Pipestone Creek Campground
As of April 1, 2018 individual and group reservations can be made for the entire 2018 camping season ending October 15, 2018. Construction on the expanded power network to additional sites will not commence until Fall 2018. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
The next time you plan to camp at Pipestone Creek Campground, you won’t need to drive out mid-week to secure your spot! Instead, book your site from the convenience of your home or smart device on our new online reservation system!
- Book individual campsites in advance up to October 15, 2018
- View a map that shows the location of each available site
- Read about individual site sizes, occupancy, and available amenities. Your reservation permits one camping unit and one vehicle per campsite.
- Select and reserve a campsite according to your own needs and preferences
- Pay your fees online via Visa or MasterCard.
- Onsite kiosk for bookings pay with Visa or Mastercard. (Prepaid Visa card are not compatible with the system)
- See Online Reservation Guidelines for further details,
The online reservation system for Pipestone Creek Campground was launched as a pilot program in 2017 and will continue for the 2018 campground season. The County is currently evaluating the merits of launching the system at other campgrounds in the future.
About Pipestone Creek Campground
A dramatic drive down the river valley where Pipestone Creek meets the Wapiti River lies the hidden valley of Pipestone Creek Campground. 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, Wembley is 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.
During the winter season, Pipestone day use area is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m and offers many outdoor opportunities: fire pits and free firewood, seating areas and tables, plus open spaces ideal for activities such as picnics, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and hiking.
Season: May 15 to October 15
Rates: $26.00/night per campsite (unserviced); $36.00/night per campsite (power); $300.00/night for Group Overnight Area 1; $125/night for Group Overnight Area 2; $250.00/Group Day Use Area
- On-site caretaker
- Day use area with playground, outdoor restrooms, fire pits, free firewood, trails, picnic tables, and a 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 bone bed
- Fire pits and free firewood
- Group camping with shelter and wood stove, power for ten units.
- Non-potable water