Tag : Provincial Park

Lundbreck Falls Provincial Park Alberta

We have stayed at Lundbreck Falls on countless occasions and have found it easily accessible for an overnighter. In the past few years the summer months have found the campground always full so we have stayed elsewhere. This year we were passing through during the off season and we were the only ones there!!! Yay!!   Campground: Lundbreck Falls Provincial …

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Chain Lakes Provincial Park Alberta

As we made our way from Elko, British Columbia to Alberta we continued to have some smokey skies from the fires in British Columbia and the Banff area of Alberta.  We headed through Fernie and over the Crowsnest Pass and into Alberta.   Then we continued north on Highway 22 which is one of our favorite roads with beautiful rolling …

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Kikomun Provincial Park British Columbia

  Campground: Ponderosa Campground Location: Kikomun Creek Provincial Park – British Columbia Site: P30 (back-in) Cost: $41.30 (CAD) Services: Dry camping Comments: A lovely campground with waterfront sites.  There are some tight sites at the entrance with power but the best sites are near the water.   Other sites at Kikomun:   Besides heading to the beach on a short …

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Radium Hot Springs

Radium Hot Springs is a small town in British Columbia just south of the entrance to Kootenay National Park and about a 1 1/2 hour drive to Banff National Park in Alberta. The town is known for its mineral springs, an odourless hot pool full of minerals and kept at around 37-40 degrees Celsius. There is also a swimming pool …

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Wasa Lake Provincial Park - British Columbia

We headed out of Canmore early to find ourselves with a bit of drizzle coming down. This meant our quick trip through Banff would be a bit overcast but that was fine with us. The roads were almost empty, the mountains had an eerie look with low clouds, and we spotted a bit of wildlife here and there along with …

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Written on Jun, 06, 2015 by in , , , , | 2 Comments.
Oldman Dam Provincial Recreation Area

We’re headed north to British Columbia and Alberta in Canada for a few weeks visiting friends and family. We have been having lovely weather so it was a terrific drive north. We like to take our time and get stopped by early afternoon. We headed up through Idaho via part of the International Selkirk Loop and into British Columbia and …

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Moyie Lake Provincial Park British Columbia

  This is one of our all time favorite parks. I know I say that a lot, at least it seems like I do but this one is the epitome of what I think a campground should look like, tall pine trees and lots of space between sites. We have stopped here a number of times before for day use …

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Written on Aug, 05, 2014 by in , , , | Leave a comment
Little Bow Provincial Park Alberta

  Campground: Little Bow Provincial Park Location: Champion, Alberta (Park is about 17km east of Champion) Site: B-64 Cost: $29 (CAD) Services: E (30 AMP) Comments: Nice, quaint campground. A bit crowded due to the August long weekend in Canada. Site was average for spaciousness. Even though there were lots of trees in the campground there was still minimum privacy. …

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Written on Jul, 29, 2014 by in , , , | 2 Comments.
Tolman Alberta

It was hot, I mean really hot. Yes, Alberta has hot summers but this was worse because it was high humidity which is abnormal for this dry area.  The humidity and heat were off the scale as we made our way into the Canadian Badlands and over to Tolman, Alberta. On our way we passed the lovely agriculture and farming …

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Written on Jul, 28, 2014 by in , , , , | 2 Comments.
Beauvais Lake Provinical Park Alberta

We love this park. It is a bit out of way for our journey but well worth it. The drive to the park is stunning with gorgeous mountain views all the way to Waterton Lakes. Since August long weekend in Canada is coming up (first weekend in August) it means many of the campgrounds are crowded and/or full. So when …

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