9 RV Parks near Hill Spring, Alberta
Aug 2017 - $30.00
Water & Electric at sites, dump station available. Sites are grass and fairly level. We oped for the buffet dinner and music show, $77 for 2 and thoroughly enjoyed both. Our view of the Rockies was somewhat obscured due to smoke from the forest fires in British Columbia. About 30 miles to fuel station or to Waterton Lakes National Park. Waterton is very scenic and is a continuation of Glacier National Park. Restrooms are clean but older. - DRKM
May 2017 - $71.00
Price is in Canadian money and includes a buffet dinner and musical show. Office personnel was very helpful and courteous. You camp on grass and the view is spectacular. We really enjoyed the buffet and show. - rolling homeless
Sep 2016 - $50.00
A fun place to stay, the live music was very entertaining and the food was fantastic! The hosts are very welcoming. Close enough to Waterton lakes park for a day trip and the carriage museum in Cardston is a must see as well. We will definitely be back again. Close enough you can see the rockies from there. - MJB
Aug 2014 - $34.00
Campground is about six kilometers east of Waterton Lakes National Park. There is a wonderful view of the mountains from this campground. The problem is the amperage for the electricity. The service is 30 amp, but it is a very weak 30 amps. It was cold and rainy while we were here. Usually, we run 2 portable electric heaters on 30 amps to keep us warm, but we couldn’t run even one of the heaters without losing power. The park is nice, though, and the grounds are well-maintained. If you plan to be here when neither heat or air conditioning is needed, it’s a great place to camp at while visiting Waterton Lakes National Park. - Bobbi1948
Aug 2017 - $35.00
The park is located a short drive to the Waterton park and town. We had a pull through site that included a picnic table and more than adequate space for trailer and pick up. The park is actually larger than you can see upon entering. There are many shaded areas and tenting areas. A trail is located on the property maintained by the local conservancy group. There is a coin laundry on site and a small store. It had minimum supplies but that may have been that the season was coming to an end. We chose to leave after two days whensmoke from the local fires was getting much too think. We had enjoyed time in Waterton but did no hiking or biking again because of the smoke. It was an easy drive to Pitcher Creek for major grocery shopping at the co-op but there is also a Walmart. - John-Jean
Aug 2017 - $36.00
This camp will close for the winter October 1, 2017, and may never reopen. The park's land is being added to the national park. It's possible the park will reopen as a provincial park. - Mtmoi
Aug 2017 - $45.00
We stayed here for four nights. Two nights were $45 Cdn and two nights were $55 Cdn due to a long weekend surcharge. This campground is within minutes drive to the Waterton National Parks main entrance. I'm sure everyone staying at this park does so because it's so hard to get a camping spot right in the Waterton townsite. Our site, 59, was flat and easy to pull into with enough space to open the awning comfortably. We thoroughly enjoyed the adjacent nature trail and the excellent photo viewpoints. The RV area is very open with few trees, however, the tenting area is cut out of a heavily treed area. Quite the contrast. We were there on a long weekend and the campground was very very busy. This may have led to washrooms being not too clean. We opted not to use them or the showers. The staff was very friendly and helpful, doing their best to accommodate everyone. You had to pay extra for WiFi and tried it out for only one day but the signal was too weak to use. There are no services close by and limited services (gas and groceries) in Waterton. Make sure you stock up in Pincher Creek. We enjoyed the immediate area and, of course, loved Waterton Park. We would stay here again but would make the Townsite campgrounds our first choice. - HowieS82
Sep 2017 - $30.00
Nice large park along a small river in Cardston. Plenty of trees for shade. Level gravel sites with full hook ups. Also has a off leash area for dogs to run. - hhendrix
Sep 2016 - $23.00
Quiet park with large sites. In late September, when we were there, there was no one in the office. It was handled much like the National Parks in the US. Pick out a spot, put your money in an envelope and you are done. We will stay here on our next visit to Cardston. - RagFtw
Aug 2015 - $21.00
Easy access, easy back-in, plenty of room in site. Nice grassy area around sites. Quick and easy check-in. Price was for W&E only. - jandjmichael
Sep 2016 - $22.00
Delightful small campground along Pincher Creek, AB. Level back-in spots with picnic tables and fire rings. Friendly camp host! Showers are clean and included in camp fee. Firewood is available for purchase. A few sites will accommodate 40' units and sites are assigned by camphost. Cash, debit and credit cards accepted. Wifi worked great while we were there. Dump station and potable water near entrance. Propane is available at a nearby service station and a larger dump station at the Co-op 2 miles away (which is also a great place to hookup tow vehicles!) - Terry P
Aug 2016 - $20.00
This is a "power only" park. No sewer or water at your site. However, there are potable water risers very close by. We could have run a water hose (maybe two) to the riser to top up our tanks had we needed to though, instead hauling jerry cans. The showers and bathrooms on site were spotless. Each site has a nice fire ring topped with an adjustable BBQ grate suitable for cooking over a wood fire. Free wifi but a bit weak. There is a sani-dump handy in the park as you depart. I don't believer there are any pull thru sites. - User3527
Jun 2014 - $25.00
This is a great place to spend a night or even a few days while in Pincher Creek, AB. Electric only but good Wi-Fi. Dump Station and fresh water available. Host is very friendly and helpful. We stayed here, in the rain, for one night only, but would return. It is a very pretty little park right in Town and on the Pincher Creek. Lots of trees and grass. - Saskanna
Jun 2013 - $35.00
Limited hours when office was open and self registration was in effect at time of visit. When I tried to register in person during evening business hours no one showed up. List of reserved sites on bulletin board and first come first serve for the rest. Our site was a fairly level gravel back-in. Electric was only 15 amp and I had to use a long extension cord and adapter to use it. Sewer connection was a home made affair with a corrugated pipe inside a wooden box that had a hole in the side where my sewer connector got pushed into the pipe. With my sewer support I was able to get a sold fit, but I have never seen such a wonky set up. No cable TV, but a couple of weak analog channels off the antenna. Wi-Fi was available near the office only. I don't think I would bother coming back here again. - Onemoretrail
Aug 2017 - $43.00
August 20 & 21 Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, Canada, Townsite, Waterton Lakes, Site B15, $43, full hookups, This Canadian National Park campground is in walking distance of the town and Cameron Falls. It is big with a number of loops. Mostly open sites in the sun. Bathhouses and showers were nice. Our site was gravel but many of the roads need repair. The ranger show at night about the 150 years of history of this park was an excellent and creative presentation. We were here two nights driving over from St. Mary's Campground in Glacier taking route 89 to Chief Mt. Highway (17) to Waterton Lakes, Canada. The road travels through open range with the mountains in the background. Need your passports and dog records for the border stop but it was quick. So much to do in this town and park. Drive the Akamina Parkway to Cameron Lake, Red Rock Parkway to Red Rock Canyon, visit the Historic Prince of Wales Hotel, shop and eat in the town right on the lake, take a boat ride and see wildlife. Deer, bears and tons of Big Horned Sheep. We saw Big Horned Sheep on both drives right on the road and on the main street in town about a dozen of them, including babies, walked towards us as we were driving in. One bear crossed in front of us as we were coming down the driveway from the hotel. It was a good two days at this park. - gsnakehill
Aug 2017 - $30.00
Check-in at the registration kiosk was quick and efficient since we had a reservation. At this time of year, the campground is usually full, so make reservations for at least July and August. Campground roads are sealcoat gravel and I noticed a few potholes, but nothing major. This campground has a variety of sites from no services to full hookups. Our site (A25) had full hookups. It was a fairly level, gravel pull-through that included a picnic table on a concrete pad. Electric and water connections were in the middle while the sewer dump was in the middle of the parking pad which made it a challenge to connect. All hookups worked fine, but the sewer needed extra hose and a bit of fiddling to drain properly. For those sites without sewer, there is a dump station on Waterton Avenue close to the mouth of Cameron Creek. The surrounding grass landscape was full of gopher holes made by the hundreds of the resident ground squirrels. We had some great views of the surrounding mountains. Picked up 2 channels on OTA TV, but chose to watch satellite since our site was wide open. There was a notice that the park Wi-Fi was down and nearest open access was a block away near the village playground. There are a series of trails through the campground that go to Cameron Falls, Upper Waterton Lake, and connections to other trails further into the mountains. There is an Interpretive Theatre on the falls trail. The village is walking distance away. We would definitely stay here again for any future visits to the area. - Onemoretrail
Jul 2017 - $40.00
We loved the location of the park. You are steps from Waterton Lakes, in my opinion one of the most beautiful views in the Rockies. You are also a walk or bike ride from the town with many shops and restaurants. A bit longer ride/walk will get you to the park office and Prince of Wales Hotel. The campground is within walking distance to several trail heads. We hiked Bertha Falls trail and it was beautiful. Our complaint about the campground was the roads. Many potholes! Deer in Waterton are plentiful so don't be surprise if you find them wandering the campground. There were movies every night shown about nature and wildlife in the ampitheater. - 4RollingGs
Sites: 82 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 2 Reviews
Jul 2015 - $30.00
Charming primitive campground. Nice big sites near the river. Very quiet and scenic. Lots of shade, the trees are well trimmed for taller rigs.
No host on site, registration is on the honor system.
The only hookup is electric. - Impkitti
Jul 2015 - $27.00
There are 52 unserviced (no power) sites and 30 with power. They advertise 15 amp, but all outlets are 30 amp.
There is one serviced site (#1), with power, water and sewer. But it is marked "host", but unoccupied.
There is a notice that the water spigots (three?) may be out due to construction, and they were at the time we were there.
A number of the serviced sites a marked "reserved" and are supposed to be occupied only by reservation. At the time we were there, none were.
This campground is very quiet, even with the near-by bridge rebuilding.
Due to the bridge work the "up the hill" Old Man Recreation site is not easily available, so the dump-site, shower, etc are not easily accessible (a long drive around is required).
The "bathhouses" on site are all pit-toilets (with electric lights).
We would stay here again. - wetterwashington
Jul 2015 - $30.00
This would have a better rating if water & sewer were available. Good park for hiking & biking. - User3196
May 2012 - $24.00
This is a great place to stay for a family as the park is great and walking distance from all sites. If you want the power sites, you will need to book well in advance. Very quiet, great walking trails and people are very nice. there is a lake to fish in as well. I would recommend this site! Be forewarned however, if camping during mosquito season, you will leave that campground with the fast reflexes of a Kung Fu Master! - threeunderthreeSAHM
Aug 2008 - $15.00
This is a rustic park with plentiful vault toilets, several potable water faucets but none at individual sites and no showers. The sites are shaded and private sites and approximately 25 with electricity. They are a couple of dollars more expensive. For RVs the lake is within walking distance via a nature trail. Separate tent sites are on the lake. Fishing, a boat ramp (small boats only), wildlife viewing, playground and numerous well marked trails are available. For ice fishing and cross country skiing in the winter there are small huts with wood burning stoves beside the river. A serene and scenic park approximately 5 miles from town. - caragamuffin