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Regina, Canada
Reviewed 24 December 2016

Absolutely gorgeous spot! Great hiking and unique hoo doos - they are smaller than the hoo doos in Dinosaur provincial park - which is also gorgeous! Lots of wildlife including rattle snakes. The interpretive centre has really good programs. Our son took part in a program with a live non poisonous snake. the presenter let the children hold the snake...

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Reviewed 2 October 2016 via mobile

We had a great stay here. Clean washrooms. There are lots of historical things to see and cool hikes. The playground is a nice size. The showers were hot and clean also. There are powered sites but no water - there is plenty of drinking water accessible though. We saw a lot of wildlife and even a rattle snake! A...

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Thank David B
Reviewed 6 September 2016 via mobile

This is an amazing set up. Well worth the money. Great campground all around. Tours from the visitor centre were a great choice for our family. Bring shoes for hiking and playing in the hoodoos as snakes are in the area. No restaurant or cafe in the area so make sure you bring all your food, but cold drinks are...

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Calgary, Canada
Reviewed 20 August 2016

We recently went for a 3-day weekend, and would easily go again and add another day. The campsites are close enough together to be convenient, and far enough apart that you feel like you have your own space. The kids loved climbing on the hoodoos, plus learned lots at the interpretive center. I would also recommend booking a tour, as...

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Calgary, Canada
Reviewed 16 August 2016 via mobile

It was wonderful. Everything was there, all you need to bring is food and fun!! They are very thoughtful, including everything that you need, and something you did not think of too! The space is big, the washroom and shower is very close by. Most important is very clean and you feel safe in the camp ground. Lots of stuffs...

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Vulcan, Canada
Reviewed 25 June 2016

A great place to unwind and reboot life. The landscape is unique and breath taking. Would recommend this place to everyone. While there make sure you pack your running shoes for the Hoodoo Trail and don't forget to check out the interactive center. Visitors should be cautious of snakes in the park along the rocks.

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Red Deer
Reviewed 22 July 2015

This is a very special place. The unique topography, wildlife, and history make it worthy of a visit. To top it off, the campground is incredibly quiet and peaceful. The facilities - showers, trails, visitor centre, and camp store - are all first-class. The river is cool and delightful to swim or float. The beach area is fantastic for kids...

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Calgary, Canada
Reviewed 3 September 2014

For those who enjoy camping once in awhile but don't want to invest in a trailer or tent or all the gear, comfort camping is the way to go. Writing On Stone has three lovely, clean, permanent tents for comfort camping - 100% equipped, comfortable and rain proof. The fact that they book up so quickly is a testament to...

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Reviewed 15 August 2014 via mobile

This location is beautiful. The hoodoos are great fun for the kids and we spent the other time playing in the river and making sand sculptures. A must do camping. main Washrooms:showers were clean and warm water. Loved that they had treated drinking water taps located thru the park. Highly recommend this place just no internet service in campground but...

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1Thank Susanne G
Alberta
Reviewed 2 August 2014

This camp ground is really a Southern Alberta gem. Summer weekends are quite booked up far in advance, as it is a favourite place for locals to come campling. If you decide to spend a few nights midweek, you can probably get a site with power. (Alberta Parks has a great on-line reservation system so you can see pictures of...

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Address: Hwy 501 & Hwy 500 | Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park, Milk River, Alberta, Canada
Region: Canada > Alberta > Milk River
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