Joanne St. Martin
$30 per night
Firewood is included.
Camping is first come first serve, no reservations for individual sites. Group site is available at $
400/day, contact for availability.
Rangeton Park is located off the Cowboy Trail (Highway 22) in between Highways 16 and 43.
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Rangeton Park is a beautiful rustic campground nestled along the Pembina River, just off the Cowboy Trail (Highway 22) in between Highways 16 and 43.
On the second Friday in June you will find musicians from all over Alberta gathering for the "Annual Farmer’s Day Festival." 2019 is the 20th anniversary of the "Annual Farmer's Day Festival." The Festival showcases local talent from a large radius around the Park and lasts for the whole weekend. This is a great family Festival!
Rangeton Park also hosts two other musical shows each year including the "Pembina River Nights" in early July and the "Borealis Festival" in late July.
The Park serves as a venue for various events including family reunions, church and company picnic camp outs and weddings.
The Park is a great get away for your rustic camping experience. You will not find power or water hookups here, but you will find a beautiful, scenic and serene place, where you will hear Canada Geese and other birds, perhaps view a deer quietly grazing or a moose passing through.
Rangeton Park is a local treasure, waiting to be discovered by passers-by who may take the opportunity to check it out. They surely will not be disappointed.
_Park will re-open for camping on June 26, 2020. First come first serve basis.
_Please note we will need names, address and phone number for EACH PERSON camping for Alberta Health contact tracing requirement.
_Please note that there will be limited non-contact service which means:
_Campground outhouses are open, but bring your own hand sanitizer and toilet paper as service levels may be reduced.
_Potable water sources are not available. Operators working on a non-contact basis.
_Please note that with the high level water this year, the RIVERBANK IS UNSTABLE – DANGEROUS CONDITIONS!