The best camping near Jasper Park Information Centre National Historic Site

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Athabasca RV Hideaway

1 site · RV5 acres · Hinton, AB
Camp amongst the trembling aspen trees on our 5 acre property, just a few minutes east of Hinton, Alberta. Hiking and mountain biking opportunities abound! Nearby Jasper National Park makes an excellent day trip. For history buffs, our property is located between two former transportation corridors: the original Trans Canada highway and the Canadian Northern Railway. Explorer David Thompson led his expedition through this area in the 19th century. Coal mining history surrounds our town and county- many days can be spend exploring the ghosts of the Alberta Coal Branch! This site includes a fire ring, picnic table and a 15A electric hookup.
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Whiskeyfill Farm

4 sites · RVs40 acres · Valemount, BC
Whiskeyfill Farm is a small hobby farm located just outside of the village limits in Valemount BC. Surround yourself with 40 acres of trees, park like field trails and Mountain Views. Take a walk through the farm and enjoy the old buildings and uncle Tom’s Rustic cabin, a perfect photo location or morning coffee spot. Play with the goats or purchase farm fresh eggs for breakfast. At night you can enjoy the peaceful atmosphere or pop by the party barn for a covered area perfect for BBQing, dancing or yard games! check our schedule, as we do rent this out for events. Interested in reserving the Party Barn? send us a message! Take a drive or short bike ride to town to visit the local community and restaurants or brewery, or down the forest service road to check out the lake! Whiskeyfill farm is a rural farm experience like no other, and being close to town means you have all of the amenities and activities at your doorstep with the space and freedom to sit back and relax in nature.
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Rocky Mountain Escape Log Cabins

3 sites · Lodging68 acres · Rock Lake Provincial Park, AB
Welcome to Rocky Mountain Escape Log Cabins Rentals near Rock Lake Alberta !! We are available all year round. Rock Lake Provincial Park. 70km NW of the nearest town (Hinton). You will enjoy peace in quiet in this remote, private, and off-grid location. Our cabins are in a forested area surrounded by mountains. Set apart amongst the trees for privacy. Savour the sound of silence and smell the trees. Beautiful sunrises, sunsets, and stargazing at night! Rock Lake is only 7km from the camp where you can enjoy awe-inspiring views of Alberta's Northern Rockies while fishing, boating, mountain biking or hiking. There is no TV, wifi, or cell service. Each cabin has indoor plumbing, toilet, shower, hot and cold running water and a wood-burning stove. All cooking is done on the deck of the cabin using a griddle. Propane supplied. All firewood, kindling, bed linens, towels, pots/pans/cutlery included. Tap water is potable. Please note, a 4WD vehicle is recommended to access the site. Sub-Alpine area in front ranges of Alberta Rockies. We are located 1 hour and 30 minutes from Jasper National Park and 3 hours from Mount Robson National Park. We look forward to hosting you!
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The best camping near Jasper Park Information Centre National Historic Site guide



At the heart of Jasper townsite is a log and stone building, a classic example of Rustic architecture found in many Canadian national parks. Here, in the Jasper Park Information Centre, friendly park experts offer insights on front and backcountry exploring, hiking trails, camping, paddling, wildlife viewing and skiing. To help you make the most of your stay, you can also get details on special events, weather conditions, and pick up maps and permits. The Friends of Jasper Gift Shop and Tourism Jasper are also on site, making the Info Centre a one-stop destination to plan your adventure.

When to go

The Jasper Park Information Centre National Historic Site is a year-round destination, with each season offering its unique charm. Summer months bring lush greenery and an abundance of wildlife, making it a prime time for exploration. However, to avoid the crowds, consider visiting in the shoulder seasons of spring or fall. Winters are magical, with snow-capped mountains and serene landscapes, though some services may be reduced.

Know before you go

  • Ensure you check the latest weather conditions before venturing out into the park.
  • Be wildlife aware; carry bear spray and know how to use it.
  • Accessibility services are available; contact the information centre for specific needs.
  • Remember to pick up maps and permits at the centre before heading out.
  • Take advantage of the on-site gift shop and tourism services to enhance your visit.

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