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About Beauvais Lake Campground

Pincher Creek AB, T0K 1W0 49.40915989, -114.1160394

Nestled in the crest of the Rocky Mountain front ranges lies Beauvais Lake Provincial Park. The truly one of a kind campground provides a prairie feel at the foot of the Rockies! The campground is very popular during the summer months, make sure to reserve early. The campsites are well secluded in the natural forest for a private camping experience. The walk-in tent sites are located 3km from the main campground, they are equipped with a group fire pit, outhouse and food storage. A group campsite can also be reserved by calling 403-382-4097 ahead of time. No ATV use is permitted within the campground. Overall, Beauvais Lake Provincial Park is the perfect destination for all Rocky Mountain travelers!

This campground has 87 sites. It is open from May 15th to September 5th.

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Baseball diamond
Day use area
Drinking water
Equestrian facilities
Fifteen amp
Fifty amp
Fire pit
Fish cleaning stand
Flush toilets
Group camping
Mini golf
No power
Pets allowed
Picnic table
RV sanitation
RV storage
Shower pay
Thirty amp
Water pump
Wheelchair access
Winter camping

Prices per night

No power site$23.0
Power site$30.0


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Peaceful, Quiet and absolutely beautiful

Reviewed on Sept. 5, 2017 1 person found this helpful

Peaceful, Quiet and absolutely beautiful Reviewed on Sept. 5, 2017
1 person found this helpful

We've camped mostly in K-country and thought that piece of the country was amazing ... this is so quiet and peaceful. That is what amazed us the most. This provincial park is a hikers and naturists dream. So many gentle hikes and paths, you are bound to find some type of wild life. Bird watching, to catching fish and find deer with a full rack of antlers all within the first two days. Yes the Osprey's nest is located in the parking lot of the boat launch.

Camping tips; There is fresh water around the camp site for fill-up though just as easy to fill fresh water up at the sami-station. The long drops are new, "airy" and were cleaned three times a day. The sites have all sizes and with good privacy, both non-power and power. If you are planning a family trip with friends there are some double sites that can accommodate two good size trailers. Amphitheater had new seats, lights and AV was upgraded for Park Show and Tells. The campground roads and the sites are all gravel, though everyone obeyed the speed limit signs it did get dusty (but that gravel sound brings back good camping memories). Very quiet and no partiers when we went this September Long Weekend.

The Park says the lake is for swimming though it had no beach or area to swim. And the Camp Hosts and Conservation Officers all recommend no swimming due to leaches (small ones) and moss. A great lake for fishing and just canoeing and watching the wildlife.

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Great quiets area

Reviewed on May 22, 2015 2 people found this helpful

Great quiets area Reviewed on May 22, 2015
2 people found this helpful

Lots of wild life in the area, this is must area to fish, big sites, private cabin on the ne side of the lake, would be cool to own one, one day. But nice cold water for trout. I recommend fly fishing from a belly boat

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Reviewed on May 21, 2015 2 people found this helpful

Beautiful Reviewed on May 21, 2015
2 people found this helpful

I find this provincial park is not promoted enough (or maybe we should keep it to ourselves?!). I have lived in southern Alberta all my life and just found this park a few years ago. Such a beautiful place! Despite what the above description says, we don't find it overly busy. Sure, it will fill up on weekends, but you don't have to book months in advance. The campground has well kept, large sites, with good privacy. We camp in a trailer and like the power sites, but have friends who really enjoy the walk-in tent sites right on the lake. It is very family orientated, rarely have we been bothered by partiers. It has a decent playground. The best part is the lake- so serene. We have hiked all around it and occassionally canoe. Hike to the top of the hills for amazing views! We have had many wild life sightings (eagles, moose, sandhill cranes, skunk!). We have to visit this park at least once a year.

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Directions: 11km west of Pincher Creek on Hwy 507, then 8km south on Hwy 775
Phone number: 403-382-4097
Website: View website

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Nearby activities

Boat launch