Hutch Lake Campground

Just north of High Level, in the shadow of Watt Mountain, lies the beautiful man-made Hutch Lake. The surrounding area is complete with trails for cross-country skiing and snowmobiling in the winter, or hiking and quadding in the summer. Our large day use area so close to High Level makes Hutch Lake a great spot for day trips. It is just off the pavement, clean, well maintained, and all around a wonderful place to relax and enjoy the great outdoors. This overnight campground is open from mid May to September 30. Seasonal caretaker on site. Cash only.

Directions:

  • 35 km north of High Level, west of Highway 35

Amenities:

  • Day use area, shelter, and picnic tables
  • 21 campsites (non-serviced)
  • Sanitary dump station
  • Space for large RVs
  • Firewood and firepits available
  • Outhouse (no running water)
  • Laundromat in High Level
  • Cell reception, no WIFI
  • Dining in High Level
  • Hiking, walking, and ATV trails
  • Swimming in the lake
  • Fishing
  • Dock and boat launch
  • Playground, volleyball, and horseshoe pits
  • Golf course in High Level

Rates:

  • Day Use: No Charge
  • Overnight (Non-Serviced): $25.00
  • Weekly (Non-Serviced): $120.00
  • Shelter Rental (Daily): $50.00

Contact the Seasonal Caretaker:

  • 780.926.6198

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Machesis Lake Campground

With its beautiful remote location surrounded by Jack Pines, Spruce, and Poplar, Machesis Lake Campground makes a perfect get-away destination for all campers and nature lovers. The staff at Machesis are on site, seasonal caretakers that ensure your stay is clean and quiet. The two docks on the lake make a great place to throw in a line or just sit and enjoy the view. Located within the campground are eight equine sites equipped with horse pens, htching posts, and manure bins. Sandy wagon trails in this area are excellent footing for horses. This overnight campground is open from mid May to September 30. Cash only. 

Directions:

  • 55 km west of Fort Vermilion, south of Highway 58, on the north side of Machesis Lake.

Amenities:

  • Day use area, shelter, and picnic tables
  • 21 campsites (non-serviced)
  • 8 equine sites, horse pens, hitching posts, and manure bins
  • Sanitary dump station
  • Space for large RVs
  • Firewood and firepits available
  • Outhouse (no running water)
  • Laundromat in Fort Vermilion and High Level
  • Limited cell reception, no WIFI
  • Dining in Fort Vermilion and High Level
  • Hiking, walking, and ATV trails
  • Swimming in the lake
  • Fishing
  • Dock (boats launched from shore; only electric motored boats)

Rates:

  • Day Use: No Charge
  • Overnight (Non-Serviced): $25.00
  • Weekly (Non-Serviced): $120.00
  • Shelter Rental (Daily): $50.00
  • Camping Stalls (Monthly, Non-Serviced): $200.00

Contact the Seasonal Caretaker:

  • 780.926.6699

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Wadlin Lake Campground

Wadlin Lake is a natural lake that is home to a protected pelican nesting site. Northern Pike and Pickerel inhabit the lake, making it a popular fishing trip year round. The ideal destination for a rustic vacation either camping or in your RV, Wadlin Lake has the perfect combination of both open and wooded sites with your choice of group spots or individual sites. Seasonal Caretaker on site. Space for large RVs. No RV hook-ups. This overnight campground is open from mid May to September 30. Cash only. 

Directions:

  • 100 km southeast of La Crete along Highway 88, on the northeast side of Wadlin Lake

Amenities:

  • Day use area, shelter, and picnic tables
  • 50 campsites (non-serviced; group sites available)
  • Sanitary dump station
  • Space for large RVs
  • Firewood and firepits available
  • Toilet facilities
  • Cell reception and Wi-fi (park office)
  • Hiking, walking, and ATV trails
  • Swimming in the lake
  • Fishing and fish cleaning station
  • Dock, boat launch, and marina rental space
  • Playground and volleyball

Rates:

  • Day Use: No Charge
  • Overnight (Non-Serviced): $25.00
  • Weekly (Non-Serviced): $120.00
  • Shelter Rental (Daily): $50.00
  • Dock Rental (Daily, with Camping Stall): $8.00
  • Dock Rental (Daily, without Camping Stall): $10.00

Contact the Seasonal Caretaker:

  • 780.926.6046

Contact the Park Office:

  • 780.926.9154

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Zama City Community Park

This beautiful facility is the pride and joy of the Zama community. It is located on Aspen Drive, in the heart of the residential area. Visitors and locals alike enjoy the recreational opportunities at the campground including a swimming pond with beach area, large grassy spaces, a stocked fish pond, horseshoe pits, fire pits, picnic areas, and a large shelter with a deck. There's tons to do for people of all ages, and if you're lucky you might even spot a couple of wild bison! Lifeguard not on duty. Long term stays welcome.

Directions:

  • 1025 Aspen Drive, Zama City

Amenities:

  • Large picnic day use area
  • Shelter
  • 3 tent sites: 1 powered, 2 not-serviced
  • 21 full-service sites, 30 or 50 Amp
  • Power and water hook-ups
  • Direct sewer hook-ups
  • Space for large groups and RVs
  • Firewood and fire pits available
  • Shower and toilet facilities
  • Cell reception, no Wi-Fi
  • Dining in Zama
  • Children's playground
  • Walking trails
  • Horseshoe pits
  • Swimming pond and beach
  • Stocked fish pond
  • Floating anchored raft

Rates:

  • Day Use: No Charge
  • Overnight (Non-Serviced): $10.00
  • Overnight (Partially Serviced): $15.00
  • Overnight (Fully Serviced): $20.00
  • Weekly (Non-Serviced): $60.00
  • Weekly (Partially Serviced): $90.00
  • Weekly (Fully Serviced): $100.00
  • Shelter Rental (Daily): $50.00
  • Camping Stalls (Monthly, Non-Serviced): $200.00
  • Camping Stalls (Monthly, Partially Serviced): $275.00
  • Camping Stalls (Monthly, Fully Serviced): $400.00

La Crete Ferry Campground

In the Tompkins Landing Area, South of La Crete, nestled along the east bank of the Peace River you will find a historical logging site transformed into a well maintained campground. The Campground is located next to the Ferry Landing. With beautiful views and access to the Peace River, it is the perfect spot for a getaway, family get-together, day out on the water, or an afternoon picnic. The campground is operated by the La Crete Ferry Campground Society under a lease with Mackenzie County. The campground has seen many improvements in recent years and anticipates many more. Seasonal caretaker on site. Cash only.

Directions:

  • Tompkins Ferry Landing, 78 km south of La Crete, east on Highway 697

 Amenities:

  • Day use area
  • Shelter
  • 78 campsites (25 powered)
  • 3 group-reserved sites
  • Water available
  • Sanitary dump
  • Space for large RVs
  • Firewood and firepits available
  • Outhouse, no running water
  • Laundromat in La Crete
  • Limited cell reception, no Wi-fi
  • Dining and store at the Blue Hills Motel
  • Playground
  • Golfing in La Crete
  • Walking trails
  • Volleyball and horseshoe pits
  • Fishing
  • Boat launch

Rates:

  • Day Use (Per Vehicle): $10.00
  • Overnight (Serviced): $30.00
  • Overnight (Non-Serviced): $26
  • Group Rate (Maximum 10 Units): $200.00 
  • Shelter Rental: $250.00
  • Seasonal Site (May 1 - Sep. 30): $750 

Check out the Mackenzie Frontier Campgrounds Brochure for more information.

Also see the Mackenzie Frontier Stay in the Frontier Guide.