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Northern33

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Posted: 06/15/10 01:55pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Here's a couple of Calaway RV Park in Calgary.








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Mount Kidd RV Park, Kananaskis, Alberta - with the previous RV.



Cameron Lake, near Waterton National Park, Alberta, Canada.



Waterton townsite CG.




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ib516,

How did you enjoy Waterton and Mt Kidd? We are looking at those two places later in July.

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Northern33 wrote:

ib516,

How did you enjoy Waterton and Mt Kidd? We are looking at those two places later in July.

We stay at both often. Waterton is great, with it's proximity to the "Going to the Sun Road" in Montana, and there is a great hike there (one of the top ten in Canada - Crypt lake).

Mount Kidd is (IMO) the nicest CG in the Cdn Rockies. Just hard as heck to get into, and expensive ($50/night for PWS). Tons of biking and hiking trails around there - too many to mention, also white water rafting, and more.

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Thanks for the reply. I had heard is quite often very windy in Waterton. Did you find it that way?

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I didn't RV camp through Canada last month since I just got an RV last week, but here is a phot o of an RV park just north of Hudson Hope, BC, It was a nice place to stop even in a tent.




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Here's some late summer pics from the Lower Mainland area.

Cultus Lake


Golden Ears


Rain shower at Golden Ears


Have some more from earlier in the summer, but I have to figger' out where my DW hid them on the computer.

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Duck Mountain Provincial Park, Manitoba
Childs Lake Campground

North of Riding Mountain and about 6 hours driving to get there, including 85Km on gravel. Very woodded.

Campsite was ok, but required a tight turn to park rig. nice privacy and free firewood!


Baldy Mountain had a great view (Yeah, it's not really a mountain to anyone outside of the praries)


Their is an old ranger cabin and a viewing tower up on top. Great veiws, of the rolling terrain. Best cellular service in the park here.



Childs lake has Water and Electrical, check Provincial park website for details on all sites. They even post pictures of some sites now.

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Here's a few from PEI National Park, Cavendish campground from summer 2010


















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Here's a few from Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Broad Cove campground, summer 2010
Campsites at Broad Cove






Comfort Station Broad Cove campground


Beaches near Ingonish Cape Breton




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