We recently camped here for three nights / four days, in the unserviced loop.
It has amenities such as pay showers, flush toilets, outhouses, water, ample garbage and great little store (Has tons of camping supplies, at a good price) Sites are well treed, giving lots of privacy, and great for placing tarps if need be. We couldn't even see any other campers where we were and the grounds were full. We couldn't even hear anyone else at night while they were at their fires.
The campground itself is quite large and has access to a couple hiking/interpretive trails that connect to a couple day use areas (Whitefish, Moraine, Middle Lake). It was a quiet place to stay (even on a long weekend), you do hear the train go by (and it can be a bit loud) but that is also just part of being in the valley.
We would recommend taking in the interpretive program when you are there. Its a cheesy little play with singing and dancing, with a different theme each week. The rangers put this on and they do such an amazing job! The seats were packed (There was at least 75 other campers sitting and watching!)
There is lots to do in the area, it is close to Kananaskis, but right at the grounds you have access to Whitefish day area, Middle Lake, Many Springs interpretive trail. It's definitely a beautiful place to stay.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking