on the Icefields Parkway 4.5kms
south of Jasper. Jasper National Park.
is one of the largest campgrounds in
Jasper National Park containing 604 campsites.
Expect crowds of
people and little privacy during peak season.
Amenities include electricity, hot showers, flush toilets, sani dumps,
interpretive programs, camp kitchens and fire pits. Fire wood is available when
purchasing a fire permit. Large campgrounds like this are fun
to explore with a bicycle. You're
close enough to ride your bike 3kms
to Jasper or walk along the Athabasca River. Jasper town site is very
small, you can easily walk through the entire town in a morning or afternoon
outing. Nearby Wapiti campground has more trees and offers more privacy
between campsites than Whistlers
Campground. It also makes
for a perfect base camp if you want to
spend a few days exploring the local area.
Patricia Lake, Pyramid Lake, Lac
Beauvert, Maligne Lake, Maligne
Canyon, Medicine Lake,
Cavell, Lake Edith, Lake Annette,
Hanging Valley, Jasper Park Lodge
Miette Hot Springs are all close
to here. The
up Whistlers mountain is
located a few kms away. You can ride the
Tram almost to the top of Mount
Whistler then hike another
skies here rank # 4 on the
See the official web site
link below for fees, opening and closing
Local campgrounds include
Wapiti. There are several hiking trails,
Miette Hot Springs,
Punch Bowl Falls,
located in this area.
food and food related items must be