Camping & Back-Country

There are almost 2,000 individual campsites and 90 backcountry campgrounds in Jasper National Park. All camps are operated by Parks Canada and offer a variety of services and amenities.

Jasper Park Stables at The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge

Ride the trails surrounding the Jasper Park Lodge. Try a 1 and 1/4hr, beginner to intermediate trail, that takes you through old growth forest and along the shores of Lake Annette. Another choice is the 2 hour trail for those with some experience. Riders explore the Athabasca valley by ascending ...
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1 Old Lodge Road
Jasper, Alberta
T0E 1E0
780-852-6476

Jasper Riding Stables on Pyramid Lake Road

Horseback rides for everyone. A true Western experience offering a chance to explore the natural beauty of the Rocky Mountains. The views are wonderful and there are abundant opportunities to see wildlife.
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1 Pyramid Lake Road
Jasper, Alberta
T0E 1E0
780-852-7433

Rockies Heli Canada

Rockies Heli Canada is a heli-tour company that seeks adventure in some of the World's best vistas! Join us for a scenic flight tour, an exploration hike or snowshoe -- even join us for your BIG day (we specialize in weddings too!!)!
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Highway 11 | 42 KM East of Saskatchewan Crossing
Cline River, Alberta
T0M 2H0
(403) 721-2100

Canadian Skyline Adventures

We focus on offering exceptional hiking experiences that take clients off the beaten path into the backcountry. Our guides are locals and will teach guests about the natural and human history of the area while helping guests learn the art of travelling in the wild. We keep our groups sizes small...
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Jasper, Alberta
T0E 1E0
780-883-0465

Wild Current Outfitters Rafting Adventures

Rafting in Jasper is the ultimate in adventure and excitement. Horses transport everything necessary for your trip as you ride or hike to the Snake Indian River and to some of the most beautiful vistas in the Rocky Mountains. Tours can be customized to include photography or fishing. 
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Jasper, Alberta
T0E 1E0
780-931-3662

Maligne Adventures

Let Maligne Adventures showcase all the natural beauty and adventure Jasper National Park has to offer.  Located in the Canadian Rockies north of Banff National Park along the Icefields Parkway, Jasper is famous for its natural beauty, abundant wildlife and incredible scenery.We offer a wide sele...
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632 Connaught Drive
Jasper, Alberta
T0E 1E0
844-808-7177

Other Things To Do

Columbia Icefields Campground

Down the road from the world-renowned Columbia Icefields, this campground puts you on the doorstep of some of the most spectacular scenery on the planet. Glacier views are had from most campsites and from the windows of the cozy log cookhouses. Campground facilities are rustic, and include outhou...
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Jasper National Park, Alberta
T0E 1E0
780-852-6176

Jonas Creek Campground

Get a taste of the backcountry, without the sweat and stinky boots. A night at Jonas can either be spent within earshot of the babbling creek or, for more hardy campers, up on a hillside immersed in the forest, away from it all. Campground facilities are basic, and include outhouses, picnic table...
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Jasper National Park, Alberta
T0E 1E0
780-852-6176

Honeymoon Lake Campground

Being able to replace ringing phones, noisy traffic and city smog with roaring waterfalls, quiet lakeside strolls and the smell of bacon cooking over a campfire gives you a sense of how Honeymoon campground got its name. Opportunities abound for any level of family adventure in the area, and rang...
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Jasper National Park, Alberta
T0E 1E0
780-852-6176

Wabasso Campground

This quiet campground is tucked away on the 93A, a secondary highway offering excellent road biking opportunities, particularly in the fall. This is a good staging area for overnight treks into the backcountry and shorter day trips to Moab Lake and Athabasca falls. Wabasso features heated bathroo...
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Jasper National Park, Alberta
T0E 1E0
780-852-6176

Pocahontas Campground

While the babbling creek and quiet, spacious sites are nice, this campground’s best feature is the nearby trailhead for Sulphur Skyline and Utopia Pass – two spectacular hikes that conclude with a soak at the world famous Miette Hotsprings. Pocohontas offers basic services, including running wate...
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Jasper National Park, Alberta
T0E 1E0
780-852-6176

Wilcox Creek Campground

Sitting at the base of one of Jasper’s premiere dayhikes, with which it shares its name, Wilcox campground is also down the road from the Columbia icefield, offering access to a variety of family friendly amenities and day trips. Campground facilities are rustic, and include outhouses, picnic tab...
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Jasper, Alberta
T0E 1E0
780-852-6176

Wapiti Campground

On the shore of the Athabasca River, Wapiti campground has nice private sites for tenting and electrical hook up spots for RVs. However, what makes Wapiti unique is that it operates year-round, offering 362 sites in the summer, and 93 winter camping spots with amenities like hot showers, electric...
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Jasper National Park, Alberta
T0E 1E0
780-852-6176

Snaring River Campground

While the riverside sites are often the first to go, there are some equally good spots in the walk-in tenting area that don’t fill up as fast. They just require that you park your car and carry your stuff a short way to set up, where bear-proof lockers are provided for food storage.While services...
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Jasper, Alberta
T0E 1E0
780-852-6176

Kerkeslin Campground

This quiet, shady campground is an excellent stop-over for RVers and cyclists looking for absolute peace and quiet, as it’s one of the more overlooked campgrounds in Jasper National Park. Campground facilities are rustic, with picnic tables, outhouses, metal fire rings and a natural canoe launch....
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Jasper, Alberta
T0E 1E0
780-852-6176

Whistlers Campground

A family trip to Whistlers campground has something for everyone: A playground for the kids, hot showers for mom and a chance for dad to show off his fire-making skills. Parks Canada interpreters put on evening shows all summer long, and a new interpretive trail running through the campground mea...
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Jasper National Park, Alberta
T0E 1E0
780-852-6176