RVing in Alberta puts campres up close with spectacular nature.
Most RVers in Alberta start their getaway in Calgary or Edmonton, from where campers can access all sorts of adventure. Private RV parks across the province are loaded with amenities, including clean bathrooms, convenience stores, laundry facilities, dump stations, and sandy beaches. Alberta's extensive network of provincial parks also have ample RV camping options, though it's well worth planning ahead, especially in peak season, to ensure that public RV sites are available. Alberta's national parks, including Banff, Elk Island, Jasper, Wood Buffalo National Park, and Waterton Lakes (which offers full-service pull-throughs and back-in electrical sites) also feature RV camping services, including hot showers, playgrounds, biking trails, and kayaking. Visitors to popular spots like Lake Louise are strongly advised to park their RV in designated areas and utilize park shuttles to see the sights.