We spent a week here in August at the Wasagaming Campground which is very big rig friendly. No problems navigating our 38ft 5th wheel around the park or getting into our spot. HUGE, pull thru gravel sites in the electrical and full hook up sections, some more level than others. Good amount of trees/shrubs between sites for privacy. The sites in the water and electric section weren't as private and most sites there seemed better designed to accommodate smaller RVs, tent trailers and tents. There's also a good # of sites with no services that would meet a variety of needs.
The main beach on Clear Lake is in the town of Wasagaming (very pretty) and it's an easy walk or bike ride from the campground as are all the other services offered there. If you don't mind crowds and enjoy people watching, you'll love it here. If you prefer a quieter spot, there are other beaches and swimming spots in picnic areas you can drive to at various locations around the lake. We found a spot on the north side of Clear Lake that was perfect for paddle boarding and, as a local told us, is supposedly less susceptible to swimmer's itch (info on it can be found on the park's website).
Looked like there was some interesting hiking to do here but after spending 2 weeks in Banff, the scenery just didn't compare. Instead we just relaxed, enjoyed the water and the nice summer weather. We also drove to the north end of the park (about 45-60 min each way) and although we were hoping to see a moose, we lucked out and saw a black bear!
This was our first visit here and we'll definitely be back!
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