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  1. Anna

    We pulled in about 6pm on a Sunday night in July and were able to get a spot easily for our 26′ travel trailer. The south unit was all booked up but we had been told the north rarely fills and it seemed this was right.

    It is, however, a really beautiful campground and one of our favourite national parks. There are a mixture of pull-throughs and back ins, all with a good amount of green space around them, picnic bench and fire ring. Our site (38) had access to the river and a nice shaded area under the trees.

    There is water fill available at the dump station as well as spigots around the grounds. You can throw away a small amount of grey water in the rest rooms, where there are also flush toilets.

    There is a great nature trail that leaves from the campground, from which we saw many birds, deer, and a bison crossing the river. It is such a beautiful place. There is also a really nice group camping area, with a neat picnic shelter with fire place.

    We did visit the south unit campground as we were going to that area of the park one day and that is also lovely – it just gets a lot busier. It was easy to access the south unit from this one so we would stay here again. It’s really peaceful, though generators are allowed between 8 and 8. There is no cell service.

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