Campgrounds and Parks

All Saddle Hills County campgrounds are now open as per Phase 2 of the Province's Re-Launch Strategy. Please use our campgrounds responsibly.

COVID-19 preventative measures are still in effect.

 

 Moonshine Lake Provincial Park

Only a five minute drive from Blueberry General Store, Moonshine lake has plenty to do for visitors looking to relax and enjoy nature. With 110 stalls all with electric hook ups going year-round, the Park is ready for your next adventure. Whether you're looking to get out in your paddleboat and fish for rainbow trout or cross-country ski on the Park's relaxing trails and get some ice fishing in, Moonshine Lake is a must-see while you're in Saddle Hills County.

For more info, visit Alberta Parks.

 Cotillion Campground

With 20 overnight stalls, all with parking space, fire pits, and picnic tables, Cotillion Park is your best spot in the County to stay if you want to explore the Peace River. The sheltered group area has a firepit, washroom, showers, and a playground nearby for a relaxing day with the family. Just a minute down the road past the sheltered group area, the woods open up to the glorious Peace River. The best boating in all the Peace Country is along this iconic river, and Cotillion Park has some of the best access in the area.

For more info, visit Travel Alberta.

 Hilltop Lake Campground

Located southwest of Woking, the Hilltop Lake Campground is a great getaway from the city life. The lake is fantastic for a relaxing day out paddle boating, and has a fantastic day use area complete with horseshoe pits. There are no user fees for camping, so Hilltop is fantastic for when you just want to get out into nature.

For more info, visit Travel Alberta.

 Spring Lake Campground

Just an hour northwest of Grande Prairie, Spring Lake Campground is your stop in the County for fishing. The lake is stocked with rainbow trout and brookies which you can prep at the fish cleaning station in the day use area (if you catch any, that is). Non-motorized boats are allowed on the lake, and the 30 overnight stalls come with parking, fire pits, picnic tables, and of course, space to camp.

Visit the Campground's Facebook Page for news and info. To book a site at Spring Lake Campground please visit the Camp Reservations Canada website.

 

If you have any questions, feel free to contact our Recreation Coordinator.