Castle Provincial Park

Advisories

  • Construction Closure - Castle River Bridge Campground

      May 16, 2019

      Castle River Bridge campground will be CLOSED during WEEKDAYS in May until mid June to allow for the installation of electrical services in the campground. 

      Campground gates will be closed on Mondays at 12 noon and will be opened on Fridays at 12 noon.

      Weekday camping will be available at Beaver Mines Lake, Castle River Bridge and Lynx Creek campgrounds.

      We apologize for the inconvenience but look forward to providing upgraded electrical amenities.

  • Castle River Bridge - Electrical Service Unavailable

      May 14, 2019

      Please be advised that the scheduled installation of electrical services into the campsites has been delayed and therefore power will not be available in the campground until mid June.

      Camping fees will be adjusted accordingly and we apologize for the inconvenience but look forward to providing this service shortly.

  • Bear Warning - Bear In Lundbreck Falls PRA

      May 11, 2019

      A black bear has been seen in the campground.

      Please use caution when camping and walking the trails in and around the park.

      When camping:

          • Keep campsites clean.
          • Store all food and other scented products (eg. toothpaste, gasoline) in vehicles when not at the campsite.
          • Do not leave pet food out when campsite is unoccupied.
          • Supervise young children at all times.
          • Keep pets on leash or leave them at home. Loose dogs can attract and irritate bears.

      For more information on bear safety, please refer to our Bear Smart brochure

    Although an advisory is in place for this area, bears can be encountered anywhere in the South Region at any time. To avoid a surprise encounter with a bear:

    • Make plenty of noise and travel in groups.
    • Be aware of your surroundings. Look and listen for bears and their signs.
    • Keep your pet on a leash.
    • Carry bear spray. Make sure it’s easily accessible, and know how to use bear spray.
    • Learn more about bear safety on our webpage or at WildSmart.

    Please report all bear sightings immediately to 403-591-7755.

  • Bear Warning - Bears in Beauvais Lake PP

      May 11, 2019

      Several black bears have been frequently seen in the campsites, roadways and in the vicinity of the lake. 

       

      Please use caution when camping and walking the trails in and around the park.

      When camping:

          • Keep campsites clean.
          • Store all food and other scented products (eg. toothpaste, gasoline) in vehicles when not at the campsite.
          • Do not leave pet food out when campsite is unoccupied.
          • Supervise young children at all times.
          • Keep pets on leash or leave them at home. Loose dogs can attract and irritate bears.

      For more information on bear safety, please refer to our Bear Smart brochure.

       

    Although an advisory is in place for this area, bears can be encountered anywhere in the South Region at any time. To avoid a surprise encounter with a bear:

    • Make plenty of noise and travel in groups.
    • Be aware of your surroundings. Look and listen for bears and their signs.
    • Keep your pet on a leash.
    • Carry bear spray. Make sure it’s easily accessible, and know how to use bear spray.
    • Learn more about bear safety on our webpage or at WildSmart.

    Please report all bear sightings immediately to 403-591-7755.

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