From tenting by the trails to full-service campsites on the shoreline of the Pembina River, the County provides an abundance of exceptional destinations for outdoor enthusiasts of every stripe.
Choose from a number of riverfront lots with front-row views of the best sunsets you’ll ever see. You can also opt for a campsite close to one of the many trail systems that wind throughout the County. Regardless of how you choose to immerse yourself in our great outdoors, our campgrounds are certain to leave you feeling as fresh as our country air, and longing to explore even more of the region.
2020 Camping Season Date Changes
Due to public safety concerns and provincial restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, County-owned campgrounds, parks and public spaces opened later than usual in 2020. Please note that reservations have opened effective June 1, 2020. Reservations can be made by calling the respective caretaker(s) of the facility you wish to visit.
The Lessard Lake Public Campground and Paddle River Dam Campground (Peter’s Pond) opened to seasonal patrons June 1. Effective June 5, these campgrounds will also open to overnight patrons June 5th and finally that Paddle River Dam Campground (Boat Launch) is tentatively set to open to overnight patrons June 12.
No seasonal patrons are allowed in the Boat Launch loop.
As we head to County campgrounds to enjoy the sights, sounds and fresh air, let's all remain mindful of the simple rules like maintaining our distance and practicing good hand hygiene.
About Lessard Lake Outdoor Education Centre
The Lessard Lake Outdoor Education Centre is available at reasonable rates for meetings, recreation programs, fundraising events, social activities and much more!
Nestled among the tall trees, just steps from the popular Lessard Lake Public Campground, is the Lessard Lake Outdoor Education Centre. This exceptional facility features a 40x60 foot main lodge complete with a spacious, appliance-filled kitchen, chairs, tables, and a spectacular loft area overlooking the stone fireplace on the main floor. Residents are invited to utilize the Outdoor Education Centre, which is available at reasonable rates for meetings, recreation programs, fundraising events, social activities and much more! Rates include the use of canoes, picnic tables and two natural gas barbeques. Sleeping 48 persons, the large outdoor area can accommodate up to ten power and water RV sites, and four two-room cabins – each of which include six bunkbed frames. What’s more, firewood is supplied for the firepits that are all encircled by log seating.
Due to COVID-19, reservations are not being accepted at this time. The Outdoor Education Centre at Lessard Lake is owned and operated by Lac Ste. Anne County.
Call 780.785.3411 (toll-free 1.866.880.5722) to reach the County administration office for facility availability and bookings.
Explore These Other County-Owned Campgrounds and Outdoor Facilities
Lessard Lake Public Campground
Paddle River Dam Campground
The well-loved Paddle-River Dam Campground is home to a spectrum of outdoor opportunities including fishing, boating, hiking and wildlife viewing. Pack your gear, bring your camera and get ready for an outdoor adventure in the heart of Alberta.
Other Regional Campgrounds and Camping Facilities
|Alberta Beach RV Park & Campground||780.924.2333|
|Alberta Beach Golf Resort & RV Park||780.924.2421|
|Eagles Rest RV Park|
|Gunn Campground & RV Park||780.221.8306|
|Gone Fish Inn||780.924.2253|
|Imrie Park Campground||780.405.6176|
|Kacikewin RV Campground & Cabins||780.924.3018|
|Kildeer Beach RV Resort||780.967.5672|
|Lessard Lake Public Campground||780.284.3643|
|Majeau Lake RV Park||780.699.3326|
|Mayerthorpe Golf & Country Club||780.786.4734|
|Memory Lane Campground||780.995.5555|
|Nakamun Store & RV||780.967.2151|
|Paddle River Dam Campground||780.284.1753|
|Rich Valley RV Resort & Golf Course||780.914.4916|
|Sangudo Riverside Campground||780.204.0497|
|The Ranch RV Park||780.294.9593|