When was the last time you slept late without an alarm clock to wake you up? Or watched the bright stars away from the lights of town? Camping is an experience that can bring the best out in any adult or child! Connect with nature and your friends + family at a slower pace, whether you embark on a nature hike, enjoy the crackle of a campfire, get out on the water, or meet new fellow campers. Cooking outdoors just tastes different, plus s’mores are one of the best desserts…period. Plan your next camping trip with one of the many campgrounds that Leduc Region has to offer!
Devon Lions Campground
Discover the best hidden secret along the Devonian Way. The Devon Lions Campground is a peaceful tranquil getaway nestled in the North Saskatchewan River Valley. They offer a wide range of camping facilities to suit most camper needs including playgrounds, shower houses with washrooms, and coin operated laundromats. Book ahead, these campground spots go quickly!
Leduc Lions Campground & RV
City of Leduc, AB
This family RV park is located in the City of Leduc close to the Leduc Recreation Centre. It is a very popular park, so we do recommend making reservations early. The campground includes two playgrounds, including basketball nets and a hockey goal shot area, free WiFi in the main park area, two free shower facilities and a laundry facility.
Recreational Vehicle (RV) Park
The Beaumont and District Lions Club operates this RV Park at Gerry Patsula Park which includes 10 powered sites and 2 non-powered sites, barbeques, Port-a-Potties, and a horseshoe pit. The campground does not provide water hookups. Relax and reduce your stress from the busy schedule at home by being outdoors.
Jubilee Park Campground
Jubilee Park Campground is located just 15 minutes south of Calmar on Wizard Lake. There are powered sites, non-powered sites and comfort cabins. With a playground, hiking trails, swimming area, boat launch, sani-dump, firewood (for purchase), and showers, you have everything you need and more!
Centennial Park Campground
New Sarepta, AB
Centennial Park Campground is located just east of New Sarepta at Joseph Lake Road and Township Road 500. The natural beauty of Joseph Lake is the perfect backdrop for camping. There are powered and non-powered sites, with group camping options. A playground, volleyball area, horseshoe pits, sani-dump and coin-operated showers are located here. Firewood is available for purchase at the campground.
Thorsby Lions Campground
Leduc County, AB
This campground is well-maintained by the Local Lions Club. It’s located at the East end of 55 Ave. in Thorsby. Amenities include a playground, picnic shelter, and a sani-dump. Firewood and tap water are also available. Check out the multi-trails while you’re there!
Leduc #1 Campground
Located at 50339 Hwy 60 in Devon, this campground provides water and powered sites, plus washrooms and showers are available. Outside firewood is permitted but there is no firewood available for purchase onsite. Make yourself at home, enjoy the outdoors, and visit the museum while you’re there!
Genesee Park Group Campground
Leduc County, AB
Genesee Park Group Campground is located at 3053 Township Road 510A immediately west of Genesee Heritage Park and is a great spot for a large family camping trip or a weekend away with friends. A gazebo, group firepit, picnic tables, shelter, and washrooms are located here.
Millet Lions Memorial Campground
Camp in the heart of one of the prettiest little towns in the region and is nestled in a beautiful tree belt. Offering pull through stalls, fire pits, firewood, tenting, and RV camping. Enjoy the amenities of the soccer fields, baseball diamonds, walking and cycling trails, and a beautiful scenic park.
Take a break from your busy schedule and maybe even learn a new skill such as learning how to cook over a fire, or canoeing on the lake. Camping can refresh your mind and body by allowing you to take some deep breaths and unplug from electronics. Experience the full benefits of living life under the big blue sky and breathing in the fresh air in the Leduc Region. And if you live in the region and don’t want to travel far, there are lots of options to camp close to home!
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