Campgrounds & Parks

Following the Provincial decision to restrict access to Parks facilities, County of Grande Prairie Parks and Campgrounds are closed to public access until further notice.

As stated by the Province, this decision is an important step to help stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Individuals looking for recreation opportunities should choose options close to home, like going for a walk in their neighbourhood, while following the advice of government health experts on physical distancing and public gatherings.

Campground reservations open January 1, 2020: Online reservations available for Pipestone Creek only; all others may be reserved by contacting the campground directly. See individual campground page for contact information. If you are booking a group use area for 2020 you can make the reservation online (Pipestone) or via telephone. You will be contacted by our Park Host to discuss the new Event & Group Use agreement [PDF - 240 KB] which must be signed 60 days prior to arrival as a condition of this rental.

Whether you want to walk where the dinosaurs did, follow the wagon trail of the first pioneers, let the wind carry you across a lake, or play a round of golf on one of the area courses, the County of Grande Prairie is a place to unwind, relax and maybe learn something new.

In addition to dinosaur digs, badlands topography, heritage villages, windsurfing, bird watching and geocaching, the County operates eight parks and campground facilities. Every campground has a golf course within a 20-minute drive.

Four of the County's campgrounds have resident Park Hosts who attend to their customers to provide the following services: complimentary firewood; daily site supervision and assistance; campsite visitation; and management of activity. Please note that all County campgrounds are family orientated environments and campground quiet hours are enforced to ensure that everyone enjoys a positive experience.

County Campgrounds

View a map that shows the location of our parks.

County Day-use Parks

  • Old Bezanson Townsite
    Is for general public use, can be reserved for group day-use functions and overnight camping for groups with three or more RV units. It's located just 12 km southeast of Bezanson. No individual overnight camping or parking is permitted.
  • Red Willow Park
    Is a day-use park only. It's located on secondary Hwy #722, southwest of Beaverlodge. No overnight camping or parking is permitted.
  • Valhalla Centre Park
    Located in Valhalla Centre on Hwy # 59.

Cancellation Policy

For County campgrounds that accept individual or group site telephone reservations (Hommy, Bear Lake, Kleskun, Old Bezanson Townsite and Bear Hill), the following Cancellation terms apply:

  • Camping fee refunds are determined by the notice provided:
    • If three days (72 hours) or more before 2:00 pm on the scheduled day of arrival, all camping fees are refunded.
    • If two days (48 hours) or more before 2:00 pm on the scheduled day of arrival, one night’s camping fee is forfeited.
    • If less than 48 hours but more than 24 hours’ notice before 2:00 pm on the scheduled day of arrival, two nights’ camping fees are forfeited.
    • If less than 24 hours’ notice, no refund available.
  • There is no additional cancellation fee or penalty
  • Camping fee refunds must be applied to the card used for the original transaction and will be processed by the Park Host within five business days 
  • Refunds are not provided outside of the above notification criteria for advisories including inclement weather, ground/site conditions, water quality, air quality, wild animals, insects/pests, fire bans, liquor bans, car trouble, getting lost or evictions

At Pipestone Creek Campground a similar cancellation policy is in effect - see here for full details

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