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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.

Online reservations through Camp Reservations Canada are now open!

The guidelines will be reviewed before the 2021 camping season, and will be dependent on the COVID-19 situation.


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Online reservations are now open @ Camp Reservations Canada

All reservations and cancellations can be made online through Camp Reservations Canada

Campground Reservations made easier!


Making a reservation at one of the County of St. Paul Campgrounds just got easier on Camp Reservations Canada
through interactive maps!

1.  Pick your campground - Floating Stone, Lac Bellevue, Stoney Lake or Westcove
2. Select your dates and click on 'Choose Campsite'
3. The interactive map will automatically show you which sites are available for your planned dates
4. Select a site (will highlight in blue), and the rate per night is shown as well as other available dates and a photo of the site.
5. If you like what you see, click on 'Add to Cart' and continue making the booking.
Is the campsite full? Pick another date and the map updates.  Do you want a certain site? You will see if it's available.
It's too easy!

Reservations can only be made online at Camp Reservations Canada, or by phoning the Park Office
once they open on May 17, 2021 (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. 

May 17 is the scheduled opening date but it may change depending on any Alberta Health Services COVID-19 restrictions.

Some of our campsites have been renumbered for the 2021 season. 
See the link below to each Campground for the updated maps.

The Guidelines for the 2021 Camping Season will be reviewed beforehand and
will be dependent on the COVID-19 situation. 

The County of St. Paul will follow the provincial government health guidelines to ensure the safety of our visitors and our employees.  


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.

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We invite you to visit our region and enjoy our beautiful campgrounds.  We encourage our visitors to reserve their campground sites through
Camp Reservations Canada.  Online reservations are now open.  

NOTE:  A $5.00 reservation fee will be applied to online or phone reservations. Walk in reservations are not accepted.  

Find out more about reserving your site below.

Reservation Policy

When making a reservation, full payment is required in advance for each day booked. A 48 Hour Cancellation Policy is still in effect.
An Administration Fee equivalent to one night stay per site will remain on your credit card for any cancellations.
Any cancellation made less than 48 hours in advance will not receive a refund.
Campers may book up to a maximum of consecutive 14 days.  The exception is Westcove: Campsites may be book for 4 weeks at a time.

Camping Fees and Rental Rates

Camping - All Season Rates

   Non-power      $20/night
   Power              $30/night

Weekly (Weekly is based on a 7 night stay.  14 day maximum stay)
   Non-power      $100/week
   Power              $150/week

Monthly (Designated sites only based on 4 weeks or 28 days)
   Non-power      $400/month
   Power              $600/month

Other Fees:
 Firewood   $10/bundle - for a lot of wood!

Westcove Spray Park    $3/person/day 

Gazebo Rentals at Municipal Sites: $100/day
Group bookings of Gazebos at Floatingstone   $100/rental period

To reserve a Gazebo or for Group Camping, please see Camp Reservations Canada

Day use picnic areas can be reserved at $20/day through the Park Attendants once the Park Offices open on May 17, 2021


Campground Listings

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