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 campgrounds are full from June 30 to July 5: There may be availability if there are cancellations.
If you are able to camp at other times, such as during the week or other weekends,
please check Camp Reservations Canada for availability.
Make your camping reservations online through Camp Reservations Canada
See the guidelines below for the 2021 camping season.
All of our campground are equipped with Wifi offered through MCSNet.
Make your camping reservation online @Camp Reservations Canada
All reservations and cancellations can be made online through Camp Reservations Canada
Reservations can only be made online at Camp Reservations Canada, or by phoning the Park Office
(Office hours 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.)
A $5.00 reservation fee is applied to online and over the phone reservations.
Walk in reservations will not be accepted.
Some of our campsites have been renumbered for the 2021 season.
See the link below to each Campground for the updated maps.
June 14 Update: Campground safety protocols due to AHS COVID-19 restrictions -
* Overnight campers must stop at the entrance to register before heading to their campsite.
* Shower facilities open on June 28. Masks are mandatory in the shower buildings when not taking a shower.
Portable showers are not permitted at any time.
* Concessions (ice cream, pop, et al) and ice will not be sold at the campgrounds. Please bring your own supplies.
* Ice will be sold at the campgrounds.
* Recreational equipment - such as basketballs, volleyballs, tennis rackets- and umbrellas will be available to borrow.
* Firewood will be available for sale. Campers are requested to pay by credit card or debit.
What is open: Gazebos, washrooms, playgrounds, day use areas, boat launches, piers, trail dump stations, trails, water fill stations, garbage service.
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.
The following campgrounds are managed and maintained by the County.
Blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) bloom advisories are issued by Alberta Health Services.
For more information on safety precautions see Alberta Health Services