Camping 6 Campgrounds & RV Parks close to Medicine Hat
Elkwater Cabins Wake up to themorning sunshine and bird song in secluded settings. Feel like you are the only ones around for miles. Get a taste of adventure in the comfort of a cabin. Horseshoe Canyon is a mere 200metres away along a wooded path. Standing there, at 1,400metres elevation the hills and trees melt away below your feet, exposing Alberta’s endless prairie. Pro Tip: On a clear day, you can even see Medicine Hat on the horizon, 80 kilometres away as the crow flies. Sandy Point The South Saskatchewan river valley at Sandy Point is the Canadian Badlands at its finest. You approach it after 100 kilometres of rolling Alberta prairie, which is hypnotic and remarkable in its own right. Suddenly ranchers’ fields and virgin prairie
drop away as you descend into the valley. Along the riverbank is a sleepy little camp- ground, a great place to spend the night. Pro Tip: Use it as a base or finishing point for canoe trips or fishing, with dozens moremiles of badlands hoodoos for your eyes only. 40Mile Park 40 Mile Park is set along a reservoir and has become one of Southern Alberta’s most popular boating, fish- ing, and RVing spots. The sites are big, the boat launch can handle dozens of vehicles, and the reservoir is big enough for everyone to get on the water. Pro Tip: While water sustains the livelihood of Southern Alberta’s hardworking people, the canal system that diverts all that water also provides recreation opportunities for everyone.
Rustic backcountry or convenient glamping - experience Southeast Alberta with these great campgrounds and RV Parks in and around Medicine Hat.
Make Medicine Hat your basecamp to outdoor adventures and sleep under the stars with campgrounds and RV parks a short drive from the city. Whether it be rustic backcountry or convenient glamping - experience Southeast Alberta with these 6 great campgrounds and RV Parks in and close to Medicine Hat.