Camper "Rockies Cruiser" Ford E-250
Camper "Rockies Cruiser" Ford E-250
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2012 Triple bunk 24’, like new, electric awning, sleeps 7, toys
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Perched on the eastern edge of the Canadian Rockies, Bow Valley Provincial Park showcases a wonderland of rugged mountains and sparkling lakes. The park is set at the confluence of the Bow and Kananaskis Rivers is a popular outdoor recreation destination for locals and visitors alike. Within the park, you'll find scenic hiking trails and challenging scrambling routes, not to mention picturesque picnic spots and day-use areas. Anglers covet the park as a world-class trout fishing destination, while paddlers can explore serene lakes and thrilling whitewater rafting routes.
Unlike its wildly popular neighbors such as Banff and Jasper National Parks, Bow Valley flies largely under the radar. This makes it a fantastic place to escape the crowds and experience the Canadian wilderness at its best. Planning a getaway to Canada? Book an RV in Kananaskis Country and you'll enjoy the freedom to explore Bow Valley Provincial Park at your own pace.
Bow Valley Provincial Park is dotted with beautiful lakes and reservoirs that double as outdoor playgrounds. Formed by a hydroelectric dam, the cobalt blue water of Barrier Lake is great for canoeing, kayaking, and stand-up paddleboarding. Lac Des Arcs popular with windsurfers, while Middle Lake rewards birders with frequent sightings of Canada jays.
Hiking is one of the best ways to enjoy your Bow Valley Provincial Park camping experience, with trails for every fitness level. The Bow River Interpretive stretches for just over a mile between the Whitefish Day Use Area and Bow Valley Campground and is a favorite with families. Mountain biking is also a popular pursuit at Bow Valley Provincial Park. Anglers can cast a line in the Bow River, which is brimming with trout from May to October. Other rewarding fishing spots include Gap Lake and Grotto Pond, both know for monster browns and whitefish.
Head to the Barrier Lake Visitor Information Centre to find out more about the unique ecosystem of the park. Inside, you can check out displays on local flora and fauna, as well as pick up maps and get up-to-the-minute information from rangers. In the summer months, Bow Valley Provincial Park runs fun and educational interpretive programs designed to enrich your motorhome camping experience. Ranger-led walks, campfire sessions and bear safety talks are just some of the programs on offer.
Camping at Bow Valley Provincial Park immerses you in the natural splendor of Kananaskis Country. Bow Valley Campground offers a mix of serviced and unserviced RV camping sites, as well as tent-only sites. All feature good tree coverage and gorgeous views of Bow Valley and the surrounding mountains. Picnic tables and fire pits make it easy to enjoy your meals outdoors. More than 130 sites feature electric hookups of 15 or 30-amp, as well as water lines. You'll enjoy access to modern bathroom blocks with flush toilets and coin-operated showers, as well as a sewage disposal station for RVs with services onboard.
Lac Des Arcs Campground is another great place to park your camper rental, with around 30 spacious sites set on the shores of the lake. For more choice, consider first-come, first-served campgrounds such as Three Sisters. It enjoys a serene setting on the Bow River and features 36 spacious, shady sites. Willow Rock Campground offers a mix of power and primitive sites complete with access to modern amenities. Bow River features 59 powered sites and an additional seven unserviced sites.
Camping in an RV at Bow Valley Provincial Park puts you in the heart of Kananaskis Country, a beautiful pocket of Alberta that sees the mighty Kananaskis River collide with the Canadian Rockies. With more than 10 provincial parks and recreation areas to explore, there are endless opportunities to get outdoors. The hiking is legendary, with everything from leisurely nature trails to challenging day trips on offer, including the chance to summit a handful of 10,000-foot peaks.
Kananaskis Country is a premier destination for paddlers, with experienced kayakers and canoers taking on the whitewater rapids of the Highwood River. You can also sign up for guided whitewater rafting and float adventures with local outfitters or thrilling canyoneering and rappelling expeditions down tumbling waterfalls. A pair of 18-hole courses make Kananaskis Country a great destination for golfers.
Gas, groceries, firewood, and other motorhome camping supplies can be found in Canmore, a 15-minute drive from Bow Valley Provincial Park. The laidback mountain town boasts stunning views of the surrounding mountains and is filled with hip cafes, artisan bagel shops, and cozy bistros. Calgary is a one-hour drive east and offers a huge selection of RV rentals near Bow Valley Provincial Park.