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Beauvais Lake Campground

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This scenic campground is found in Beauvais Lake Provincial Park. Sites here are well-treed, suitable for both RVs and tents and have both basic and powered options. Enjoy the beautiful foothills setting and watch for birds and wildlife while fishing or boating on the lake. If you like to stay on land, there are many trails which range from easy to challenging for hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing and skiing.

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Day Use

    Camping

      Group Use

           

        Camping: Year-round
        Site Type Campsites Rate / night
        Unserviced 34 $ 23
        Power (15 / 30 amp) 53 $ 30
        Winter Camping 15 $ 19
        Reservations : May 18 - Sep 3
        Online Book It
        Phone 1-877-537-2757
        Reservation Fee $12
        Reservation Start Feb 20

        Amenities

        Boat Launch (AIS Warning)
        Firepits
        Firewood Sold
        Fish Cleaning Stations
        Information Kiosk
        Lifejacket Loaner Station
        Pay Phone
        Pier
        Pit/Vault Toilets
        Playground
        Power
        Sewage Disposal
        Water - Tap

        Notes

        Camping  Sites 1-15 in the main campground and walk-in tenting are open for winter camping. Winter use is subject to snow & road conditions. 

        Camping  Only cash or personal cheques are accepted for first come-first served camping fee payment.

        Firewood  Firewood sales are available from mid-May to Labour Day.

        Sewage  The park's sewage disposal station is open during the summer season. The fee is $6 (one and two dollar coins, and quarters accepted). The water at the standpipe is not potable. The dump station at the Co-op Gas Station in Pincher Creek (20 km NE of the park) is open until the end of October, weather permitting.

        Water  Pending weather, normal water service is available by the May long weekend. To support water conservation and as a backup measure, campers and day users are encouraged to bring a supply of drinking water.


        Note: Any maps and map views are for general information only. Do not rely on them for navigation or to determine legal boundaries.


        Updated: Aug 25, 2017