Included by Huffington Post in 15 Of The Most Stunning Camping Sites In Alberta.
Why you should go: Wind surfing, rock climbing and daytime picnics by the lake. (posted: 2016)
- Bow Valley
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SK Camping comments:
We stayed at Lakeside A campground. I feel this/ beach/park is run down. Not at all up to standards of other provincial parks. Campground is on a side hill and many sites don’t have a level pad to park trailer. Maintenance did bring us some blocking. Campsites were not clean nor fire pits. Beach area is clean enough but has tell tale signs of a park that has not been kept up. Dead trees with broken and falling branches, gravel in cobblestone sidewalk (not wheelchair friendly) gravel in paved parking lots, no “perks” at Echo beach other than a little playground and dock Pasqua has ice cream and mini golf. Many people fish in the swimming area in the evenings (at least 20 each night) so fish hooks. likely in the water. I feel more information about what to do in the area should be made available at the campground or beach.
- Echo Valley
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MB Camping comments:
Falcon lake campground is becoming really run down. The washroom & shower facilities are disgusting. The toilets were continuously plugged, doors falling off the stalls, crumbling infrastructure and filthy. There appears to be little supervision or standards for grounds keepers and cleaners. They drive around in golf carts all day playing games on their phones. We witnessed them drive right over garbage! They told us all they do is change toilet paper. Sites are not cleaned when vacated; the beach is not raked and garbages are overflowing. There appears to be an adequate amount of staff but they do nothing. Too bad as it is a nice spot.
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