|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, Visa|
|Getting There |||Eight kilometers east of Brooks in southern Alberta|
|Mid-May to September, Reservations accepted, operational changes may occur.|
Profile Last Updated: September 29, 2008
Nestled in Alberta’s prairie grasslands is Tillebrook Provincial Park, a quiet, shady park and campground area just off of Highway 1 and east of the city of Brooks. With 85 camping units and access to amenities such as public phones, showers, flush toilets, tap water, site power, this campsite is ideal for Trans-Canada Highway travellers looking for a relaxing area to enjoy the outdoors. The campground is also accessible to those with disabilities.
Not Too Far Away
Tillebrook Provincial Park is only 35 minutes southwest of Dinosaur & Kinbrook Island Provincial Parks, both of which are great day trip ideas for the whole family to enjoy. The Park’s close location to other destinations is ideal for groups of visitors who want to experience a wide variety of activities during their stay. In addition, whether pitching a tent or setting up an RV trailer, take some time after an event-filled day to have a picnic in one of the park’s shelters or prepare a meal the old-fashioned way over a fire pit.
Keep Active Outdoors
Leisurely activities available at the park include horseshoe pits, playgrounds, volleyball, and basketball. Tillebrook Provincial Park also has plenty of short self-guided trails winding through the prairie grasslands, which are perfect for a jog or hike.
Off-Season Phone Number: 403-378-4342