The above scenario could be you, your friends and family through Alberta Parks’ heated comfort camping units complete with essential amenities such as beds, fridges, stoves and cutlery.
Situated within select provincial parks, comfort units are an ideal setting to relax in after an afternoon of hiking winter trails, cross-country skiing or ice-fishing.
“Winter is a great time to experience the full range of what our provincial parks have to offer and the holiday season offers many recreation and other opportunities in our provincial parks. With the right gear and a bit of planning, you and your family can enjoy a one-of-a-kind experience in your own backyard or explore an entirely new area of the province.”
Ready-made winter camping experiences aren’t Albertans’ only option; Alberta Parks also offers year-round, winter campground and backcountry camping for people who still want to tent or use their trailer or RV.
Winter campers take note: services are limited and will not include access to running water.
Whether you want to camp or just enjoy a day out in nature, provincial parks also support a wealth of winter recreation activities, including hiking, downhill and cross-country skiing, snow-shoeing, skating and fat biking.
- Winter comfort camping options can be booked at Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park near Lac La Biche by calling 780-623-8449 and Cypress Hills Provincial Park in southern Alberta, which offers cabins, rental huts and lodge accommodations by calling 403-893-3833.
- Check out holiday season and winter provincial parks experiences and opportunities at winter events.
- This past summer camping season, Alberta Parks processed a record-breaking 193,995 online campsite bookings through Reserve.AlbertaParks.ca
- The previous online reservation record was 170,997 in 2018.
- Since its inception 10 years ago, Reserve.AlbertaParks.ca has processed more than 1.42 million online campsite reservations.
- The online reservation system has more than 650,000 registered account users.