There are 2,000+ individual campsites and 90 backcountry campgrounds in Jasper National Park.
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Whistlers, Wapiti, Wabasso and Pocahontas campgrounds can be reserved by telephone at 1-877-737-3783.
All other Jasper roadside campgrounds operate on a first-come, first-served basis.
The largest of Jasper National Park’s campgrounds, with 800+ sites and modern amenities including hot and cold running water and electrical and full hook-up sites for RVs.
Along the Athabasca River, Wapiti campground operates year-round, offering 362 sites in the summer, and 93 winter camping spots with amenities like hot showers, electricity and fire rings.
Jasper's Jonas Creek Campground facilities are basic, and include outhouses, picnic tables and metal fire rings. Less-busy than the campgrounds closer to town, Jonas is also a nice overnight stop for RV’rs or cyclists who prefer a nice quiet place to spend the night.
Wilcox campground is just down the road from the Columbia icefield. Campground facilities are rustic, and include outhouses, picnic tables, cook shelters and metal fire rings. Wilcox Creek campground has some of the nicest views you can find in the Canadian Rockies.
Camping services at Snaring River are simple, with outhouses and fire rings. Snaring River Campground is one of the more popular campgrounds in Jasper, so plan to arrive early. Snaring has a nice mix of campsites, ranging from private and well-treed to wide open and sunny.
One of the more overlooked campgrounds in Jasper National Park, campground facilities are rustic, with picnic tables, outhouses, metal fire rings and a natural canoe launch. Kerkeslin campground offers experienced canoeists and backcountry enthusiasts quick access to Jasper's Fryatt Valley.
Just down the road from Sunwapta Falls, on the shores of Honeymoon Lake, this campground features rustic amenities in an intimate, 35-site setting. Honeymoon Lake campground offers Sunwapta's roaring waterfalls or quiet lakeside strolls in the area.
Pocohontas offers basic camping services, including running water, fire rings and flush toilets. Restaurants, gift shops and a cafe are located nearby along the Miette road, and the town of Jasper is 30 minutes away.
With views of the Columbia Icefields, camping here places you on the doorstep of some of spectacular scenery. Columbia Icefields Campground facilities are rustic, and include outhouses, picnic tables and metal fire rings. In the winter, the unserviced icefield centre parking lot is available for self-contained RVs.
This quiet campground boasts pristine views, rushing river water and new electrical sites for small RVs. Jasper National Park's Wabasso camping is offers a good staging area for overnight treks into the backcountry or day trips to Moab Lake and Athabasca falls. Wabasso features heated bathrooms with lights, flush toilets, and hot and cold running water.