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Crimson Lake Provincial Park offers year-round camping just 14 km west of Rocky Mountain House. This fun getaway at all times of the year offers many trails for hiking, mountain biking or skiing. During the summer, enjoy all the amenities the park has to offer, including a boat launch, sewage disposal station, coin operated showers, a campground store, playground and a large beach area that is great for swimming.
Through-out the winter, there are 11 powered camping sites available at a reduced rate. Our staff plow snow out of these sites for easy access to enjoy the outdoors during all seasons. Access to vault washrooms is available year-round, however winter campers should come prepared with their own firewood and water as these services are not available from October - May. Visitors to Crimson Lake can take in a variety of winter activities including ice fishing, skating on a maintained skating rink, and groomed and packed trails for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and fat biking.
Winter: Winterized sites in Loop A; 18,19,20,21,23,24,25,30,31,32 and 33. These campsites have power but there is no water service in the off-season. Showers are not available and no firewood is provided. Camping is first come-first served during the extended season.
Firewood costs $10.00/bundle.
Two wheelchair-accessible campsites adjacent to shower building (C11, C12)