Alberta RVing stories

Check out the RVing opportunities in Alberta

Alberta boasts friendly communities, impressive landscapes and a rich history—and those are just a few of the many reasons to visit. There are numerous places to set up camp and take off on an adventure in this enticing province.

an elaborately hand-carved carousel
Edmonton

Take your pick: Edmonton offers a host of attractions

One visit to this vibrant city, and you will want to take your RV to Alberta every year.

“There are so many sceneries and activities to discover in and around Calgary that you generally need more than one trip to experience them all,” said Lindsay Gallant, manager at Earned Media in Calgary.
Calgary

5 of the best things to do in Calgary, Alberta

Lindsay Gallant, manager at Earned Media in Calgary, has five recommendations for your next RVing adventure in Calgary, Alberta

Vintage cars are lined up at the museum in Wetaskiwin, Alberta.
Wetaskiwin

RVing in Wetaskiwin is always an adventure

Wetaskiwin's attractions include art galleries, museums and thrill-seeking opportunities.

In a strong tide of catch-and-release fishing philosophy, it is rewarding to occasionally eat a fresh-caught fish for shore lunch.
Edmonton

Gone fishing: Fish and camp in under three-hour’s drive from Edmonton

Fishing and camping go hand in hand and these six lakes in Alberta offer excellent fishing and five have adjacent provincial campgrounds.
Hours on the water fishing are some of the best times with my brother, Pete.
Alberta Central

Fishing with family is fantastic

Some folks camp solely so they can fish, or is it solely fish so they can camp?

The Crowsnest River is one of Alberta’s premier rivers.
Crowsnest Pass

Fly-fishing and exploring the Crowsnest Pass

Experience a world-class fishing experience in the beautiful Crowsnest Pass on your own or with an experienced guide.

The falls at Big Hill Springs Provincial Park are spectacular.
Cochrane

Wrangle some water into your summer plans in Cochrane

Cochrane, Alberta, is best known for its rodeos and rolling plains, but it should also be known for its many water-based activities. Here are some of the best.

Castle River near Pincher Creek, Alberta.
Fort Macleod

Splash around between these cozy Alberta towns

Travelling through Pincher Creek and Fort Macleod this summer? Make plans to stop and enjoy the local waterways.

people on the beach
Edmonton

Finding waterfront fun near Edmonton, Alberta

If you're RVing in Edmonton and you want to cool off, have a blast in the water at one of these nearby locations.

Larger wetlands with a wide band of mud and riparian area are more likely to be home to shorebirds like the American Avocet.
Alberta South

Wetlands are wondrous places

Plan a visit to wetlands this summer to explore more of what they have to offer in recreation and observation.

A serene pond found in Lethbridge's Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden.
Lethbridge

Wild About Water: Lethbridge

If you’re wanting to get down to the waterfront this summer, Lethbridge has the resources to make it happen. If you like fishing, swimming, bird-watching or sailing, there is a place for you here.

Kidney Lake, Alberta
Whitecourt

Water world!

Cast your fishing line, float downstream or race your riverboat in Whitecourt, Alberta.

If Red Five of Diamonds aren’t getting a bite, nothing is biting.
RV News

Len Thompson: The lure of fishing

Len Thompson’s spoons are the Canadian iconic fishing lure, especially in prairie and Canadian Shield lakes. If you are after pike, walleye or brown, rainbow or lake trout, Len Thompson has a spoon that will hook you up.
 
Making memories: Families enjoy a day of fun at Pine Lake campground.
Alberta Central

Not just for summer

Central Alberta’s Pine Lake Leisure Campground & RV Resort is a favourite summertime destination for many Alberta families. 

The upgrades include facility facelifts and more campsites to meet the increasing demand from campers.
Alberta

Alberta Parks: Find your next adventure

Spring is coming and soon visitors will be emerging from hibernation to enjoy another beautiful Alberta camping season.

by Mary Fitl
The Alberta Aviation Museum in Edmonton, Alberta, is full of Canadian aircraft.
The Battlefords

5 things to do along Highway 16

The Yellowhead Highway spans four provinces and includes over a dozen places worthy of exploration


RV-friendly businesses near Alberta