Box 180, 102 Centre St. Vulcan, AB T0L 2B0

Vulcan County is home to several campgrounds including full-serviced, partial-serviced, and non-serviced. Aspen Crossing  is an award winning destination located minutes west of Mossleigh in the north-west corner of Vulcan County. They offer a variety of train themed excursions including the Train of Terror and the Disney – Polar Express which are always sell-out so book early! Aspen Crossing features more than 120 full-service, treed campsites (expanding in 2019 due to demand), train cars/hotel rooms for accommodation, a full service restaurant in an authentic dining car, a gift store, a greenhouse, two escape rooms, and more!


Travers Dam Provincial Park is a perfect location to disconnect and rewind.  The Park is home to 32 unserviced camp sites and is a great destination for fishing, canoeing or sailing on the reservoir! Situated in open grasslands, the Park has expansive views in all directions and is a wonderful place for stargazing!


Little Bow Provincial Park

If you are seeking phenomenal vistas, spectacular fishing, and the occasional company of a deer walking through the campground, all while in view of a cascading summer sunrise or fall sunset joined by the sound of the river water rustling by the natural camp setting than Little Bow Provincial Park is sure to please.


Twin Valley Campground is a privately-operated campground next to the Little Bow River and is home to the twin valley waterfront. Amenities include a boat launch, treed lots, and partially-serviced sites with water and power service. Please contact via (403) 336-9999 or send email inquiries addressed to nantonlionscampground@gmail.com


Northern Lights Cascading over McGregor Lake

McGregor Lake Provincial Recreation Area and Campground is  excellent for boating, water skiing, wind surfing and fishing. In 1920 the reservoir was created for irrigation and is approximately 22kms long with its dam at the north end. Fishermen will find thriving Walleye, Yellow Perch, Lake Whitefish, Rainbow Trout and Northern Pike populations and will leave you with fantastic stories from your time on the reservoir!


Don’t miss the Carmangay Campground.  This is a charming campground that is easily accessible along highway 23, just 15 minutes south of the Town of Vulcan.

While in Carmangay, visitors can stay at the beautiful Carmangay RV Park!


Champion Community Campground is great for a weekend getaway, a destination camping weekend, extended stay, or a convenient stop along the way. There are also pull-through sites for your convenience.


If you are visiting the Sid Hartung Rodeo, one of the many festivals, or slo-pitch tournaments this summer, be sure to reserve a spot at the Town of Vulcan Virginia Mitchell Memorial Park Campground! This full-service campground is very popular because it boasts an excellent location and is extremely affordable, so reserve a spot before they run out!


Along highway 24 at the northern edge of the County is Wyndham – Carseland Provincial Park. The Park is nestled in a stunning valley along the Bow River and is a favorite due to its array of amenities including geo-caching, camping, hiking, fishing, canoeing, and kayaking.

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