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Jasper National Park, Alberta
By Caroline Shin
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Please view a Tourist Guide of Jasper National Park for maps and camping information.
Camping in Jasper National Park
Jasper National Park’s camping grounds are spacious and clean, and present the perfect opportunity to immerse oneself in Jasper’s world-renowned wilderness.
10 Tips for Camping in Jasper National Park
1. Parks Canada operates all ten campgrounds in Jasper National Park.
2. During peak season, 1,772 camping sites are available in Jasper National Park with a variety of services.
3. The busy season lasts from June through September, and peaks in July and August.
4. Jasper National Park has a very limited number of serviced (hook up) sites, which are only available at Whistler’s and Wapiti campgrounds. During high tourist season, hook-up sites can fill before 11 am and campers often line up early in the morning. Keep in mind that you may not be able to book a hook-up site for your first night during this busy period. Upon arrival, campground staff will advise you on how to go about getting a hook up site for the rest of your stay.
5. Dates of operation vary. Summer camping begins in early May, with all campgrounds open by mid to late June. Summer campgrounds close throughout September and October. The winter campground is at Wapiti.
6. You can make reservations at the Pocahontas, Whistlers, Wapiti and Wabasso campgrounds. All other campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Arrive early.
7. Group camping is available for groups with a minimum of ten people and the group campsites can accommodate tents only.
8. Checkout time is 11 a.m.
9. Campers must purchase a camping permit at the campground kiosk or self register.
10. Campfires are permitted at most sites. A fire permit must be purchased at kiosks or self -registration booths.
Camping Fees for Jasper National Park
|Tunnel Mountain – Water, sewer, and electrical||$38.20|
|Tunnel Mountain – Unserviced with washroom building having toilets and showers||$27.40|
|Tunnel Mountain – Electrical||$32.30|
|Two Jack Main – Unserviced with washroom building having toilets only||$21.50|
|Two Jack Lakeside – Unserviced with washroom building having toilets and showers||$27.40|
|Lake Louise – Unserviced with washroom building having toilets and showers||$27.40|
|Lake Louise – Electrical||$32.30|
|Lake Louise – Overflow||$10.80|
|Johnston Canyon – Unserviced with washroom building having toilets and showers||$27.40|
|Castle Mountain – Unserviced with washroom building having toilets only||$21.50|
|Protection Mountain – Unserviced with washroom building having toilets only||$21.50|
|Mosquito Creek – Primitive||$15.70|
|Waterfowl – Unserviced with washroom building having toilets only||$21.50|
|Rampart Creek – Primitive||$15.70|
|Silverhorn Creek – Primitive||$15.70|
|Banff – Overflow||$10.80|
|Campsite Day Use Permit||$8.80|
|Fire Permit, per day||$8.80|
BACKCOUNTRY USE AND CAMPING
|Bryant Creek and Egypt Lake Shelter, per person||$6.80|
|Overnight, per person||$9.80|
|Annual, per person||$68.70|
|Grazing Permit, per horse, per day||$1.90|
|Grazing Permit, per horse, per month||$24.50|
|Valid at Banff, Jasper, Kootenay and Yoho national parks.|
For more information, please visit Accommodations in Jasper National Park.