Camping & RV'ing in Northern Alberta

Enjoy the summer right in taking the family and friends out and into the great outdoors. The MD of Opportunity is home to five lakeside campgrounds where you can set up camp and not worry about driving to the water. Unplug and reconnect around a campfire, telling tales about the day's adventures while enjoying a meal fire side. Learn about the night sky and marvel at the sunsets on the many lakes in the area.


Wabasca Lions Club Campground: 780-891-2093

  • Open May long weekend until mid September.
  • 14.5 km north of Wabasca from the four way stop.
  • 35 stalls (20 power, 15 non power)
  • Reservations are not taken at this time for individual sites.

  Hugging the shore of North Wabasca Lake this campground is nestled amongst the trees and offers the following amenities:

  • FREE firewood
  • Boat launch
  • Sandy beach
  • Water pump (non potable)
  • Fish cleaning station
  • 2 Group sites (power) available by reservation only via the number above.

Lions Club Beach on North Wabasca Lake

Jennifer's Open Camp and Wilderness Resort: 780-891-2267

  • .5 km north of the four way on HWY 813
  • Fully serviced stalls
  • Daily, weekly, and monthly rates

Rock Island Lake

Tanasiuk Recreation Area: 780-331-3860
Located on highway 813 approximately 30 km's north of Calling Lake.

  • 51 unserviced sites, best for tents or 35 foot trailers or less
  • $15 per night
  • This beautiful lakeside campground offers the following amenities:
  • Firewood for purchase during summer months
  • Firepits
  • Picnic tables
  • Boat launch
  • Beach across the lake accessible by boat
  • Hiking trail

One of the many sites facing the shore of Rock Island Lake.

A perfect amount of shade and sun at this Tanasiuk campsite.

Calling Lake

Calling Lake Provincial Campground:
This beautiful campground is open mid May through Thanksgiving weekend offering 81 camping stalls suitable for tents and trailers. All sites are hooked up for power and cost $29/night. Online reservations for most sites can be made through 1-877-537-2757

  • Washrooms with Flush toilets and sinks (no showers)
  • Non-potable water
  • Fire pits
  • Picnic tables
  • Firewood for sale
  • Lake access includes a boat launch and pier
  • Fish cleaning station
  • Sewage Dump Station
  • White sand beach with swimming area nearby
  • $29 which includes power

Lots of room to maneover trailers after the recent expansion at Calling Lake Provincial Park.

Fishing and having fun on Calling Lake during the summer.

Back Lakes

Peerless Lake Campground is picturesquely located along the lake and offers rustic camping with 15 sites set in amongst trees. This non-serviced campground is 5 km outside of Peerless Lake heading towards Trout Lake.

Trout Lake Campground is non-serviced and located at the boat launch for Graham Lake (aka "The Narrows"). It offers an open, grassy area perfect for group camping and outhouses.



A variety of hotels are available throughout the region.


Riverside Inn: 780-891-2020
59 motel rooms, mini fridge, microwave, continental breakfast, laundry, convenience store, restaurant and free wi-fi internet.

Noralta Lodge: 780-891-3962
262 rooms, 24 hour kitchen for snacks, gym, service lounge and internet.

Luxury First Hotel & Spa: 780-891-2021
12 rooms, laundry service, free wi-fi internet, room service.

The Lake Lodge: Wabasca: 780-891-1040
4 two-bedroom units completely furnished with living, dining and kitchen areas, wi-fi, and patio or balcony overlooking the lake.

Calling Lake

JoKat Lodge: 780-331-2000
Located on HWY 813 five km north of Calling Lake, 33 rooms, Restaurant open 7am-7pm

Red Earth Creek

Noralta Airport Lodge 780-649-2250

Noralta Lodge 780-649-2500

R.E.A.L (Red Earth Accommodations Ltd) 780-649-3140

Red Earth Inn 780-649-3750

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