Exploring Alberta’s Provincial Parks: Ram Falls

About Ram Falls

Ram Falls Provincial Park is a provincial park located near the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains near the crown land. The provincial park is located inside the Kiska/Willson PLUZ (Upper Clearwater Ram PLUZ is also nearby). The park exists along the Ram River valley in an area that is dominated by steep river banks with small lakes and waterfalls.

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Activities at Ram Falls

Ram Falls Provincial Park allows visitors camping opportunities in Alberta’s foothills near Ram Falls. The park allows front country hiking, geocaching, wildlife viewing, and snowmobiling off site. The river is also a popular place to fish.

Camping at Ram Falls

There is one campground and one group use area at Ram Falls Provincial Park.

CampgroundAmenitiesType of SiteAmount AvailableCost/Night
Ram Falls Campground
(June 1 – September 4)
Firepits, outhouses, water pumpsUnserviced54$28.00
Group Camping
Ram Falls Group Use
(June 1 – September 4)
Firepits, picnic shelter, outhousesUnserviced20 units$200/5 units + $28/extra unit
This data is accurate as of 2023

Day Use at Ram Falls

The day use area at ram falls includes a cook shelter, firepits, outhouses, and water pumps. The park day use is open between May 1 – October 8.


Distances to Alberta Cities

Distance to Calgary: 233km

Distance to Edmonton: 311km

Distance to Red Deer: 171km

Distance to Lethbridge: 475km

Distance to Grande Prairie: 613km

Coordinates: 52°05’18.3″N 115°50’34.1″W

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