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This park offers 28 vehicle accessible campsites on a first-come, first-served basis. Campsite reservations are not accepted. Camping fees are payable in cash only. Don't recommend the sites closest to the lake in a downpour
Vehicle Accessible Camping Fee: $20.00 per party / night. (No pull through sites).
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This was one of our favorite sites in two months of traveling. Beautiful lake. Quiet after dark. Clean pit toilets. Yes the sites are a bit close together but the views make up for that. Also several trails lead off from here if you like to hike.Report Check-In
Clean pit toilets with hand sanitizer. I ended up getting water from the stream at the end of the lake, instead of the pump. Clean sites overall.Report Check-In
very nice place, near the lake. nice and clean pit toilet.
we are traveling with a 28 feet long RV and there was lots of Room for us!
Rather smallish sites with little privacy, close to the highway (which is quiet after dark). Water from a hand operated pump needs to be boiled before use. Pit toilets are clean. Remarkably few biting bugs. Paid CAN 20 for one site (max 6 people).Report Check-In
The Summit Peak hike is beautiful…incredible views, gorgeous stream along the lower part of the trail, a few snowy patches between the two viewpoints, but not on the trail. Be prepared for any weather and bring lots of water and good footwear. Also pay attention to the rock cairns as it’s easy to divert off the trail on the descent of you are busy looking at the views. There’s a bit of cell service at the top.Report Check-In
campground just off highway, beautiful locationReport Check-In
Gated and closed 5/30, maybe opens in June?Report Check-In
Very beautiful place to base out of and do tower by bike and hike flowers springs trail the next day. Animals like caribou, sheep, and marmots are examples of what I saw. The other campers were friendly, and the park operator even came to check on me in the evening.
One of our favorite campsites. Note that the campground is posted (Stone Mountain) Summit Lake Campground. We did not see a separate Stone Mountain Campground. Maybe there has been a name change?? Lots of room and choice on a Tuesday night. We did not do the summit hike - looked a little too strenuous for us - but we did try the hike to Flowers Lake which we did not complete but it was gorgeous. Take you bear bell and bear spray. Lots of wildlife on the highway, especially stone sheep, so drive carefully.Report Check-In
This place is a beautiful campsite. Unfortunately the spots by the lake were full but even the ones further back to the right are still very nice.Report Check-In
The spot was amazing! The view is great, the camp is really nice, restroom, picnic table and firewood. Someone from the park came to ask us if we needed some and helped some big ribs to park. You have a trial just near by (but careful she told us she saw a Grizzli!) 20$ the night, self registration.Report Check-In
Not big rig friendly and right off highwayReport Check-In
This campground also has multiple trail access points (Summit Ridge, Flowering Springs, etc.)Report Check-In
This park offers vehicle accessible campsites on a first-come, first-served basis. Campsite reservations are not accepted. Camping fees are payable in cash only. Don't recommend the sites closest to the lake in a downpour
Vehicle Accessible Camping Fee: $20.00 per party / night