KOA Kampgrounds

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Hinton / Jasper KOA

50409 Alberta 16, Canada

Watch the sun sink behind the awesome Canadian Rockies at this KOA's quiet, peaceful setting. Three creeks border the beautiful clean-air campground in an open, treeless meadow at the foot of the mountains. It's a perfect base for trips to area parks. The entrance to Jasper National Park is 15 minutes away. Marvel at this park's rugged peaks, blue glaciers and wildflower meadows. Wildlife is abundant, including bighorn sheep. Ride the aerial tramway 3,281 feet to the summit of Whistlers Mountain for views of six mountain ranges, teal-green glacial lakes and rivers. Take to hundreds of miles of trails on foot or drive the lovely Icefields Parkway that winds south along the Continental Divide to Banff National Park. Or head north: KOA is 1 km west of Highway 40, the scenic route to Alaska. This KOA was voted one of the "Top 50 Scenic Views" by ReserveAmerica. Max pull thru: 85 feet.

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Adventures Nearby

  • Hike Roche Miette

    This mountain is one of those most prominent features as you enter Jasper National Park. Although it's North Face is sheer, this scramble leads you up the North East Col to the summit.  3.5km West of the Miette Hot Spring road there is a small par...

    8.1 miles 4265.1 ft gain

  • Hike the Sulphur Skyline Trail

    Take Highway 16 to Pocahontas. Turn onto the Miette Hot Springs Road (Pocahontas). Drive to the Miette Hot Springs parking area.The trailhead is to the right and behind the hot springs building. Walk up the stairs to the hot springs and through th...

    5 miles 2296.6 ft gain

  • Camping at Obed Lake Provincial Park

    Obed Lake Provincial Park is located only 34 km north of Hinton on Highway 16. The park protects several wetlands and lakes in the lower foothills of Alberta. The largest lake, Obed Lake, provides lots of recreational opportunities including canoe...