Tillebrook Provincial Park is a small provincial park located along the south side of the TransCanada Highway about 8km east of Brooks, Alberta. It was created in 1965. There is a short interpretive trail and Dinosaur Provincial Park / Kinbrook Island Provincial park are also nearby.
Summer at Tillebrook
In the summertime, you can hike a short interpretive trail, picnic, or camp. The government recommends heading to either Kinbrook Island Provincial Park, or Dinosaur Provincial Park for activities.
Winter at Tillebrook
There is some winter camping at Tillebrook, but otherwise not much else.
Camping at Tillebrook
Tillebrook has one campground in the park.
|Campground||Amenities||Type of Site||Amount Available||Cost/Night|
(May 1 – December 1)
|Firepits, Firewood (for sale), flush toilets, showers, playground, power, sewage dump, water (tap), power hookups.||Power (30 amp)||65||$39.00|
(no water service or showers)
|27||$28.00 – $36.00|
Day Use at Tillebrook
There is no designated day use area at Tillebrook.
Distances to Alberta Cities
Distance to Calgary: 223km
Distance to Edmonton: 430km
Distance to Red Deer: 312km
Distance to Lethbridge: 164km
Distance to Grande Prairie: 888km