Kleskun Hill Campground

Capture a glimpse of the northernmost badlands at Kleskun Hill Campground, located adjacent to the Kleskun Hill Natural Area and the Kleskun Hill Historical Village. Explore the fascinating cacti, native grasslands and land formations left behind after the ice age, step back in time at the historical village, or just relax while you enjoy the roar of an open fire.

The historic village contains a rentable hall and church for private functions. This is managed by the Kleskun Hill Museum Society.

Located 20 km northeast of Grande Prairie on Hwy #43, turn north on Range Road 41 for 4 km. Follow signs to the campground.

Phone: 780-567-3685
To book the hall or church, please call:  Lynn at 780-567-2221
Email: kleskun@countygp.ab.ca
Season: May 15 to October 15

Rates: $25.00/night per campsite or $60.00/day for the Group Area.  For individual campsites, payment is accepted in cash only.  Occupancy permitted at each campsite is one camping unit and one vehicle. For Group day use and overnight camping, payment is accepted in cash, debit, or credit card only.  No cheques. 

  • Onsite caretaker
  • 9 sites, no hook-ups
  • Nature themed playground
  • Potable water available from tap
  • Restrooms with showers, walking trails in natural area, historical village with hall rental available, 2 playgrounds, firepits and free firewood.

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Advanced Campsite Reservations for Special Events

The County of Grande Prairie is pleased to provide exclusive advance campsite reservations for the Bear Creek Folk Festival on August 18 - 20, 2017, and the Bezanson Fair and Homecoming on August 25 - 27, 2017 at Kleskun Hill Campground. Phone or email the campground to make your reservation.   All other campgrounds welcome event attendees, with campsites available on a first come, first served basis.