The best camping near Pembina River Provincial Park

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Wish You Were Here Eco Village Inc.

2 sites · RVs, Tents146 acres · AB
Have a back to nature experience in this tenting stall with Starlink internet and Free Firewood. Access to our amenities building with bathrooms, laundry and garden market. Only 55 minutes from Edmonton a paved drive down the Yellowhead Highway and steps off Isle Lake. We are by two boat launches just minutes away. There are lots of natural walking trails and we are also right beside Isle Lake Natural area.
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Wish You Were Here Eco Village Inc.

1 site · RV, Tent146 acres · Edmonton, AB
Welcome to our eco-friendly and sustainably run campground, where we offer a range of short-term and long-term stay options designed to reconnect you with nature. Situated on 146 acres of pristine land, our campground provides fully serviced 30 amp power, water, and sewer containers for RVs, as well as options for dry camping or tenting stalls. Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of our surroundings with scenic walking trails and abundant wildlife to explore. Our central amenities facility features clean and modern bathrooms, a convenient laundry facility, and a market garden offering fresh produce grown right on-site. Conveniently located just off Isle Lake, we're only 50 minutes west of Edmonton on Range Road 55, making us the perfect destination for a relaxing back-to-nature camping experience. Whether you're seeking a weekend getaway or a longer retreat, our campground offers the ideal setting to unwind and recharge amidst the tranquility of the great outdoors.
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Go Hard Ranch

19 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents1700 acres · AB
Go Hard Ranch is nestled alongside Chip Lake and is conveniently located only 15 minutes from the Yellowhead Highway near the small Hamlet of Wildwood, Alberta. Our new stylish & adorable cabins and nearby Wash House offer you a luxurious and a unique stay in the heart of our ranch. Our campground has 12 stalls for additional levels of experience for those wishing to camp. Also for those wishing to make it an equestrian adventure we have large outdoor box stalls available for your horses to stay. Overlooking one of Alberta’s largest and underrated lakes, your time at our second-generation ranch will captivate you. Whether you are needing to step outside to experience the stunning views, trails, wildlife or your soul is craving to ride your horse on our trails, the Go Hard Ranch is your perfect go-to oasis. The Ranch is ideal for so many things such as individual getaways, families and other group camping, hosting your next retreat or event! The Ranch offers a venue with just the right taste of the country no matter what reason you have to visit.
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Starry Nights and Northern Lights

2 sites · Lodging11 acres · Tomahawk, AB
Cozy wood stove, clean linens and plenty of blankets - this cabin is next level glamping, and a perfect get away from the city. Dish service is also included; you don't have to wash a single dish! CABIN SLEEPS 2. Contact us for special group bookings over two people. Perfect for star-gazers or get away from the city for some rest and relaxation. Welcome to our little farm! We offer our guests a comfortable, affordable and unique off-grid, frontier style, private glamping experience with a micro cabin fit for two; and space to pitch a tent or RV for your loved ones. Up to 6 people max. No more than 2 people in cabin. Cabin is adults only. Warm up by the wood stove and enjoy a hot bevie. This site is well known for star gazing; meteor and northern light enthusiasts. The stars and northern lights have been amazing this year and our spot is perfect for the best starry views! Boone Frontier Homestead and Organics covers every aspect of off grid experience: driving distance to Wabamun lake and Pembina River, private country setting with no sharing. Listen to the tree frogs and bird song while dozing off with a good book. Take a look at our site to learn more about us, and book your stay today. The cabin's heat source is wood stove. There is no heater. Shoes are not permitted in cabin, make sure to bring your comfy socks and slippers. During the winter, woodstove wood for inside the cabin is included at no additional cost, to help keep you toasty until May 15th. May 15th to Oct. 1st, one complimentary bundle of wood is included. Summer or outdoor firepit wood: Wood bundles can be purchased for $12 each. Fire bans can be viewed on the Parkland County Website. Guests will be notified when in effect. Learn more about this land: - Big country field with beautiful views, and a forest to hike behind the pastures. - Cabin is a one room; open concept shed convert to micro cabin with wood stove. 2 guests only in cabin, MAXIMUM. - Small cook/food prep area in cabin. No sink, and no dishes either! Dishes provided are to be placed in sealed bin, that we take care of for you. - Cabin and site have NO POWER. This is an off grid experience in a well stocked cabin. Lighting is by candle and kerosene lamp, pioneer style! Caretakers are near by in case you need anything. - A healthy bundle of wood is included during check in. Need more, no problem. Text to order between 12pm and 7pm at $12 a bundle. - Park an RV or set up a tent for the kids or friends; and stay in the cabin all to yourself or with a loved one. - No sharing with other guests, its' all yours. - Outdoor Firepit with seating area and sitting bench with table - Pergola and private and clean outhouse.   - Gravel driveway up to the site - Gravel parking pad and grass, mostly level. No stairs.   - Onsite Barnacle the BBQ (propane is an add on) - Potable water provided upon request - Check-in as early as 3pm; sleep in and check out at 12pm. - Request an early check in or a later check out, no problem if we aren't booked! Planning a romantic surprise? Let us know. We can help you coordinate a romantic evening. Check out our website for more info! Go hiking at close by provincial parks, crown land or nature areas a short drive away. Plenty of options a short drive away for ice fishing, cross country skiing in the winter. Or kick back, relax and enjoy nature therapy in the country. Pre-order farm fresh organics to cook on the wood stove or over the fire.  Order a picnic basket of snacks or bring your own. Warm complimentary beverages await being made by the kettle upon check in. This is a true hidden gem. *********************************************************** LOCAL AMENITIES AND ATTRACTIONS:  VISITOR GUIDE (Will be sent to you upon booking). . CHECK OUT Seba Beach!  SUMMER HIGHLIGHTS . The General Store, since 1912. Check out this historic building; and all the hidden treasures that wait within.  Also another next stop shop for ice cream; snacks, food, beverages, alcohol (beer/wine, liquor, ciders and more), and supplies.  ATM also inside.   . Open May long - Seba Beach Mini Golf and Ice Cream . The Gainford Hotel Burger Bar 'GET STUFFED' and Iron Lady Saloon (new) . RV Pub and Grill, Driving range (patio) . Mead tasting at the Grey Owl Meadery . Pine Ridge Golf Course with Los Toritos Mexican Grill (patio) . Star gazing and Northern Lights . Tomahawk Liquor Store.  Close by stop to pick up your spirits!  Summer hours 11am to 8pm.  Located at 4911 50 Street. . Race Trac Gas, Gas/Propane. Closest fuel stop, convenience store, hunting and fishing licenses and summer soft serve ice cream!  Located at 5102 50th Street, open until 8:30pm. . Wabamun Lake Provincial Park and Recreational Area. Swimming and paddle boarding, to Ice fishing, cross country skiing. Day use - picnic, hike, bike, cross-country skiing, ice fishing and more!  Head north on hwy 759 through the village of Seba, then take the Edmonton exit heading east on the Yellowhead.  Located 25km east down the Yellowhead Hwy 16.  OR take the road less travelled...  . Historic churches.  Many of them are closed, but still worth a stop to go on a drive.  The history of Horen (the quaint community you are staying in; located between Seba Beach and Tomahawk) was established by Ukranian settlers in the late 1940's/early 1950's. . Enjoy your stay!
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Hempcrete Haven Farm

2 sites · Lodging40 acres · Edmonton, AB
Surrounded by three big lakes, just off the Yellowhead, and nestled into a community of hobby farms and cattle ranches, Hempcrete Haven is a perfect hideaway. The 40 acre family farm has been wild pasture and forest for decades. Rolling pasture, ponds, forests and native berries galore. We steward this land with care. Stay tuned for more cabins! Including a smaller dome in the back 40, and dome greenhouses!
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Driftin’ and Dreamin’ Acres

1 site · RV145 acres · Edmonton, AB
We use the property for cattle pasture, haying, and camping. We enjoy the tranquillity the property has to offer whether relaxing by the campfire, taking a stroll, playing games, sharing a meal, or gazing at the stars. We offer 145 acres of pasture land with a spacious campsite and fire pit next to the forest. We have one campsite available and allow dry camping for up to 5 RVs that are self-contained. We can accommodate vehicles up to 45ft in length and the site requires levelling. Pets are welcome. Campfires are permitted. There are OHV trails a couple of km away that lead to the Pembina River. Pembina River Provincial Park (15km) offers tubing. Seba Beach (17 km) is a quaint summer village with a Saturday farmer’s market. Wabamun (33 km) has a boat launch and beach. Several golf courses nearby include Trestle Creek, Pine Ridge, and Pembina Valley. Enjoy all the peace and quiet our property has to offer.
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The Woods Experience

8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents80 acres · Yellowhead County, AB
The Woods Experience is located on 80 acres of land surrounded by stunning boreal forest only 1.5 hours west of Edmonton, AB. Here you will find the world goes quiet enough to be present in nature. Enjoy our farm animals, group firepit area, Wilderness Spa, trails, and wildlife. On site you will find Native Wild Trading post - a 1800s styled Indigenous store featuring local artisans goods and services. The Woods Experience is known for our focus on community, sustainability, and preserving Indigenous Culture through education and experience. Stay with us and have your own individual experience, or join us in one of our many classes and experiences - reach out to learn more. Additional things to do: -Pembina River Float (20 minutes) -Whitecourt Rotary Park (40 minutes)
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Green Quiet Place

1 site · RV, Tent3 acres · Parkland County, AB
Learn more about this land:Your place is on a large meadow with a view of beautiful trees and green areas.A cozy firepit with two picnic tables can be used. Electricity and cold water are available (outside). No toilet.If you only want to camp with a tent, you can camp in the yard or in the shady bush.A quad tour on OHV trails in the neighbourhood and to the river is possible on request. Campfires are permitted and pets are welcome.
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Sky Hound Ranch

2 sites · RVs, Tents149 acres · Edmonton, AB
A working Horse and Cattle Ranch that raises grass fed/ grass finished beef with regenerative agriculture practices, our motto is "Raised Naturally". With rolling pastures, wooded trails and a 12 acre wetland you can spend time with the horses, walk the pastures and learn about regenerative agriculture, get up close to our herd of cattle, or go birding and attempt to locate the over 40 bird species on the ranch. Located just west of Lessard Lake the boat launch for fishing, canoeing, paddleboarding or any other water activity is less that 5 minutes from the Ranch. Relax at night around the fire pit as the animals graze nearby (The horses will other come for a visit)
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Blue Landings farm

1 site · Lodging14 acres · Edmonton, AB
This beautiful property is located on a farm just 5km north of Cherhill off off highway 43 Just 7km from the beautiful pembina Beautiful back farm roads to explore 30km from Barrhead with all amenities including bakery butcher and quaint shops 30 kms from mayerthorpe and the beautiful Rochford bridge Quaint trailor nestled in a private setting overlooking a small lake for birdwatching Outdoor above ground pool chickens rabbits dogs Very relaxing and away from the city quiet Sleeps 4 and has outdoor electric grill. Outdoor bathroom Taking bookings now.
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Holly Woods

4 sites · RVs, Tents80 acres · Tomahawk, AB
Welcome to our property with an array of Alberta topography, you are sure to spot or hear wildlife. As we have some marsh land this is a bird watchers dream. Just 15 minutes away, you'll find Wabamun Lake, Pembina River, and the North Saskatchewan River, perfect for swimming, boating, and enjoying water activities. Seba Beach, only 8 minutes away, offers the only 12-hole golf course in Alberta and mini golf for the whole family to enjoy. Take a kayak or inflatable boat out on our serene pond to bask in the sun, and capture stunning photography opportunities. Want to get a little spooked, join us for a night walk in the forest or a guided tour to learn about local plants and herbs in the day! As we continuously develop our property, we're currently building a playground area and expanding our trail system to enhance your experience. Although we don't offer accommodations in winter, our winter recreation area is perfect for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and forest skating on our two amazing forest rinks! As music and nature are our passion we occasionally host live music events, adding to the ambiance of our retreat. We invite you to escape to our little piece of hidden Alberta paradise and create lasting memories surrounded by nature's beauty. Welcome to our little slice of Alberta Paradise.
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Rocking T Farms

3 sites · RVs, Tents160 acres · Wildwood, AB
We came here with the dream of a regenerative farm, producing food in a healthy, symbiotic way. Luckily for us, the property hasn't had much done with it in the last few years and the rustic, wild charm had us enwrapped from the start. It is a an open slate, lost dreams and hopes with a chance of them finally coming true. Bring your tent or camper and come hideout on 160 acres 1.5h west of Edmonton. The campground is nestled into tall spruce trees and will let you escape the world for a few days. A garden will provide you with your very own vegetables depending on the season. But beware, you might have to share the trails and gardens with Mrs. Moose and the odd deer. The property is flooded with wild raspberries, feel free to indulge until it hurts. Go for walks over the fields, on trails through the bush, or come for a visit to the farmyard a few minutes away from the campsite. During the warmer months, we rotationally graze our horses, sheep, goats and pigs so you might encounter them in the back fields as well. There is no power at the campsite and only limited service, enjoy it!
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The best camping near Pembina River Provincial Park guide

Overview

About

Embark on an adventure at Pembina River Provincial Park, where the lush boreal forest meets the dramatic Pembina River gorge. With activities ranging from tubing down the wild river to wildlife viewing, there's an outdoor experience for everyone. The park's campgrounds offer a perfect base to explore the natural wonders, whether you're pitching a tent or parking your caravan for a cosy stay amid the towering cliffs and mixedwood forest.

Notable campgrounds

  • Pembina River Campground - Nestled in the heart of the park, this campground is ideal for those seeking both relaxation and adventure.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  • Book early to secure your spot during peak season, as sites fill up quickly.
  • Consider visiting during weekdays for better availability.
  • Keep an eye on cancellation policies for last-minute openings.
  • Explore nearby camping options if the park is fully booked.

When to go

The best time to visit Pembina River Provincial Park is during the summer months, from June to August, when the weather is warm and all facilities are open. Spring and fall offer quieter visits but prepare for cooler temperatures. Winter can be harsh, with limited access and services.

Know before you go

  • Check for any advisories or closures before your visit.
  • Be bear smart and store food properly to avoid wildlife encounters.
  • Accessibility may vary across the park; contact the park office for details.
  • Remember to pack out all trash and leave no trace.
  • Cell phone connectivity can be unreliable; plan accordingly.

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