Red Lodge Provincial Park
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Red Lodge Provincial Park, about 120 km (75 mi) north of Calgary, offers riverside camping in a mature spruce forest. Set up camp and swim, paddle or fish for trout, burbot and white fish in the Little Red Deer River.
On this site on the shore of Little Red Deer River an English settler named Mr. Crichley had a craftsman build him a large log home. The logs were painted red, thus Red Lodge became the name of his ranch and later, the name of this park.
67 unserviced campsites and 39 powered (15/30 amp) sites. Cook shelter, fire pits, firewood (for sale), flush toilets, horseshoe pits, pit/vault toilets, playground, sewage disposal, showers, and water (tap) available.
- Camping - Group
- Day Use Areas
- Picnic Tables
- Water - Tap
- RV Camping
- Tent Camping
- Wildlife Viewing
Let us help you get there
From QE2/Highway 2 take exit 357/Bowden, drive west on highway 587 for 14.8 km