Berwyn Campground –
The Village of Berwyn is opening up its campground in August on a “Pilot Project” basis. The following are the rules for campground use:
This is a casual use campground. There are no services available except for the RV Holding Tank Disposal station and potable water at the entrance.
Campground fees are not collected. Instead, we are on an “honor system” of a $10 donation per night. Payments can be made at the Village Office (5006 – 51st Street) during normal business hours. After-hours payments can also be dropped off through the mail slot at the Village Office.
There is no firewood supplied. But you are welcome to collect the deadwood on the ground in the campground area. Washrooms are supplied with toilet paper and hand sanitizer, and are restocked during normal business hours.
If the campground becomes crowded, occupancy at each site will be limited to three consecutive days.
Loud music and heavy drinking are discouraged. Be considerate of other campers here.
Enjoy the facility, feel free to leave questions and comments on the Village of Berwyn Facebook page.
“Normal business hours” are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday.
For more info call the Village Office at 780-338-3922.
Tower Park Recreational Area – Nature & Cross Country Ski Trails, Picnic Areas, Tennis Courts, Baseball Diamonds, Bird Watching Areas, and new walking trail.
Lac Cardinal Recreation Area – located 2 miles north and 3 miles west of Grimshaw, along the eastern shore of Lac Cardinal. There are fire pits, a playground area, a camp kitchen, outhouses, and 16 camping sites (no reservations taken), which cost $10.00/night; however there are no power hookups or showers. The North Peace Stampede takes place here every year, and as well, there is a large hall with basic amenities which can be rented from the Municipality. The Lac Cardinal Provincial Park is located beside this Recreation Area and is also equipped with camp sites and boat launch.
Queen Elizabeth Provincial Park – located adjacent to the Lac Cardinal Recreation Area, but managed by the Government of Alberta, this park has day use areas, overnight camping areas, a bird watching area, cross country ski trail, walking trail, boat dock and beach areas. Here is a website that gives more information on this park, including booking information: http://www.albertaparks.ca/queen-elizabeth.aspx.
Strong Creek Park – located next to the Peace river, along Shaftesbury Trail approximately 8 miles south of the Town of Peace River. There is a large day use area, playground, fire pits, 18 free camping sites (no power hookups or showers), outhouses and drinking water is available.
Brownvale Ball Diamonds – located 1 mile west and 1/2 mile north of the Hamlet of Brownvale. As well as ball diamonds, there are fire pits, 10 basic camping sites (no charge), day use area, outhouses, and 2 horseshoe pits.
Elk Island Campsite – located next to the Peace river, approximately 4 miles west and 15 miles south of the Hamlet of Brownvale on a “good weather” road. There are 12 basic camping sites (no power hookups or showers), fire pits, outhouses and a playground
Peace Valley Guest Ranch – Experience outdoor adventure on the Might Peace at the Peace Valley Guest Ranch. River Cruise, trail riding, hiking, mini golf and bird watching are some the relaxing activities you can enjoy. Call for details at 780 332-7444 for more information or to book, e-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website at www.mightypeace.com.
For more information about tourism in the area, contact Mighty Peace Tourism Association www.mightypeace.com.