Bear Lake Campground
Blue-green algae bloom advisory issued for Bear Lake (July 22, 2019)
Visit the Alberta Health Services website for details.
An ideal lake for canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding windsurfing, and other personal watercraft, Bear Lake is four miles wide and six miles long. It is only six feet deep at its deepest.
Located on the north shore of Bear Lake, just 23 km northwest of Grande Prairie.
Head north on Hwy #2, three km past Clairmont to Twp Road 730 (Mercer Hill Road). Turn west and follow the signs.
Turn south off secondary Hwy # 672 (Emerson Trail) on Range Road 72, then proceed 4 km to the park.
Site Contact: Cherie-Ann
Season: May 15 to October 15
Rates: $26.00/night per campsite, telephone reservations accepted. Occupancy permitted at each campsite is one hard sided camping unit, one tent (site permitting) and one vehicle. Day use shelter $100.00/day or $50.00 for 1/2 day. Group overnight camping available at $130.00/night for a maximum of 5 units(Includes group firepit and picnic tables). Payments are available on site by point of sale using debit, Visa or Mastercard. Cash payments are also accepted. Sorry we do not accept cheques or American Express.
- Onsite caretaker year round
- 19 sites; no hook-ups
- Non-potable water available by tap
- Day use rental shelter with wood stove, family day-use picnic site, outdoor restrooms, playgrounds, ball diamond, firepits, free firewood
Please note the boat launch is for small hand-launched watercraft only.
The County of Grande Prairie welcomes festival attendees to make reservations at Bear Lake Campground for their stay in the Grande Prairie area. We are a short drive from Grande Prairie and offer a peaceful place to camp on the beautiful shores of Bear Lake, complete with our very own banjo playing bear mascot! Sorry - no shuttle in 2019 due to low ridership in 2018.
Please contact our Park Host, Cherie-Ann at 780-567-4105 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your campsite.
- Group Overnight Camping & Day-Use
- Campgrounds & Parks Regulations & Etiquette
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- Grande Prairie Regional Tourism Association