A pretty campground along the shores of Goldeye Lake and close to Nordegg.
Goldeye Lake is a popular family campground along the David Thompson Highway. Located near the lake, the sites are secluded and offer the classic Alberta Parks camping experience.
You can spend the weekend there, fishing on the lake, renting a canoe from nearby Goldeye Centre or simply enjoying a stroll along its shores. If you’re looking for a little more adventure, this makes for a great base camp with Nordegg and Abraham Lake nearby along with a host of hiking trails, historic mine tours and much more to do.
The campground is divided into two loops with the first one consisting of 19 sites near the lake. The sites range from large RV sites to smaller sites that would be perfect for tenting.
Check with Alberta Parks for the latest information about this campground.
- Season: May to October
- Site Fees: $28 per night, cash only self-registration
- Number of Sites: 44 unserviced sites
- Congestion: Busy on weekends
- Picnic Tables: Yes
- Washroom: Dry toilets
- Water: Not potable
- Firewood: Not included. $10 for 12 pieces.
- Kitchen Shelter: No
- Playground: No
- Getting There: The campground is located 8 km west of Nordegg along highway 11. Watch for the Goldeye Lake Provincial Recreation Area and Goldeye Centre signs. The campground is a short drive away on a well-maintained gravel access road.