Tent camped here one night. Location of campground to the lake is nice and the lake and surrounding views are beautiful. Even though it's a camp ground, you do feel like you are in a natural area. We knew that the bath house only has sinks and toilets - no showers. However, when we arrived the bath house was closed for the season for renovation. So only option was porta johns. They were DISGUSTING/UNSANITARY and for some strange reason placed close to the beautiful lake. I have never seen porta johns in such desperate need of attention. WAY over due for a dump. Wait and go next summer.
- Also Known As:
- Waterfowl Lake Campground Hotel
- Waterfowl Lake Campground Hotel Banff
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Open from late June through early September Basic features include: * Flush toilets, * Piped water, * Kitchen shelters with wood cook stoves, * Fire rings and firewood, * Food storage, * Recycling bins, and Sanitation station. Note: no showers here. ... more less