|Getting There |||QE II north from Calgary or south from Edmonton to Hwy 12 west and follow for 15 kilometres|
Profile Last Updated: February 11, 2009
There is no glacier-fed cold water at Aspen Beach to get you shivering by just dipping your toes in. Instead, the beaches that surround Pine Lake and Gull Lake in this park are wide and sandy with plenty of sun, and are perfect for sunbathing or hanging out with a group for the day or the weekend. Beyond the beaches you will find shallow waters that are relatively warm and perfectly suited to paddling and swimming. Aspen Beach Provincial Park offers 600 campsites with varying degrees of amenities.
Plenty of Parking
Lakeview Campground, one of two in the park, accommodates trailers and has available water, sewer, power and non-power sites. The 228 sites at this campground have access to a private beach, boat launch, playgrounds, a ball diamond and horseshoe pits and offer free showers and public restrooms.
Out of the Way
If you would prefer something a little more along the lines of backwoods camping but still within walking distance of some of those comforts of home, Brewers Campground in Aspen Beach Provincial Park has a more secluded feel. Tents and trailers are welcome and there is a large public beach, plenty of trails for walking and biking as well as horseshoe pits, showers and washrooms. All of the sites at Brewers Campground are unserviced.
Lakeview Campground: 403-748-4066
Brewers Campground: 403-748-1121