Camp Lake Park

Haley & Nathan Jeynes enjoying a stand up paddle board at Camp Lake. Photo courtesy of Marilyn Jeynes.

Haley & Nathan Jeynes enjoying a stand up paddle board at Camp Lake. Photo courtesy of Marilyn Jeynes.

Campground Guidelines

Campground Guidelines

On May 6, 2020 Beaver County Council made the decision to open Beaver County’s campgrounds on June 1, 2020 based on recommendations established for Provincial campgrounds by the Province of Alberta and Alberta Health Services

These recommendations include:

  • Only up to 50% capacity, every other site is closed
  • Only one unit per site, & you are confined to your site, no visiting other campers in other sites.
  • No group camping, single site usage no tenting permitted.
  • No out of province campers.
  • No Playgrounds opened, basketball, volleyball or tetherball
  • No benches, picnic shelters to be used, or change rooms at Camp Lake.
  • No public showers will be opened.
  • One person at a time allowed into concession or those belonging to the same family.
  • Boat launch is open but only people with a reserved site and from the same family home allowed into the boat.
  • Beach is closed, docks will be removed and relocated, buoys will remain out of the water.
  • Gates locked at night.
  • Water taps outside people must supply their own hoses to fill their tanks.
  • Day use area will remain closed until further notice.
  • Please provide your own toilet paper for the public outhouses.

The health and safety of our residents, visitors, staff, and contractors is our top priority. These measures are in line with Provincial recommendations to practice physical distancing.

The complete rules and regulations for the campgrounds are still being developed by the Province and will be posted as soon as they are released, which will impact County campgrounds also.


Campground Reservations

Our campground reservation system is now taking reservations for June 01, 2020 onward.  For those who have already made reservations, we are working on processing refunds or rebooking’s.

We apologize to our residents and visitors for this inconvenience, which we realize is significant and unprecedented.

For further information, please contact the County Office at 780-663-3730 or email at

Beaver County has moved to an online reservation system beginning Monday, March 2nd, 2020,
through Camp Reservations Canada, you must have an email address and a credit card in order to make an online reservation.

 Before you book your site online please view the map  as some site numbers have changed.

To book online go to

Camp Lake Park features two beaches, a boat launch, boat trailer parking, picnic shelters/cookhouses, and a sewer dump station for your convenience.

Take in some swimming, boating, water skiing, sailing, canoeing, hiking, and horseshoes. A playground, basketball hoop, volleyball court and beach volleyball are also available for your enjoyment. 

The concession is located at the entrance to the campground where you will find flush toilets/showers, firewood, ice cream, and other concession items for sale cash/credit.


  • Regular office hours are 10:00am - 8:00pm
  • Open June 01
  • Open until September 15th
  • 73 sites available. 
  • Daily rates (per unit plus GST): power $36 and non-serviced sites $30
  • Day use and group sites available. Minimum 3 units per group site.
  • Tap water and 15-30 amp power is available.
  • Caretaker is on site. All campsites have firepits and picnic tables.
  • Garbage, flushable toilets, showers, pet waste and recycling stations are located throughout the campground.
  • Please note all operators of motorized boats are required to obtain and carry a Pleasure Craft Operator Card regardless of age, length of both engine or engine horsepower. These will be requested to be shown at the Camp Lake Park Campground Office, to ensure safe driving on the Lake.


48118 RR 112
18 km east of Viking on Secondary Highway 619 and 2 km north on RR 112.
15 minutes east of Viking, one hour and 45 minutes east of Edmonton.


For reservations please use our online reservation system.

Black Bear Sighting

In early May 2014, a black bear was sighted on the east side of Camp Lake, east of Viking.  The bear did not enter the campsite.

Alberta Fish & Wildlife have been on-site, have assessed the situation, and believes there is a low risk that the bear will return to the area.

As with any other outdoor camping activity, campers should always remain diligent and take the necessary precautions to stay safe amongst naturally-occurring wildlife.

Keep your campsite clean and remove garbage from your campsite promptly.

Pets should always be kept on a leash, and small children should be accompanied by an adult around the campground.

To familiarize yourself with bear activity and safety tips, check out the following links.

Bears and Residents Information Brochure
Outdoor Safety Checklist
Bear Safety - Camping, Hiking, and Fishing

Beaver County welcomes you to Camp Lake and hopes that you enjoy your stay here!  Please contact the campground operator with any questions or concerns.

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Camp Lake Beach

Camp Lake Beach