Random camping is permitted in wildland provincial parks with some restrictions and recommendations. Random camping is not permitted within 1 kilometre of a designated camping facility. Random camping is not permitted within 1 kilometre of a road, provincial park or provincial recreation area boundary.
Can you camp on public land in Alberta?
Beyond the public and private sites across the province that you can camp in for a nightly fee, Alberta residents are also able to peg their tent or drive an RV onto public (aka “crown”) land. It is also commonly known as “backcountry” camping, “random” camping or “boondocking”.
Can you random camp in Canmore?
Random camping is permitted in Public Land Use Zones (PLUZ) with some restrictions and recommendations.
Can you random camp at Tombstone Lakes?
It is important to note that if you do not have a permit to camp at Tombstone Backcountry Campground, random camping is not permitted in this area. From the campground, its is a roughly 3.1mi route with 574ft of elevation gain to Upper Tombstone Lake.
Can you camp with a tent in Alberta?
Equipment/People Permitted on a Campsite The maximum number of motor vehicles, tents, recreational vehicles and trailers permitted on a campsite is three. Only two of these may be used as sleeping quarters. The camping fee applies to each accommodation unit on a campsite.