5 Parks near Claresholm, Alberta
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Well kept campground/park in the middle of town. Some shade trees, sites are large and grassy. Back-in sites. Bathroom and showers were clean. Very friendly hostess. Walking areas, playground nearby. Would definitely stay again. - mntraveler
Aug 2016 - $30.00
In all honesty, I don't recall the exact price, but thought it was very reasonable.
This little campground is a gem! Easy access to the highway, well-marked, good roads within the park. We fit our 45 ft motorhome into a back-in spot with room to spare. There was only 30 amp electric service and water. There are a few full hookup sites available but none were open during our stay. No trees on our site, so the satellite worked great.
Would definitely stay here again! - MerBee
Jun 2015 - $28.00
This is a hidden gem with nice level back-in sites with good utilities. The Wi-Fi works well but will time out after a period of time, just log back in. No cable and we were not able to receive any over the air channels. Easy to get to and easy to get around in. Very friendly host that will tell you about the area and things to do. We would stay here again. - dandg
May 2015 - $40.00
Level, gravel sites in a park-like setting. Plenty of grass, trees, and a walking trail around a pretty little lake. Clean, quiet park, and grass was mowed. Friendly, helpful staff. We couldn't get WiFi or TV reception (antenna), but would stay here again. - FranM
Jun 2014 - $30.00
This is a very nice campground located on a lake near the small town of Granum. We stayed in one of the rear pull-through sites with 30 amp electric and water in the open with no trees. We did not have our cell phones or MiFi on while in Canada and could not pick up the campground Wi-Fi at our site. We were able to use our rooftop DirecTV satellite. Did not use the bathhouse or laundry. Owners were very friendly and helpful. There is a local fuel station, but be careful because they only accept debit or cash. We would stay here again if in the area. - roadking
Sep 2013 - $25.00
Park-like setting - grass and big trees; very pretty and quiet. We found gravel sites to be quite level. We are PA, so paid half rate ($12.50). We didn't realize they had 30 amp; we chose our site based on tree location for our satellite dish, which is mounted on the roof of our motorhome. So 15 amp wasn't adequate to run more than one appliance (threw the breaker a few times), but was fine for one night. Would stay here again. - mjac
Sep 2016 - $28.00
Daisy Mae was my first campground in Glorious Alberta, Canada via San Antonio, Texas in search of Western Canada wildlife and the Alaska Canada Highway. I arrived late afternoon June 2017 without a reservation. The staff were so helpful and friendly I thought maybe they were transplanted Texans. Although there were plenty of campers, it being summer vacation, there was a back in site with water and electric waiting just for me. After setting up camp, I went for a riverside walk along The Oldman River and lo and behold, a real live Big Beaver came swimming across the river and started trolling for dinner along the riverbank. He didn't pay me no heed at all with me walking alongside taking his picture and marveling at such a sight I would not have seen if I was sitting in my rig watching tv or playing games on a compute. Then a big ol deer came swimming across the river. My my my. what a sight. - Norrin Radd
Sep 2016 - $35.00
We had a good site with full hookups. A day trip to Pincher Creek and a visit to Kootenai Pioneer Museum was very interesting. We recommend the pizza at the Grill in Pincher Creek for lunch. There is a 9 hole golf course right across the street from the campground. - Idletime
Aug 2016 - $35.00
This park is badly in need of major upgrades. Electric/water connections are not safe, and all coupled together inconveniently at the back of the site. Many of the concrete pads at the sites are broken up. Trees are overgrown, not maintained. After jockeying around with the RV to try to angle into the site with the trees, we asked to make a very minor trim to one of the tree branches in order to not puncture one slide cover. We got a lot of flack, 'oh, everyone says they need to cut the trees'....and then finally 'we don't give a x@# what you do' from the woman running the place. While the young lady checking us in was friendly and helpful, the folks that live on site and run it--not so, not 'customer focused' at all.
If you want a fire--you rent a fire ring, which comes with the wood. You are not allowed to bring in your own wood.
The park itself is just very shabby looking, so you can see why it isn't heavily used, despite being one of the very few options in the area. Looks like they had cable at one time, but lines are cut and useless. Can't get satellite for all of the untrimmed trees. And you'll want to watch TV, because nothing much else to do. The town, Fort Macleod? Forget it! Feels like a forgotten ghost of a town trying desperately to make itself a tourist stop. Don't bother! The only thing worth seeing in the area is Head-Smashed-In Buffalo jump; my recommendation is do that as an hour or so stop along the way to somewhere else. - Desert Girl 4932
Jun 2013 - $28.00
Campground is closed. Received this email when I enquired: Sorry but the campground has been permanently closed. Buffalo Plains - CamperEd
Aug 2012 - $28.00
Very nice people run this little park in the middle of the prairie. We were on our way west when we decided to stop at Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump and this park is close to there. Nice wide sites and everything was clean. We stayed using the Good Sam discount. - vagabond8400
Aug 2012 - $28.00
Old but clean. Separate bills for laundry, and Laundry room located Wi-Fi. Sites gravel and well spaced. Close to Head Smash Buffalo Jump which is well worth seeing. - mjtesky
Sep 2016 - $20.00
15amp service, water and dump at entrance. Fully treed, but beautifully wide lots for slides. Picnic tables and fire pits.
Right in the middle of a small community. - Sequoia1