Three Isle Lake Backcountry, Turbine Canyon Backcountry Group Use: Lower Lake, Pocaterra Walk-in Tenting Day Use: Buller Mountain, Driftwood, Galatea, Goat Creek, Mt. Shark, Opal, Sparrowhawk, Spray Lake, Wedge Pond, Black Prince, Boulton Bridge, Burstall Pass, Canyon, Chester Lake, Elbow Pass, Elk Pass, Elpoca, Grizzly Creek, Highwood Meadows, King Creek, Little Highwood Pass, Lower Lake, North Interlakes, Panorama, Peninsula, Pocaterra, Rock Glacier, Sawmill, Upper Lake, White Spruce, Elkwood Trailhead Trails: Banff, Galatea Creek, Mount Shark, Terrace South, Wedge Connector, Frozen Toad Loop Snowshoe, Rolly Road Training Grid, South Sawmill Loop, Tailwater Snowshoe, Torpor Loop, William Watson Lodge Connector -- 6702 False
    • Regulations
    • Safe Boating Guide

Updated: Feb 21, 2024