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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.

Campground reservations will open on March 1, 2022 at 8:00 a.m. through Camp Reservations Canada.

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New Cross-Country Ski Trail Network being developed at Westcove Municipal Recreation Area

The trails are now closed for the season.  See you next year!!

The County of St. Paul and the Lakeland Cross-Country Ski Club (LCCSC) are pleased to announce an initial three-year joint venture agreement
to develop a Nordic ski trail network at the Westcove Municipal Recreation Area starting this 2021-2022 season.  Note:  There is no winter camping.

Link to November 25, 2021 Media Release
Westcove at Vincent Lake Campground

Lakeland Cross-Country Ski Club website and Facebook

Make your camping reservation online @Camp Reservations Canada

The online reservation system is open through Camp Reservations Canada.


March 2 update:  Since the reservation system opened on March 1, 305 reservations have been made for the camping season.
Lac Bellevue is full for the July long weekend. Don't miss out on your summer camping plans!

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.

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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    

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

Note:  There are no designated tenting areas:  Tenting can be enjoyed within each campsites at the rates below.

Camping - All Season Rates

   Non-power      $25/night
   Power              $35/night

Weekly (Weekly is based on a 7 night stay.  14 day maximum stay)
   Non-power      $125/week
   Power              $175/week

Monthly (Designated sites only based on 4 weeks or 28 days)
   Non-power      $500/month
   Power              $700/month

Other Fees:

All firewood sales are to be made on-site through the campground attendants, and not online through Camp Reservations Canada.  
Payment by credit card or debit are preferred.
Firewood $10/bundled - for a lot of wood!  Bundles

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 19, 2022


Campground Listings

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]


Lac Bellevue Campground

About the Campground

Lac Bellevue is full for the July 1 Canada Day long weekend. 


Stoney Lake Campground

Splash Park

Westcove Campground at Vincent Lake