Camping adventures on the water
Jasper National Park
Keep park waters clean. You can prevent the spread of Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS). Before you drive to Jasper, clean, drain, and dry all watercraft and items you plan to put in the water here. Make clean-drain-dry a habit every where you go!
Do you remember the last time you woke up to the call of a loon? Listened to waves lap up on the shore only steps from your tent? Pack your bags and head to one of Jasper’s campgrounds on the water.
Maligne Lake is known for its canoe camping experiences. Whether you’re planning a relaxing family vacation or embarking on an adventure to the end of the lake, Maligne Lake offers three paddle-in campground options with stunning views: Hidden Cove, Fisherman’s Bay and Coronet Creek.
If you are looking for a year-round rustic, riverside campsite that can accommodate a group of people, then Whirlpool Group Camping is for you! This drive-in campsite is convenient for day time events/barbeques as well as overnight camping. Whirlpool Group Camping is available for group bookings, May long weekend to Thanksgiving starting January 1 and for winter use, November to March, on a self-registration basis.
Pull into Honeymoon Lake campground to experience the peace and tranquility of the area. Enjoy quiet lakeside strolls or explore the lake on your paddleboard. Honeymoon Lake offers campsites with picnic tables, metal fire rings, outhouses and a natural canoe launch. The campground is the perfect stop after a day exploring the Icefields Parkway.
Pitch your tent next to the river and fall asleep to the sound of rushing water. If you’re looking for a more secluded spot, visit one of the walk-in sites. Snaring campground has outhouses, and metal fire rings. This is one of the more popular campgrounds in Jasper, so plan to arrive early.
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