Floatingstone Lake Campground

 Located 4 km west & 8 km 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.


Top Beach in Alberta

A paradise waiting to be discovered, offering a unique escape from the everyday hustle and bustle.
-Lakeland Today, 2023

One of the 13 Best Beaches and Lakes
-Raising Edmonton, 2020

"Awesome campground!"

We have stayed here 5 times (2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, & 2023). The sites are nicely treed, the outhouses are clean, the caretakers are very friendly, and we stayed in close proximity to use the beach and playgrounds for our grandkids. We brought friends with us this year and they loved the campground. We will be back in 2024!

-2023 review. Read more on CampReservations.ca!

"Lovely campground!"

Would you believe - a campground with internet? Don't forget to spend time just relaxing at your campsite or enjoying the playgrounds, beach, and trails.

-2023 review. Read more on CampReservations.ca!

A Local Piece of History

The past home of the Floatingstone Lake Flour Mill

-published in 1984

"Best campground and Friendly Caretakers!"

We love this campground, it has lots of trees and privacy. Plenty of singing birds, squirrels, and mother nature! The lake is beautiful and the washrooms are very clean. It's really nice when you have the caretakers come by to see how you're doing and if anything is needed. I would definitely recommend this to any family wanting a nice campsite! A big "thank you", Tim and Bernadette, for all you have done to make our stay a memorable one! We will definitely be back!

-2023 review. Read more on CampReservations.ca!

"First time here, now forever campers."

First time at Floatingstone and we fell in love even with the rain all week! Stayed in the first loop and had easy access to two parks, the boat launch, parking, and the beach. Showers were lovely and bathrooms were well-kept. Staff was amazing when we needed them. Got to enjoy the stars and even a meteor shower!

-2023 review. Read more on CampReservations.ca!

Campsite Information

  • Located 30 minutes northwest of the Town of St. Paul
  • 65 sites (19 are non-powered)
  • Tenting can be enjoyed within each campsite, at the site rental rate
  • Overflow parking lot for day use, located before the entrance gate
  • Alberta Lakes Marine Chart: Fishing Map

Campground Services

  • 24-hour Park Attendant
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Bundled firewood for $10/bundle
  • Includes a dumping station and sewage disposal

Campground Amenities

  • Swimming, fishing, boat launch, playgrounds
  • Day-use area (reserve picnic areas for $25/day through the Park Attendants)
  • Group-use Area (non-power)
  • Shower facilities, including a beach shower with cold water (portable showers are not permitted)
  • Gazebo on beach, available for rent

GPS Lat/Long: 54.2118370, -111.622765


NE 36-60-12-W4; 11430 Twp Rd 604; Ashmont, Alberta Canada


Head west on Hwy 28 from Ashmont. Turn North on Rg Rd 115 for 8 km, then turn right on Twp Rd 603. Watch for the blue Municipal Campground sign.

Phone Number:


Answered only when the campground is open. Campgrounds are open May Long weekend until Labour Day.