The Two O’Clock Creek Campground is one of our favourite in David Thompson Country and the nearby trails offer excellent hiking opportunities. The campground is relatively small and every site offer a great view of the surrounding mountains.

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: $27 per night. Cash only. Self registration.
  • Number of Sites: 22 Unserviced
  • Congestion: Busy most nights of the summer
  • Picnic Tables: Yes
  • Washrooms: Dry Toilets
  • Water: Not potable
  • Firewood: Supplied
  • Kitchen Shelter: No
  • Playground: No
  • Management: Alberta Parks
  • Protection Status: Provincial Recreation Area
  • Region: David Thompson Corridor
  • Campground Operator: Westward Bound Campgrounds
  • Campground Host: Operator and Alberta Parks on site
  • Day Use Pass Required: No
  • Reservations: No
  • Check-in: 4 pm
  • Check-out: 2 pm
  • Dogs Allowed: Yes on leash
  • Cell Reception: None

Getting There: Two O’Clock Creek Campground is located on Highway 11 approximately 29 km east of Saskatchewan River Crossing and 64 km west of Nordegg.

The Campground

Almost every site at this campground offers great views of the mountains and privacy at the same time. Some sites are smaller, mostly facing the meadow at the centre of the campground with larger sites on the outside. There are a few secluded walk-in tenting site but unfortunately they are located the closest to the highway.

Every site includes a gravel pad, picnic table and fire pit. There are two dry toilets, both of the newer Alberta Parks model and while there is a water pump the water is not potable. Firewood is included in the campsite fees and is available from the campground host.

Unfortunately there is no longer a picnic shelter at this campground. Like most of the other campgrounds in the area, the ones here were taken down a few years ago leaving few options on a rainy day.

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.