West of Mt Robson Park | Wild Camping

Canada

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Verified:
8 months ago
Altitude:
783.0 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
Ivan

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

Just outside of the park, just west of Swift Current road is a turnoff with a couple of options. Big field to turn a big rig around and covered from the road by trees, though you still hear the trucks at night. Last spot before the provincial park begins.

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Nous avons dormi là une nuit. Très calme. Seulement le bruit des camions de temps en temps. Attention route en terre. Ne pas s'aventurer si pas équipé lorsqu'il pleut. Beaucoup de place, cadre sympathique, au milieu d'une forêt avec une roche.

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Not a bad spot. I stayed in my tent. The ground is lumpy and uneven, so you'll have to scout around a bit for a place for a tent.

Had the place to myself until an hour after sunset. An RV came in and parked. A small car came in and they set up a tent. And another vehicle came in after that but turned around and left.

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Fantastic little spot. The road is in great condition. There are at least four spots back here and I've had it to myself the whole time.

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Based on previous comments I went there hoping that the noise would be moderate. Actually, the traffic is not reducing at night and the trucks noise was too loud for me. Bad night.

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Enter from Swift Current Creek. Overgrown old road. Just outside of Mount Robson Provincial Park. Signs say no tenting no fires.

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Functional and quite quiet. Partial mountain views. Big rigs might have trouble finding a completely flat spot.

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nice place to stay before entering Jasper Nationalpark. Entry is located at 53.010255, -119.285575. it seems like an old quarry. at the entrance there is a very old sign that says "no trespassing", but you can't really say in which direction it shows. so I stayed here without any issues. it's not so noisy from the highway that I am expected.

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Not bad. An other 3 vehicles where there. Not much privacy but is very close to the park and the path is ok.

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This was a nice spot to pull in. It was raining so we just pulled in and went to bed. A couple other people parked there (from Germany and Sweden). Not too noisy. Only thing I would say is to keep your eye out for the road once you pass Swift Current Road (if heading West) as the GPS coordinates want to bring you through the woods (lol) No amenities but good spot overall!

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ok place. old small quary. enough room for 3-4 cars. there were 2 more cars here overnight

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Coming from jasper national park it is just couple minutes after the visitor center and 50-100 m before the pull out zone on the right hand side. (Google maps might send you to the zone instead of turning into the road.) Follow the path to the end and you’ll find enough space for 10 camper and

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Just outside of the park, just west of Swift Current road is a turnoff with a couple of options. Big field to turn a big rig around and covered from the road by trees, though you still hear the trucks at night. Last spot before the provincial park begins.

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