You'll find a camping experience like no other in Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park, 32 km east of Milk River on Hwy. 501 and 10 km south on an access road. Camp in the mystical Milk River Valley in the shade of the trees. Sites are suitable for tents and RVs, and there are unserviced and powered options. Explore the pictographs and hoodoos or join a guided walk. Relax on the sunny beach or swim and float in the river. Discover why people have loved and respected this site for thousands of years.
|Site Type||Campsites||Rate / Night|
|Power ( 15 /30 amp)||47||$39|
The campground is located in the shaded Milk River valley, among cottonwood trees.
Power is available year-round.
The reservation season is from Friday of the May long weekend through Monday of the September long weekend for regular camping.
Half of the individual campsites become available on a first come-first served basis from September 7 to September 30, while the others remain reservable.
Water services (including showers and flush toilets) usually commence on or just before the May long weekend and typically close for the season in late September.
Showers accept loonies and toonies only. Note: there is no ATM on site nor cash-back services at the park. We suggest campers stop at an ATM in Milk River or Foremost before heading to the park.