Beauvais Lake Provincial Park

Alberta Parks

Beauvais Lake Campground

Information: 403-627-1165
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This scenic campground is found in Beauvais Lake Provincial Park, 11.5 km west of Pincher Creek on Hwy. 507 and 8.5 km south on Hwy. 775. Beauvais main campground powered sites 1-15 are open year round, from October 1 to to April 30, first come first serve is in effect.  These quiet, well-treed sites are located close to the lake. 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.

Camping

Year-round
Site Type Campsites Rate / Night
Unserviced 34 $ 26
Power (15 /30 amp) 53 $ 34
Walk-in Tenting 10 $ 26
Winter Camping 15 $ 25

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Camping Notes

Camping
  • The walk-in tenting sites (sites 78-87) are located 3 km from the main campground.  To access these sites, campers park on the road and walk in about 20 metres.  Each site has a picnic table, firepit and bear-proof food locker.
  • Winter camping is available in powered sites 1 – 15; First-Come, First-Served from October 1 – April 30, $25/night.
  • Please purchase locally produced firewood from local vendors.
Firewood

Firewood sales available from mobile concession operator at select time frames daily.

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.

Updated: Oct 7, 2020