Spray Valley Provincial Park

Alberta Parks

Eau Claire Campground

Information: 403-591-7226
Directions
Facility Operator: Kananaskis Country Campgrounds
A Kananaskis Conservation Pass is required to park your vehicle in Kananaskis and the Bow Valley.

Eau Claire Campground is in Spray Valley Provincial Park, 40 km south of Hwy. 1 on Hwy. 40. There are about 50 sites here suitable for RVs and tents. Well-spaced sites are nestled amongst pine and spruce. Surrounded by Rocky Mountains, you can access the Eau Claire Interpretive trail, various unmaintained trails or try fishing in the Kananaskis River.

Camping

Season: Jun 13 - Sep 8
Site Type Campsites Power Rate/Night Reservable Dates Current Status
Unserviced 51 - $31 No Seasonal Closure

Food lockers available for cyclists. Visa & MasterCard accepted. On-site manager/caretaker. Campground located approximately 38 km south of Hwy. 1 along Hwy. 40.

Amenities

First Come, First Serve
Firewood

Firewood available for purchase on site from the campground manager or at Boulton Creek campground store.

Water

Water is available from a hand pump at this site. Although Alberta Parks strives to maintain water quality, we recommend that you bring your own drinking water.

    Maps & Guides

    • Bow & Kananaskis Valleys Trail Map Map, Kananaskis, Kananaskis Village, Bow Valley PP, Elbow-Sheep WPP, Evan-Thomas PRA, Jewell Bay Backcountry, Lillian Lake Backcountry, Spray Valley PP, Stoney Creek PRA, Ribbon Falls Backcountry, Ribbon Lake Backcountry, Quaite Valley Backcountry, Baldy Pass Trail, Barrier Lake Forestry Interpretive Trail, Barrier Lake Interpretive Trail, Bill Milne Paved Bike Path Trail, Bow Valley Trail, Bow River Interpretive Trail, Centennial Ridge Trail, Eau Claire Interpretive Trail, Elk Flats Trail, Evan-Thomas Trail, Flowing Water Interpretive Trail, Galatea Creek Trail, Grotto Creek Trail, Gunn's Pass Trail, Heart Creek Interpretive Trail, Heart Mountain Trail, Hidden Coal Mine Trail, Jewell Pass Trail, Many Springs Interpretive Trail, Middle Lake Interpretive Trail, Montane Interpretive Trail, Mount Kidd Interpretive Trail, Prairie View Trail, Quaite Valley Trail, Ribbon Creek Trail, Ribbon Creek/Link/Kovach/Terrace Loop Trail, Ribbon Falls/Lake Trail, Evan-Thomas Trail, Skogan Pass Trail, Skogan/Marmot Basin Route Trail, Skogan/Ruthie's/Troll Falls/Hay Meadow Loop Trail, Skogan/Sunburst/High Level Loop Trail, Stoney, Stoney/Ruthie's/Skogan Pass Trail, Terrace/Kovach/Aspen Loop Trail, Terrace (South) Trail, Terrace/Terrace Link Loop Trail, Wasootch Creek Trail, Wedge Connector Trail, Wedge Pond Trail, Widowmaker Trail, Jewell Bay Backcountry Campground, Kananaskis Country, Map Facilities: Canoe Meadows Campground, canoe Meadows Day Use, Canoe Meadows Group Camping -- 6905 False
    • Spray Valley Trail Map (North) Map, Kananaskis - Spray Valley PP, Bow Valley WPP, Spray Valley Trail Map (South) Campground: Eau Claire, Lillian Lake Backcountry, Ribbon Falls Backcountry, Ribbon Lake Backcountry, Spray Lakes West, Rummel Lake Winter Backcountry Day Use: Buller Mountain, Driftwood, Galatea, Goat Creek, Mt. Shark, Opal, Sparrowhawk, Spray Lake, Wedge Pond Trails: Buller Creek, High Rockies (Winter), Spray Road West, Buller Pass, High Rockies (Summer) -- 6905 False
    • Eau Claire Trail Interpretive Pamphlet Map, Kananaskis, Spray Valley PP, Eau Claire Interpretive Trail, Map -- 6905 False
    • Regulations
    • Safe Boating Guide

Updated: Feb 21, 2024