Camping

Gooseberry, Kananaskis

Gooseberry Campground is in Gooseberry Provincial Recreation Area, 10 km west of Bragg Creek along Hwy. 66. There are over 80 sites in an aspen/pine forest near the Elbow River. The recent addition of power sites improves the location for RVs, while keeping the charm of the few walk-in tent sites. From this area, you can fish and hike, or explore other opportunities nearby.

McLean Creek, Kananaskis

This large campground is found in McLean Creek Provincial Recreation Area, 12 km west of Bragg Creek along Hwy. 66 and 1.3 km south on McLean Creek Trail. Sites are suitable for RVs and tents, with unserviced and power options. The campground is adjacent to many kilometers of trails in the McLean Creek Public Land Use Zone (PLUZ). Access to many outdoor recreation opportunities in a foothills setting.

Little Elbow, Kananaskis

Paddy’s Flat Campground is found in the Elbow River Provincial Recreation Area, 20 km west of Bragg Creek along Hwy. 66. Here there are nearly 100 well-treed sites which are well suited for RVs and tents. Several of the sites back onto the Elbow River. There are interpretive trails accessible from the campground and other horseback riding, hiking, and mountain biking trails nearby.

Paddys Flat, Kananaskis

This large campground is found in Little Elbow Provincial Recreation Area, about 30 km west of Bragg Creek along Hwy. 66 (closed Dec.1 to May 15 annually). The campground is well-treed with well-spaced sites. There are over 60 sites suitable for RVs or tents, as well as 30 dedicated walk-in tenting sites. Scenic trails for hiking, mountain biking, and horse riding are nearby, as well as fishing opportunities.

Beaver Flats, Kananaskis

Beaver Flats Campground is found in Elbow Falls Provincial Recreation Area, 20 km west of Bragg Creek on Hwy. 66. There are 49 large, well-treed sites – most suitable for RVs – as well as 6 beautiful walk-in tenting sites along the Elbow River. There are many nearby trails for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding, as well as exciting and challenging waters for experienced paddlers.

Onespot Crossing, Bragg Creek

A family-owned campground with spacious lots and riverfront space overlooking the Elbow. No tent. No problem… They can provide authentic Tee Pees, as well as amazing Glamping options. Restaurants, coffee shops, gift stores, grocery store, bakeries, and ice-cream shops in nearby Bragg Creek. Close to West Bragg Creek Provincial for hiking and mountain biking in the summer and cross-country skiing in the winter. Pets Welcome on a leash or off leash depending on your pet. Onespot campground is all-natural and has no power or water. Generators are permitted.