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Waterton Lakes National Park


Waterton Lakes National Park
Pet-Friendly RV Parks and Campgrounds
At Hwy 17 and Hwy 6
Waterton Park,
Alberta T0K 2M0
403-859-2224
877-RESERVE (877-737-3783)

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The joining of this park with Montana's Glacier National Park in 1932, creating the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, was a 1st in the world. The diverse ecological regions of the park support an amazing variety of species of plant and wildlife. It also offers a wide range of recreation, educational opportunities, seasonal Heritage Interpretation Programs, biological resources, and a rich cultural and natural history. A high point of the park's chain of crystal clear lakes is the deepest lake in the Canadian Rockies - the Upper Waterton Lake. Dogs are allowed throughout the park for no additional fee. They must be kept leashed at all times, cleaned up after, and brought in at night. Dogs may not be left outside unattended and they state to exercise caution when exercising your pet. Mule Deer can seriously harm or kill a dog and they say to leave the area immediately if any are seen. There are four campgrounds in the park that may have all or some of the following: shaded or open sites, hot showers, flush toilets, food storage containers, piped water, fire rings, kitchen shelters, recycling bins, and a dump station. They also ask that all campers participate in keeping their site bear-free with their Bare Campsite Program. This rv park is closed during the offseason. The camping and tent areas also allow dogs. There is a dog walk area at the campground.





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