Campgrounds & Parks

Flagstaff County Owned and Operated Parks

Fish Lake Park and the Edgerton Day Campground are now closed for the 2021 camping season. Garbage removal services at the Diplomat Trout Pond campground have ceased for the season. Campers are required to take their garbage with them. *No firewood provided.

Fees for Flagstaff County-operated campgrounds are as follows:

  • Power sites: $25/night
  • Non-serviced sites: $20/night

We accept payment in cash or cheque. Please make cheques payable to “Flagstaff County”. 

For more inquiries regarding the Flagstaff campgrounds, please call our Agricultural Service Department at (780) 384-4100.

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Diplomat Trout Pond

  • Location: East side of Hwy 855, across from the Diplomat Mine Interpretive Site. Approximately 16 km from Forestburg.
  • Sites: 15 non-serviced sites.
  • What it has to offer: The Trout Pond is home to many wildlife and plant species and can be seen from the nature trail or lakeside gazebo.
  • Notes: Camping is available on a first-come, first-served basis, with no reservations allowed. Campers are only permitted to stay a maximum of 10 nights.

The Diplomat Trout Pond has been stocked annually with rainbow trout since 1980. There were 5,000 Rainbow Trout stocked in the pond on May 7, 2020. Click HERE for the full 2020 Alberta Fish Stocking Report.

The pond has also been stocked annually with tiger trout since 2018, providing a new diverse fishing opportunity for anglers that fish at this location. There were 1,500 tiger trout first stocked in September 2018 and another 1,500 last fall (Oct. 1, 2019). This pond is slated for 1,500 tiger trout for this fall as well.

As for other fish species, there have been confirmed findings of only fathead minnows. There have been no reports of Prussian carp or goldfish in Diplomat Pond reported to the Department or to local fisheries biologists.

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Edgerton Day Campground

  • Location: 1 km south of Daysland on Rge Rd 163.
  • Sites: 12 powered sites (either 15 or 30 amp power on all sites).
  • What it has to offer: A covered picnic area for day stops, playground, multiple large group areas, large amount of overflow camping and parking.
  • Notes: Camping is available on a first-come, first-served basis, with no reservations allowed. Campers are only permitted to stay a maximum of 10 nights.
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New Campground Name

  • Location: New location name
  • Sites: New location sites available

Campgrounds in and around the Flagstaff Region

The campgrounds listed below are not managed by Flagstaff County. For information on campground fees, availability of sites, or amenities, please contact these campgrounds directly.

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Alliance Campground

  • Location: In the Village of Alliance on the north end of main street.
  • Sites: 4 sites with water and power.
  • What it has to offer: Shaded sites, showers, washrooms, dump station, next to the ball diamonds, and close to walking trail and Multiplex.
  • Contact: Village of Alliance – (780) 879-3911, or visit their website
  • Rates: Fees are $20/night or $110/week and can be paid at the village office on main street
  • Notes: Camping is available on a first come, first serve basis.
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Battle River Campground

  • Location: 3 KM south on Hwy 36 from the intersection of Hwy 36 and Sec. Hwy 602.
  • Sites: 5 sites
  • What it has to offer: Fire pits, picnic shelter, close to the Battle River, pit toilets. No potable water
  • Contact: Village of Alliance 780-879-3911
  • Notes: Camping is available on a first come, first serve basis. There is overnight camping but no services.