Rochon Sands  Provincial Park
Information & Facilities
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Rochon Sands Provincial Park
Lat: 52.4617558011   Long: -112.892373615 | Directions
Campground Operator: Summer Village of Rochon Sands
Information: 403-742-4338 


Notice: Located on the shores of Buffalo Lake, Rochon Sands Provincial Park is a manicured landscape that provides camping facilities and beach access; from the comfort of their campsites, park visitors can watch the graceful flight of geese on their late summer migration south; in the campground, undergrowth provides protection from wind while large trees create a cool, shady picnic area. Rochon Sands Provincial Park is operated by the Summer Village of Rochon Sands under a lease agreement with the Province of Alberta. This agreement provides a degree of flexibility in how the village operates the campground and enables them to broaden the services they provide to campground visitors. Facebook and Twitter are the recommended venues to obtain specific information about services provided by the village. 

Facilities & Services

Boat Launch (AIS Warning)  
Change Rooms  
Cook Shelters  
Firewood Sold  
Fish Cleaning Stations  
Horseshoe Pitch  
Interpretive Viewpoint  
Pay Phone  
Pit/Vault Toilets  
Sewage Disposal  
Water - Tap  

Recreational Activities

Hiking - Front Country  
Power Boating  
Water Skiing  
Wildlife Viewing  
Wind Surfing  

** Facilities and services provided and activities permitted may vary within a park. Please check the details on the specific campground, day use area, group use area or trail to confirm what is available and/or permitted.

Recreation Notes

Birding: with its many shallow bays, Buffalo Lake provides nesting sites for great blue herons, black-crowned night-herons, Canada geese, ducks, common terns, American avocets and ring-billed gulls; Ross's geese, American white pelicans and piping plovers may also be seen; other species include northern orioles, western wood-pewee, great horned and short-eared owls, and golden and bald eagles.

Wildlife viewing: white-tailed deer, mule deer, coyotes.