Camping & Cabins
There are a variety of campgrounds to serve a diverse range of campers! Choose lake-front lots with prime viewing for dramatic summer sunsets or, if you are an early bird, sunrises.
One of the most popular summer recreation activities in the Slave Lake Region is camping and it’s home to some of the top campgrounds in Alberta.
Campground sites range from full service, powered, and unpowered, providing options for tenting and RVs. In addition, there are also cabin rentals and options for tenting, cabins and RVs for those looking for a retreat without the tent or camper.
“Comfort Camping” is becoming popular, and options are also available throughout the area.
For families looking to have the convenience and lifestyle of an annual site, there are long-term rentals available—a great way for families to make the most of summer without having to pack up every weekend.
For the more adventurous, choose a site close to the plethora of trail systems that run through the area.
Bannock’n Bed Inn is a quiet and comfortable place to stay on Treaty 8 Sucker Creek First Nation land. Experience some Cree culture and taste some traditional food prepared especially for you.
Picture perfect scenery and lakeside leisure come together in beautiful Canyon Creek. Our pet friendly campground offers a variety of powered and non-powered sites just steps from conveniences like an on-site boat launch/marina and convenience store. We are open from May 15 to Sept 15.
Cross Lake Provincial Park is a provincial park in Alberta, Canada, located 62 km west from Athabasca and 57 km north of Westlock. The park is situated at an elevation of 655 m and has a surface of 27.7 km². The park was established on November 22, 1955, and is maintained by Alberta Tourism, Parks and Recreation.