Cavalcade is one of the most scenic group campground around. A great basecamp to explore the western parts of David Thompson Country with lots of hiking trails nearby.

The 8 sites can accommodate from 7 to 30 units each and 4 of those sites include a kitchen shelter, making it an ideal spot for groups of all size.

Details

The information below is based on our numerous visit to the area, including on July 15, 2013, September 29, 2014, September 13, 2015 and September 4, 2016.

  • Activities: Camping
  • Season: May – October
  • Site Fees: $185 per night for the first 5 units. $27 per additional unit. $12 reservation fee per stay.
  • Number of Sites: 8 unserviced group sites (7 to 30 units per site)
  • Congestion: Moderate
  • Picnic Tables: Yes
  • Washrooms: Dry Toilets
  • Water: Not potable
  • Firewood: Supplied
  • Kitchen Shelter: Yes on sites 1, 4, 5 & 7.
  • Playground: No
  • Management: Alberta Parks
  • Protection Status: Provincial Recreation Area
  • Region: David Thompson Corridor
  • Campground Operator: Westward Bound Campgrounds
  • Campground Host: Operator located at Two O’Creek Campground
  • Day Use Pass Required: No
  • Reservations: Required
  • Check-in: 4 pm
  • Check-out: 2 pm
  • Dogs Allowed: Yes on leash
  • Cell Reception: None

Getting There: Cavalcade Group Campground is located on Highway 11 approximately 28 km east of Saskatchewan River Crossing and 65 km west of Nordegg.

The Campground

Every site offers great views of the mountains and sites are well spaced, providing privacy for your group adventure. Dry toilets, firewood and a water pump (no potable water) is available at most sites. Some of the sites are more popular than others, especially those with kitchen shelters.

Outdoor Safety

  • For your safety and the protection of the area please follow trail signs, stay on the trail and respect all trail and area closures
  • Be respectful of wildlife and familiarize yourself with wildlife safety techniques including keeping your pet on a leash and keeping your group together.
  • Always be prepared when travelling outdoors.
  • This area has no cell phone reception.
  • Information provided here may be inaccurate or outdated. Always make sure to obtain current information before going on your adventure.

Disclaimer

There are inherent risks in outdoor activities. Although we strive to provide accurate information and to alert you of potential dangers, trail conditions may change quickly due to weather conditions and other factors. Using the information provided on this site is entirely at your own risk and Pursuit Adventures is in no ways liable for any injuries or other damages that may be sustained by anyone using the trails or information described on this site.