We acknowledge that all Recreation and Culture facilities are located on the homeland of the many diverse First Nations and Métis people whose ancestors have walked this land since time immemorial. We are grateful to work, live and learn on the traditional territory of Treaty 8

Overnight Camping - Group and Individual

County Campgrounds are now open for the season. Summer DAY-USE hours are  from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. from May 15, 2024 through October 15, 2024.  

Visit these locations for a great camping experience. 

For special events or group functions, please review our Event and Group Use Directive first.

A $7 nightly fire permit fee will be in place at all County campgrounds to supplement the costs of firewood handling and firepit safety maintenance.

In addition to existing online booking systems at Pipestone Creek and Hythe Municipal Campgrounds, online booking is available for the Demmitt, Hommy, Bear Lake and Kleskun Hill campgrounds, January 1, 2023.

 Campground Online Bookings

 

FacilityDatesSitesReservation Process

May 15 to October 15

1 Group Campsite

May 15 to October 15

16 sites and 1 group site  

– un-serviced 

 Online

May 15 to October 15 

15 un-serviced sites

 

 

May 15 to October 15 

23 powered sites

Online

May 15 to October 15 

21 full-service sites plus an un-serviced tenting area 

Online

May 15 to October 15 

9 un-serviced sites 

Online

May 15 to October 15

1 Group Campsite

 Online

May 15 to October 15 

99 sites and  

2 group areas (see service details

*In-person registration will also be available for those without internet access. Please see the Park Host upon arrival. Spaces will be limited.

Please note: the Pipestone Creek Campground uses a different online booking system than the other campgrounds with online bookings.

Canoe on Bear Lake
Bear Lake Campground

On the north shore of Bear Lake, 20 minutes from Grande Prairie

Demmitt Campground site
Demmitt Campground

On Hwy 43 near the AB/B.C border

Hommy Campground
Hommy Campground

On the Beaverlodge River at Albright

Hythe Campground
Hythe Municipal Campground

Located in the hamlet of Hythe 45 minutes Grande Prairie

Kleskun Hill Campground
Kleskun Hill Campground

15 minutes east of Grande Prairie

Pipestone Creek Campground
Pipestone Creek Campground

On the Wapiti River south of Wembley

Group Overnight Camping 

These areas are day use until 11 PM and can be booked for group camping functions. No individual camping available.

Bear Hill Park
Bear Hill Park

5 minutes from La Glace

Old Bezanson Townsite
Old Bezanson Townsite

South of Bezanson

Day Use Areas

These areas are ideal for day trips. No overnight stays allowed.

Walking the dog
Evergreen Ridge Recreation Area

Near Evergreen Park

Red Willow Park
Red Willow Park

On the Red Willow River south of Beaverlodge

Tamarack Recreation Area
Tamarack Recreation Area
Located approximately 5.5 km south of Grande Prairie via Hwy 40
Valhalla Centre Park
Valhalla Centre Park

On Hwy 59 in Valhalla Centre

Playgrounds

Use this map to locate one of our 27 playgrounds.

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Playground Maintenance Update

We wanted to inform you about some essential maintenance work happening at Rae Dolemo Park, specifically related to the playground area.

Upon recent inspection, it was identified that two spring-mounted fixtures in the playground did not meet CPSI standards. As part of our commitment to safety these fixtures are being removed on Wednesday, November 29, 2023. Due to current frost conditions, reinstalling the fixtures is not feasible at this time.  The reinstallation of the fixtures will take place in Spring 2024 when weather conditions permit, ensuring a safe and cost-effective solution. We understand the inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding as we work to maintain a safe and enjoyable environment for everyone.

Bear Smart

Whenever you venture outdoors, practice Bear Smart principles. We want all your wildlife experiences to be positive and safe for you and the animals.

  • Stay in a Group
  • Make noise
  • Keep pets on leash
  • Don't feed wildlife
  • Carry bear spray or bear bangers
  • Don't use noise cancelling headphones or ear buds with loud music

Learn More!