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 closed for the season on September 7, 2020.
The County would like to thank all of the visitors to the campgrounds this year, and for your patience with the
operational changes the County had to make because of COVID-19.
And because of COVID-19, people traveling closer to home and within the province which resulted in the campgrounds being very busy all summer.
We hope that you enjoyed your camping experience and we hope to see you again next summer.
The County will post information at a later date as to when online reservations through Camp Reservations Canada will open for 2021.
The guidelines listed below will be reviewed before the 2021 camping season, and will be dependent on the COVID-19 situation.
All of our campground are equipped with Wifi offered through MCSNet.
Municipal Campgrounds are now closed for the 2020 season.
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 has followed the provincial government health guidelines to ensure the safety of our visitors and our employees.
Reservations can only be made online at Camp Reservations Canada or by phoning the park office. Walk in reservations will not be accepted.
Information will be posted at a later date as to when the reservation system is available for the 2021 camping season.
Campground Feature: Floatingstone 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.
Handy Campground brochure - to be revised for the 2021 camping season
Blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) bloom advisory issued by Alberta Health Services for
Lac Sante, Vincent Lake, Floatingstone Lake and Stoney Lake
(update as of August 17, 2020)
A blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) bloom has been identified in the above lakes by Alberta Health Services.
Residents living near the shores of this lakes, as well as visitors to this lakes, are advised to take the following precautions:
- Avoid all contact with blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) blooms. If contact occurs, wash with tap water as soon as possible.
- Do not swim or wade, or allow your pets to swim or wade in any areas where blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) is visible.
- Consider limiting human consumption of whole fish and fish trimmings from this lake, as it is known that fish may store toxins in their liver.
For more information on safety precautions see Alberta Health Services