|Ten tips to get the best campsite this summer|
1. Book an entire campground or group use area.
Many provincial parks in Alberta offer group camping and you’ll only need to find a group of five families for many of the campgrounds. Many group use areas are completely private and set apart from other campgrounds in the park.
Big Tip: Try this for a long weekend and avoid the madness in the normal campground. Can’t get the group site you want? Try booking a double site, available at many campgrounds. This still allows you to share a large communal site with one to two other families.
2. Know when to camp.
Quietest times to camp: spring, fall, mid-week, and the weekend following a long weekend. Seriously, nobody goes camping the weekend after the May long weekend. Busiest times to camp: long weekends and pretty much anytime the kids are on summer vacation.
Best Tips: If you must camp on a long weekend, hike or paddle into a backcountry campground, stay at a backcountry hut or cabin, try walk-in camping, or book a group site away from regular campsites.
3. Know how to choose a quiet campsite.
Does loud music bother you when camping? Hate generators? Love solitude?
Check out these tips for choosing a quiet campsite...
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