Reason #39 of '101 Reasons Why I Heart Edmonton'

Camping & Lake Life

By Emil Tiedemann

It’s a long-held tradition for Edmontonians to get their camping season kicked off during the May long weekend by calling up a few friends, grabbing a few cases of beer and their tents, and heading outta town (or even in town!) to enjoy the great outdoors! So many options, so little time. 

The camping season usually ends when autumn begins - or shortly thereafter - so we don’t take these trips for granted. With the amount of picturesque lakes & camp sites in Central Alberta, we’re amongst the luckiest & happiest campers in the whole country! 

In case you’re new to town, here’s a list of some of the best places to visit in the (mostly) Central Alberta area for lake & camping life: Alberta Beach at Lac Ste Anne, Anthony Henday Campground, Aspen Beach Provincial Park on Gull Lake, Banff National Park, Glowing Embers RC Park, Jasper National Park, Long Lake Provincial Park Beach, Ma-Me-O Beach on Pigeon Lake, Miquelon Lake Provincial Park, Ol’ Macdonalds Resort on Buffalo Lake, Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, Pigeon Lake Provincial Park, Rainbow Valley Campground, Seba Beach, Sylvan Lake, Wabamun Lake Provincial Park Beach, Waterton Lakes National Park, Whitemud Creek Golf & RV Site, Wizard Lake Jubilee Beach, and the Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park. #yegcamplife


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