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Marten River Campground

Information: 780-849-2111 (Summer Permit Booth)
Directions to Campground

Marten River Campground is in Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park, 28 km north of Slave Lake on Hwy. 88 and west on Twp. Rd. 752A. This large campground has over 110 sites, both unserviced and with power. Sites are well-spaced and surrounded by trees, with a few spots right by the lake. There are many amenities here, including an amphitheatre, playground, sewage disposal, and showers. Hike or bike the trails, relax on the natural sand beach, enjoy fishing or boating on the lake, and visit the Boreal Centre for Bird Conservation

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            Camping: May 15 - Oct 10
            Site Type Campsites Rate / night
            Unserviced 39 $ 26
            Power (15 / 30 amp) 72 $ 33
            Reservations : May 18 - Sep 4
            Online Book It
            Phone 1-877-537-2757
            Reservation Fee $12
            Reservation Start Feb 21

            Amenities

            Amphitheatre
            Firepits
            Firewood Sold
            Fish Cleaning Stations
            Pay Phone
            Pit/Vault Toilets
            Playground
            Power
            Sewage Disposal
            Showers
            Water - Tap
            Wheelchair Accessible

            Notes

            • The campground is 100% reservable during summer season.  It becomes first-come, first-served after the September long weekend.
            • Flush toilets are available in the shower building.
            • These campsites are not equipped with fire pits: A-12, B-7, B-31, C-26 & D-6.

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            Updated: Jul 25, 2017