Camping in Alberta | Find Campgrounds in the County of St. Paul
The County of St. Paul is a beautiful region nestled within the Lakeland.
Come by to relax at our well-maintained campgrounds or as a stop over on your OHV adventure.
The County Campgrounds are now closed for the season. If you had a chance to visit or to stay, ' Thank you'.
We hope to see your again next year.
Campground reservations will open on March 1 at 8:00 a.m. through CampReservations.ca
Phone lines at the Park Offices will be operational on May 15, 2023. Park Offices will be open on May 15 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. If you need to phone the Park Office and get the answering machine, please leave a message as the Park Attendants may be working outdoors.
Thank you, in advance, for your patience.
New Cross-Country Ski Trail Network had been developed at Westcove Municipal Recreation Area
The County of St. Paul and the Lakeland Cross-Country Ski Club (LCCSC) were pleased to announce an initial three-year joint venture agreement
to develop a Nordic ski trail network at the Westcove Municipal Recreation Area. Note: There is no winter camping.
All of our campground are equipped with Wifi offered through MCSNet.
On March 1, make your camping reservation online @ CampReservations.ca
The County of St. Paul will follow the provincial government health guidelines to ensure the safety of our visitors and our employees. Enhanced cleaning protocols are in place. Enforcement of Public Health Orders are managed by the Alberta Government and Alberta Health Services working with local enforcement agencies to manage complaints.
Campground Feature: Floating Stone Lake Campground
Located 4km west & 8km north of Ashmont in a naturally wooded area abutting the south shore. The park is maintained and groomed in the most meticulous fashion to ensure its natural beauty.
The County of St. Paul strives to provide the opportunity to every camper to enjoy our campgrounds.
Get the bird's eye view of the campgrounds! See what there is to enjoy - Link to YouTube
[Drone videos taken during the summer 2021]
A frequently asked question is, "How deep is the lake?" This link to Alberta Lakes Marine Charts may be helpful.
Note: Only Floating Stone Lake and Vincent Lake are included in the Alberta Lakes Marine Charts.