Jasper National Park
Whistler’s Campground offers oTENTiks, canvas-walled tents, where you can ‘rough it’ without getting your clothes ruffled. Each oTENTik has all the basic comforts of home-wooden floors, bunkbeds, sleeping pads, lights, and more.
Jasper National Park has a total of 21 units available for booking. These oTENTiks can accommodate up to four adults and two children.
These accommodations are exceptionally popular and must be reserved in advance.
Parks Canada will be launching camping reservations for Jasper National Park 2024 visitor season starting on January 30, 2024, at 8:00 am MT. You have two ways to reserve:
Make sure to prepare before reservations launch day.
Includes: four wooden chairs, a table and one electric light. One electric baseboard heater to take the chill off (but does not provide full heat). Beds to sleep six (four adults, two children) along with hooks for hanging clothes.
What to bring: sleeping bags, blankets and pillows, food, drinks and a water container (campground water is potable), cooking equipment, dishes, eating utensils, a cooler, flashlights, matches or a lighter to start a fire in the cooking shelter, camping chairs. Slippers or indoor shoes to keep a clean oTENTik.
Pets are permitted in oTENTiks #4A and #4B. All other oTENTiks are pet free.
A wheelchair-accessible tent is available.
Check-in is between 4 pm and 11 pm. Staff will be unavailable to check people into the oTENTiks outside of these times.
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