Directions to Campground
Enjoy an oasis on the prairie in Chain Lakes Provincial Park, 38 km southwest of Nanton on Hwy. 533. This campground along the Chain Lakes Reservoir features over 90 sites with willow bushes for privacy and both unserviced and power options. Enjoy swimming, beach activities, canoeing, fishing, wind surfing or sailing at this lakeside getaway. Winter camping is available as well for those hoping to ice fish for rainbow trout.
Camping Loop B is open year-round. Only cash or personal cheques are accepted for first come-first served camping fee payment during winter season. Loops A and C are closed for the off-season.
Firewood For safety reasons, only communal fire pits are available, subject to appropriate weather conditions. There are four communal pits, one in the centre of each camping loop. A limited daily supply of firewood is supplied at no extra cost. NOTE: Portable propane fire pits are prohibited.
Sewage The sewage disposal fee is $6 (one and two dollar coins, and quarters accepted).
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.