KOA Campgrounds in Alberta

Alberta is a Great Place to Visit!

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Camping in Alberta

Along the western border of Alberta, the Canadian Rockies rise with scenic views of steep, serrated peaks. Jasper National Park and Banff National Park are rich with blue-tinged glaciers and teal-green lakes. Connected to the two parks is one of North America's most stunning roads — the 142-mile Icefields Parkway along the Columbia Icefields parallels the Continental Divide. Tents, cabins and RV campgrounds in Alberta await just a dozen miles from Jasper's east gate. Beautiful routes lead north to Alaska or east to the foothills, where pioneers created a rich ranching culture. Today Calgary is famous for hosting the annual Calgary Stampede and the 1988 Winter Olympic Games.

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Popular Alberta Attractions

  • Banff
  • Lake Louise
  • Kananaskis Valley
  • Waterton Lakes National Park
  • Royal Tyrrell Museum
  • Dinosaur Adventure

Find Your Alberta Campground

Drumheller / Dinosaur Trail KOA Holiday Photo
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Drumheller / Dinosaur Trail KOA Holiday
Drumheller, AB
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Grande Prairie KOA Journey
County of Grande Prairie No. 1, AB
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Hinton / Jasper KOA Holiday Photo
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Hinton / Jasper KOA Holiday
Hinton, AB
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Lethbridge KOA Journey Photo
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Lethbridge KOA Journey
Lethbridge, AB
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Camp Near the Best Alberta Attractions

Travelers visit from around the world to see the stunning landscapes around Alberta, Canada. Surrounding terrain includes over 600 lakes. If you are an outdoor enthusiast, you will love exploring the Athabasca Glacier, where you can step onto ice formed up to 400 years ago. A tour on the Jasper Tramway guides visitors through the Canadian Rockies with views of six mountain ranges, the Athabasca River, glacial-fed lakes and the mountain town. Some adventures include whitewater rafting in Canada's western parks or gliding on a river safari boat through the planet's only inland temperate rainforest.

Drive up the wild Fiddle Valley and soak in the Miette Hot Springs with amazing views of the Rockies. Horseback riding on Highway 40 also provides picturesque landscapes. To see birds and wildlife in the wetlands, visit Elizabeth Hall Wetlands at dawn or dusk. The Prairie Provinces Region offers many must-see parks like Wood Buffalo National Park and Elk Island National Park. Attractions in Edmonton include the largest mall in North America, West Edmonton Mall. You also will not want to miss The Royal Saskatchewan Museum and other arts and science centers

Choose From Various Ways to Stay in Alberta

Many campers exploring Alberta choose KOA for its ample lodging and site options. Staying close to creeks and meadows near mountains offers an oasis. Whether you'd love to spend your time in the magnificent outdoors or prefer homier accommodations, we have something for everyone. Depending on which campground you choose, you will find various options such as:

  • Tent camping: Outdoor enthusiasts truly experience the marvelous landscapes with tent camping. KOA Tent Sites allow you to enjoy nature with access to amenities at the Alberta campgrounds throughout your stay for your convenience.
  • Camping Cabins: For a rustic feel in natural surroundings, book one of our Camping Cabins in Alberta. Beds and electricity provide everything you need for a relaxing oasis and allow you to leave your camping gear at home.
  • Camping Cabins: Leave the tent at home and enjoy a rustic cabin in the woods. Our cozy Camping Cabins are the ideal solution for those who love camping, but prefer a roof over their head, a bed and electricity.
  • Deluxe Cabins: Watching the sunrise over the hills is the perfect way to wake up in a KOA Deluxe Cabin in Alberta. Additionally, after whitewater rafting or hiking, you will be able to enjoy your private bathroom and some added luxuries like a TV, full or partial kitchen and a KOA Patio® at some cabins for a comfortable stay.
  • RV Sites: A clean KOA RV Site offers amenities like plenty of space to pull in, 30- and 50-amp service, electric and water hookups, waste disposal, and sometimes, sites feature a KOA Patio®
  • Other unique lodging options: Many travelers desire unique accommodations like Glamping Tents, teepees, Airstream trailers and more. Check the location of your choice for one-of-a-kind lodging options you won't be able to find anywhere else.

Benefits of Staying at a KOA Campground in Alberta

KOA Campgrounds host visitors for all kinds of trips, whether they are traveling on a solo adventure, on a journey with friends or on a family vacation. Our dedicated staff helps make your trip a success and can provide an Alberta campground map to help you find everything you need. Hear the best local and tourist spots to visit and make plenty of fun memories to treasure. We offer affordable options including tons of excellent amenities to make your stay cozy and comfortable, including:

  • Restrooms with hot water
  • Laundry facilities
  • KOA Store for camping essentials
  • Playgrounds for children
  • Planned family-friendly activities at many campgrounds
  • Recreational games
  • A pool at some campgrounds
  • Dog parks at some locations
  • Onsite hiking and fishing
  • Outdoor eating areas
  • And so much more

Book a Trip to Alberta

Ready to see Alberta? Book lodging, a Tent Site or an RV Site at one of our campgrounds by choosing your desired location. Then, pick your preferred dates and accommodations. Many of our spots fill up fast during peak season at the campgrounds, so reserve your stay today! Scenic views of the Canadian Rockies near gorgeous glaciers and lakes await.

Alberta Campgrounds Map

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