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10+ Family-Friendly Alberta RV Campgrounds To Visit This Summer

Finding a family-friendly campsite can be difficult. You want to make sure that there will be plenty of hookups and safe campsites for your RV, lots of things to do for you and your kids, and access to non-camping amenities like medical care, grocery stores, etc. Here is our list of the best family friendly campsites you can park your RV at!

Dinosaur Trail RV Resort

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Located: 11km west of Drumheller, 294004 N Dinosaur Trail, Drumheller, AB T0J 0Y0

Dinosaur Trail RV Resort is one of the best possible places to take a family RV vacation. The campsites are just minutes away from Hoodoos and great hiking trails, you’re only a couple minutes from town in case you need to pick something up or you need to relax at a restaurant. Plus, the Royal Tyrrell Museum is available for a fun family excursion that is educational and very cool!

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Two Jack Lakeside Campground

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Location: 12km northeast of Banff, Banff National Park Of Canada, Lake Minnewanka Scenic Dr, Improvement District No. 9, AB T1L 1K2

Two Jack is a fantastic campsite for families as you are right by a lake for fun, water activities as well as right by Banff. Hiking trails, swimming, and campfires may be all you need when the weather is great, but having close access to a town can be a saving grace for families if the weather becomes less than ideal. Enjoy the great picnic sights and lake adventures with this great, family-friendly campsite.

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Wabasso Campground

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Location: AB-93A, Jasper, AB T0E 1E0

Wabasso Campground is a great place to take your family for a camping trip. Only 20 minutes away from the town of Jasper, this campground has access to all that Jasper National Park has to offer. Go for hikes, go swimming, spend time outdoors, or maybe visit the hot springs. Jasper National Park has tons of wildlife and adventure, and Wabasso is a great site right along the Athabasca River.

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David Thompson Resort & Campground

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Location: AB-11, Cline River, AB

The David Thompson Resort & Campground is a great place to take your family camping. With full service RV campsites you can park your RV and have a great camping experience. However, if the weather turns or you’re in need of a little pampering, you will have close access to their restaurant, bar, convenience store, gift shop, and internet access. For those just getting into the RV experience, this campground is a great place to start.

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Lindbrook Star Gazer Campground

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Location: 51123 Range Rd 200, Tofield, AB T0B 4J1

Lindbrook Star Gazer Campground is a quant, full service campground just outside of Tofield. This campground is perfect for families with small children as you get the full camping experience less than an hour outside of Edmonton. With a pool, playground, beach volleyball court, and great walking trails, this campground is full of fun for the whole family without the long drive.

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Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park

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Location: NW 36 TW1 range 13, Milk River, AB T0K 1M0

Writing-on-Stone campground is a fantastic spot for families. With a full service campground you’ll have everything you need for a great camping experience. Plus, the provincial park has an Archaeological Preserve, self-guided Hoodoo trails and a number of amazing Indigenous petroglyphs. Áísínai’pi/Writing-on-Stone has long been a place where the Blackfoot people went to communicate with the spirit world, rock art is one of these ways of communication. Your whole family can go on tours, learn about the Indigenous history of the land, and have a great time camping.

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Tunnel Mountain Trailer Court Campground

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Location: Tunnel Mountain Rd, Banff, AB

This full service campsite just 3 km from Banff is a fantastic place to take your family camping. With plenty of hiking trails around the campsite, and tons of natural wonders surrounding you, there are endless outdoor activities here. Plus, you can easily visit the town of Banff at any time, you could even walk it’s so close!

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Chain Lakes Provincial Park Campground

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Location: 2308 AB-22, Nanton, AB T0L 1R0

Chain Lakes is a tranquil oasis, great for a relaxing camping trip. Enjoy plenty of water activities as you take your family swimming, soak up the sun on the beach, head out canoeing, windsurfing, saling, and more on the lake! Go for walks, and enjoy nature at this fantastic family-friendly campsite.

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Mount Kidd RV Park

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Location: 1 Mount Kidd Dr, Kananaskis, AB T0L 2H0

Mount Kidd RV campsite is a fun and family-friendly camping environment. South of Canmore and at the base of Mount Kidd, this campsite is fully services with a ton of great amenities. With access to hiking trails up and around the mountains, a tennis court, a playground, hot tubs, and a common room, this campsite is a great place for you and your kids to enjoy a weekend away.

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Pembina River Campground

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Location: Entwistle, AB T0E 0S0

Just an hour west of Edmonton, Pembina River Provincial Park is a fantastic place to camp for a couple days with your kids. The short drive makes it great for single night stays, and the park has tons to do! The most common activity is floating down the Pembina River. Bring your floaties and some sunscreen as you enjoy drifting down the river. Enjoy walking trails, communal picnic sites, and large fields to play in as well. 

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