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It's Nicer to Sleep Outdoors. Just ask the Trees.

Bring your RV to Alberta's camping country

Nestle among the trees of the Boreal forest on the shores of the Red Deer River. Both within and near Sundre there are a myriad of locations to put your head down in the outdoors. These are our favourites.


Connect with Nature at Tall Timber Leisure Park


Tall Timber Leisure Park offers an RV Resort and refined camping experience. Featuring camp sites surrounded by beautiful spruce trees near the Red Deer River, RV'ers and campers have access to an indoor pool, two playgrounds, a basketball court, volleyball, bocce ball, and a baseball park.
 
Reserve online or get more info:
 
 
Or book your site by calling 403-638-3060
 
Tall Timber also offers hundreds of condo lots for those wishing to own a little home away from home - call them to find out more!



Greenwood Campground


This fantastic campground located near to the Sundre Museum is a popular municipally operated destination.
 
Located right on the west bank of the beautiful Red Deer River, Greenwood Campground is a relaxing place to get away.
 
Be sure to book early as this campground books fast.  Open May - September.
 
 
403-638-2130



Coyote Creek Golf and RV Resort


Park your camper on the grounds of a gorgeous golf course, the Coyote Creek Golf and RV Resort. 
 
With a trout pond, an excellent restaurant, and views of the mountains, you can't go wrong.
 
t: 1-403-463-1800



Sundre River Resort


t: 1-403-816-2408
 
 

Wagons West RV Park & Storage


t: 1-403-638-4402
 
 
In the Sundre and District area and beyond, there are many other campgrounds to choose from, including:
 
  • Barrier Mountain Outfitters - (403) 507-9755
  • Schott's Lake RV and Guest Ranch - (403) 638-4464
  • Rosewood Resort - (403) 638-1216
  • Panther River Adventures - (403) 637-2920
  • Rustlers Roost RV Resort - (403) 638-5030
  • Westward Ho Family Campground - (403) 556-2568
 
Out in the West Country, there are some beautifully rustic basic service provincial recreation and park sites for trail riders and even ATVers.