Fish Lake Campground

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One of the region’s largest campgrounds, set on the shores of Shunda Lake and a short distance from Nordegg.

This is one of the only campgrounds in the region to have pull-through sites with power (30 amp). The campground is located in the forest along the lake and offers a wide range of sites for RVs and tents.

This is a great option whether you prefer to fish or paddle on the lake, head out for a hike or relax by the campfire. This makes for a great base camp with Nordegg and Abraham Lake nearby along with a host of biking trails, historic mine tours and much more to do.

Fish Lake also offers a group campsite near the highway. The large site can handle a maximum of 30 units with 13 of them having access to power.

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