Calling Lake Provincial Park is open June 1 through mid-September offering overnight camping for tents and trailers. Bathrooms have flush toilets and sinks with non-potable running water (no showers). The park also has lake access including a boat launch and beach within walking distance with designated swimming area. New stalls were put in during 2012 for a total of 81 sites, all with power hook ups. Reservations for some sites available online through reserve.albertaparks.ca $29 power.
Wabasca Lions Club Campground Open from May long weekend until early to mid September, it is located 14.5 km West of Wabasca from the four way stop. Hugging the shore of the North Wabasca Lake, this campground offers 35 camping stalls (20 powered for $20/night and 15 non-powered for $15/night on a first come, first serve basis--no reservations) nestled in amongst trees, a boat launch, a sandy beach, a day-use area, a water pump, a fish cleaning station, and two group camping sites (6 hook-ups, 8 hook-ups) which are the only sites available by reservation and require a reservation to utilize.
Tanasiuk (Rock Island Lake Campground) is located on HWY 813 approximately 30k north of Calling Lake. It offers 51 unserviced wooded sites, a boat launch, a walking trail, and firewood for sale during summer months. A beach is located on the northeastern part of the lake accessible by boat. $15/night.
Each site at Tanasiuk is shaded amongst the trees and includes a picnic table and fire pit.
Jennifer’s Open Camp & Wilderness Resort is located in Wabasca .5 km north of the four-way stop on HWY 813. It offers fully serviced RV stalls for the summer season (RV camping closes Thanksgiving weekend). Daily, weekly and monthly rates available.
Peerless Campground is picturesquely located along the lake and offers rustic camping with 15 sites set in amongst trees. This non-serviced campground is 5 km outside of Peerless Lake heading towards Trout Lake.
Trout Lake Campground (The Narrows) is non-serviced and located immediately after a small bridge that crosses the Narrows between the communities of Peerless Lake and Trout Lake. A small boat can access both Peerless Lake and Graham Lake from the boat launch. The camping area is an open grassy field offering plenty of space for picnicking and play and also great for group camping. Fire rings and outhouses are also provided.
All water plants in Wabasca are operational and accept quarters, loonies and toonies.
Water plant locations:
Water plant #2 is located on Neewatin Dr (St.Theresa loop) across from the Wabasca public library.
Check out the MD of Opportunity's website dedicated to tourism: http://www.onehundredpercentwild.com
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