Pipestone Creek Campground
A dramatic drive down the river valley where Pipestone Creek meets the Wapiti River lies the hidden valley of Pipestone Creek Park. Located along the Wapiti River, near one of the richest areas for dinosaur fossils in western Canada, and the largest site in the world for Pachyrhinosaurus fossils.
Thanks to this ultra-rich fossil bone-bed, we are proud to be the home of the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur museum.
The park is located just 16 kilometres south of Wembley. Head west on Hwy #43, then south through the Town of Wembley, and follow signs to the park.
Season: May 11 to October 15
Rates: $25.00/night per campsite (unserviced); $35.00/night per campsite (power); $250.00/night for Group Area; $250.00/Group Day Use Area
- Onsite caretaker
- Day use area with playground, outdoor restrooms, firepits, free firewood, trails, picnic tables, and small dinosaur museum complete with fossils
- 99 sites (14 sites with power)
- New dual public sani-dump
- Dinosaur themed playground, horseshoe pits, frisbee golf course, walking trails to dinosaur bonebed
- Firepits and free firewood
- Group camping with shelter and wood stove, power for 10 units.
- Non-potable water
Bear Creek Folk Festival - August 11-15
The Pipestone Creek Campground has a number of sites reserved for Bear Creek Folk Festival attendees that interested in camping for their stay in the region. Festival attendees are offered a $5 discount per night (August 11-14) for both serviced and unserviced sites. The discount will be applied upon proof of purchase of a festival pass. Reservations are first-come-first-serve and can be made by calling 780-766-2391.