With rugged peaks, lush valleys, clear lakes and secluded meadows, the Castle area is an ideal location for visitors to engage in outdoor recreation, education and nature appreciation.
Our suite of Visitor Services opportunities will help you to explore, learn new skills, and discover our natural and cultural heritage. Look for kiosks located throughout the parks, and speak with Alberta Parks’ staff by calling 403-627-1165.
To enhance your experience in the region, we encourage you to visit other tourism attractions, such as the Frank Slide Interpretive Centre, Remington Carriage Museum, Waterton Lakes National Park and Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump (UNESCO World Heritage Sites).
Tourism information is available at the Crowsnest Pass Visitor Centre, Frank Slide Interpretive Centre, Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village in Pincher Creek, and at the Sentinel Travel Alberta Visitor Information Centre located near the Alberta / BC border.