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Reviewed 8 August 2013

We experienced Banff, Lake Louise and Jasper Whistlers campgrounds. They are all managed by the National Parks but Whistlers is by far the best in terms of equipment (even if you could hope to have an other set of showers to avoid using your car for a shower for the clients located at the very end of the campground), available room, proposed activities, children programmes and evening daily shows, information about animals, treks ...
At night, the campground is quiet: railway and highway are far enough.
... and you receive daily visits by friendly elks: great for the children!

  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled with family
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2  Thank Luc A
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Reviewed 8 August 2013

Stayed two nights with my two boys (aged 10 and 7) at this campground. It had exactly what I was seeking: trails for hiking or mountain biking right from the campground into the town of Jasper only a few kilometres away, and then town trails hook up with several other trails (of all ability levels) right from there. We had a great three hour mountain bike ride around the area and next to the river. It was awesome. The campground is great - very large sites and amenities are clean and not too far away. It is a HUGE campground, so lots of people there. Jasper is very popular tourist destination, especially for Europeans and Americans, so get to the campground prior to mid-afternoon if you want to be assured of getting a spot. My only negative is the cost. $39 for two days just to stay in Jasper National Park, and then $72 for two nights at the campground, including a fire permit for two nights. It is very pricey, but I guess that's the price to pay to stay in paradise. Deer and Elk right in our campsite over the two days. A huge mamma deer (and her baby nearby) and freaked my kids right out in morning coming out of the tent to stare into the eyes of an Elk! It even licked my older son on his hand. Jasper is a special place. Too touristy, but still special. Not far down the road (in BC) you'll also find excellent campgrounds in Mt. Robson Provincial Park. A little more remote, but stunningly beautiful.

Room Tip: get there early to guarantee you will get a campsite.
  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled with family
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2  Thank BradinTourism
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Reviewed 7 August 2013 via mobile

It's a huge campground, but it didn't felt too busy/crowded. The service is great if you want to stay at one place for your whole trip and It's great for families. They offer children programs and evening shows. There are enough toilets (flush!) and hot showers. We enjoyed our stay

  • Stayed: July 2013
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1  Thank Chrissele
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Reviewed 5 August 2013

This was a bit more of a car-camping experience than we wanted. We were tucked amidst RVs bigger than our house and had to listen to neighboring campers solve all of life's problems. However, the grounds were well-kept, all showers and bathrooms very clean, and perfectly located to take in the local sites and hikes. We were late in applying so there were no more "primitive" grounds available...I guess we got what we paid for.

  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled with family
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Thank Mark M
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Reviewed 21 July 2013

Situated right outside of town and just off the Icefield parkway this is a perfect spot to set up your base for a wonderful vacation. Couple that with elk sleeping alongside your camper and squirrels, chipmunks and other wildlife all around you there is not much more you could need. Note that if you go with a sewerage hookup you are unlikely to get a fire pit as well so consider water and electricity only in exchange for a fire which is the heart of camping.

  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled with family
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3  Thank diverdude15
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