Rent a Deluxe Motorhome or Camper Van for your Canadian Rockies Adventure.
A fantastic way to see the sight and stay in the Rockies with your family. Information subject to change without notice.
Sundance Lodges is located amongst the natural wonders of the Rockies only 45 minutes from Banff and Calgary. They offer 30 RV/tent sites and 30 teepee/trappers tents with comfortable framed beds, wooden floors, heaters and lanterns. Activties such as hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, golfing and rafting are all near Sundance Lodges.
Campgrounds in Banff National Park are on a first come, first serve basis. Check out time is 11 a.m., so drop by then and you will have a good chance at getting a site.
Tunnel Mountain Campground
2.4 km from Banff. Situated close to Banff on Tunnel Mountain, within walking distance (or trolley distance) of downtown Banff. Services, such as food, laundry and a waterslide are close by. There are 320 full service sites in the Trailer Court, 188 power only, sites in Village II, plus 619 non-serviced sites in Village I. There is an unbelievable view of the valley, hoodoos, and the Banff Springs Golf course. Tunnel Mtn. Village II is open year round.
Two Jack Main Campground
12 km from Banff. Camp in the wilderness, beautiful wooded area, secluded campsites (381), lots of wildlife. Situated on the scenic Minnewanka Lake loop drive. Explore the ruins of Bankhead, sheep in the area may be on the roadways, so drive with care. Flush toilets, no showers. Kitchen shelters available.
Two Jack Lakeside Campground
Right across the road is a small (77) site campground. Awake to the sound of water flowing and birds cooing. Showers available.
Johnston’s Canyon Campground
25 km from Banff. Across from Johnston’s Canyon is a picturesque campground of 132 sites. A creek flows nearby and the scenery is awesome. Take a walk up Johnston Canyon, and view the two waterfalls. Lots of wildlife in the area. Take the scenic route from Banff for wildlife sightings. Showers available.
Protection Mountain Campground
48 km from Banff. 89 sites, great area for hiking, lots of wildlife. No showers. Flush toilets.
Lake Louise Campground
58.0 km from Banff. 189 trailer sites and 216 tenting sites in the jewel of the Rockies. Take the scenic route from Banff which includes a drive by Johnston Canyon. No showers.
Mosquito Creek Campground
83 km from Banff. 32 sites, see the sandstone cliffs of Bow Peak. The rugged cliffs of Mount Hector dominate the southeast skyline. Flush toilets, no showers. Open all year.
Waterfowl Lake Campground
73 km from Banff. 116 sites, the bubbling Mistaya River enters Waterfowl Lake. A trail leads to Cirque and Chephren lakes for great hiking. Flush toilets, no showers.
147 km from Banff. A small campground with 50 sites on the way to the Columbia Icefield. Great area for viewing wildlife, scenic grandeur. Flush toilets, no showers.
Are all of the campgrounds listed on the site first come first served basis?
Peggy, many of the Banff National Park campgrounds can be reserved. For details, click here – https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/ab/banff/activ/camping .
Enjoy your visit to Banff National Park!! 😎
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