Breathtaking views. Fantastic experiences.

Camping is a favourite activity enjoyed by residents and visitors alike. Immerse yourself in the great outdoors, get away from civilization, and enjoy nature on a relaxing trip. From full service lakefront campsites to backcountry campsites, the region boasts a large number of camping facilities to suit any outdoor enthusiast.


There are 12 campgrounds in the area with over 900 sites to serve a diverse range of campers. Choose lake-front lots with prime viewing for dramatic summer sunsets or, if you are an early bird, sunrises. For the more adventurous, choose a site close to the plethora of trail systems that run throughout the area.

Campground sites range from full service, powered, and unpowered, with options for tenting, campers, and RVs. For families looking to have the convenience and lifestyle of an annual site, there are long-term rentals available—a great way for families to make the most of summer without having to pack up every weekend. There are also cabins rentals and various B&B’s in the region for those looking for a retreat without the tent or camper.

Camping Destinations in the Lesser Slave River Region

Anchor Inn Resort

A private campground just north of St. Albert, Alberta, the Anchor Inn Resort offers a beautiful — yet accessible — escape. The fully-treed family-friendly resort features a campground, four-season and summer (A-frame) cabin rentals, Boat Rentals, a play park and much more. Activities abound, from camping and fishing to quadding, hiking and cycling. Some come to this special spot to just get away from it all.

This pet-friendly resort has all the amenities, including a convenience store.

Campsite Reservations
780.829.2211 or kaleb04 (@)

More Information
For more information, please visit the Anchor Inn Resort website.

For more information about recreational activities in and around Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park, visit the Government of Alberta’s Tourism, Parks, and Recreation website by clicking here.

Provincial Crown Land Recreation Guidelines

Alberta's Guide to Outdoor Recreation on Provincial Crown Land is a new resource for Albertans and other visitors and provides valuable information about outdoor recreation on Crown land.

Click Here to download your copy of the new outdoor recreation guide now!


Welcome to Lesser Slave River

Just a few hours due north of Edmonton lies the remarkable region of Lesser Slave River. From breathtaking expanses of boreal forest and unspoiled natural wonders to a thriving economy and genuine work/life balance, opportunities abound.

Here you'll discover a place of rugged beauty. A place of real people. A place you'll never want to leave.

Reeve Murray Kerik
Municipal District of Lesser Slave River no. 124

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