Camp Tamarack RV Park, Grand Prairie, Alberta

We rolled into this little RV park after leaving Jasper National Park a day early. We needed a place to stay overnight and decided on this little gem midway between Jasper and our next stop, Dawson's Creek. Without a reservation we were still able to snag a lovely site here for the night. Grand Prairie itself is a large city where you can find several places to camp for the night. We enjoyed this little place just off the highway but south of town. The campground has wonderful owners and friendly employees. The campground is wooded with aspens and pines and offers beautiful, level sites. Interior roads and site pads are gravel. Many big and small rigs were camped here, and it was easy to see why. The park is clean, offers an immaculate laundry room, playground, horseshoe pits, full hookups, picnic tables and fire pits at each site, and grassy spaces between you and your neighbor. The park has a small convenience store stocked with RV supplies, as well as propane sales. The wi-fi here is solid and free. In the evening
we found road noise to be slight, but not bothersome enough to keep us from a lovely slumber. A small walking path leads you on a small trail from camp to a couple of geocaches near the park. This place is a great stopover for a night or two!

Best Sites: 83, 93, but all are lovely
Worst Sites: 52-57 (proximity to road)
Hookups: Electric, Water & Sewer
Potable Water: At each site
Dump Within Facility: Yes