Castle Provincial Park

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  • Designated Camping Areas Fee Change

    Effective:  October 18, 2022

      Please be advised that starting June 1st, there will be a fee in place for the Designated Camping Areas (DCA). 

      • New this year there are developed areas that you can camp in now 
      • Please self register at the kiosk located within the Designated Camping Area you are located in 
      • Fill out the self registration envelope, keeping the tear off part as proof of registration
      • Cash or Cheque payments only

      Designated Camping Area 1, 2, 3 will have a fee of $20 per night 

      Designated Camping Area 4,5 and 6 will have a fee of $15 per night, this includes the undeveloped areas. 

      Designated Camping Area 7 remains closed for construction until 2024

      Designated Equestrian Camping Area will have a fee of $20 per night 

  • Construction Advisory - Decommission of Two Historic Oil Wells

    Effective:  August 17, 2022

      Two historic wells will be decommissioned within the Castle Wildland Provincial Park by the Orphan Well Association of Alberta. Public access to the West Castle Valley will be maintained for the duration of the project, with potential short term closures for equipment and public safety.

      • While equipment is being moved to and from the sites short term closures may occur at the bridge in the West Castle Valley and the Great Divide Trail South
      • Monitors will be on-site during these periods to ensure the public safety
      • The worksite will be restricted to project personnel only
      • Please use caution and respect all construction signage and equipment
      • Excessive noise is expected

      Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to or via phone at 403-297-6416. The OWA’s Emergency number is 1-844-440-0144

      For more information and for the latest updates regarding this project, please see the Community section of the following website 

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