Due to a bountiful berry crop this year, park visitors are asked to be extra vigilant about bear safety while hiking, recreating and camping in bear country. Avoid areas with berry bushes, strictly follow all preventative practices when in bear country. Bear Smart
Remember, bears depend on the berry crop to gain enough weight to survive the winter; please respect their need to feed themselves and their young. Should you come across any wildlife closures, please follow the directions; never cross into closed areas.
Area is closed due to bear activity.
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:
Water systems are now shut down for the season within the Castleview and Cottonwood campgrounds.
The washroom/shower building at Castleview remains open with water service.
Please bring your own water for September camping and be prepared to dry dump at the sani dump station.
While plugged into the campsite power, please do not cause a higher demand of electricity than the 30 amp systems can provide. This can happen by running air conditioners full time, while using other electrical devices in your RV. A power demand that is higher than the system will support, causes an overloaded circuit, and the breaker to turn off.