Alberta is home to some of the most amazing public lands in the world and when you are exploring them, it is not uncommon to feel an overwhelming sense of awe and perspective. Fortunately it is very easy to explore all of the crown land that Alberta has to offer – and maybe even discover something incredible. Our guides are built to help you in your explorations!
We developed this guide to help Albertans make the most of all of the gorgeous backcountry that people travel from all over the world to come see – except that our crown land is a hidden little gem away from the crowds.
We have put together this ultimate beginners guide crown land camping in Alberta with the hope of introducing new campers to the thrill of escaping the stresses of urban life. This guide will help users identify the different types of public land, use the land in a safe and environmentally conscious manner, and provide tips to make your crown land camping experience awesome!
Destinations In Alberta’s Crown Land
Saunders, Alberta was a coal mining town found alongside the North Saskatchewan river between Rocky Mountain House and Nordegg. It is a popular place for hikers, adventurers, ghost town enthusiasts, and campers. It…Keep reading
If you happen to be planning a trip up to the Ya Ha Tinda Ranch area of the Bighorn Backcountry – there is an opportunity to slide down a natural waterslide right here…Keep reading
The Ya Ha Tinda Ranch is an operating ranch located in between the Upper Clearwater Ram PLUZ and Panther Corners PLUZ. It is owned and operated by Parks Canada (the federal government). It…Keep reading