Welcome to Bow Valley Park Campgrounds in Kananaskis Country.
Photo Gallery
01 02 07
Campers located on a riverside camp site.
Windsurfing on Lac Des Arcs.
Bow river at White Fish day use area.
06 12 13
One of Bow Valley Provincial Parks many elk.
Kayaking on the Kananaskis River.
Sunset on the Bow River.
11 17 18
Enjoying the view.
Canoeing and fishing on the Bow River.
Kayaking on the Kananaskis River.
22 23
Family canoeing on the Bow River.
Family arrives at their riverside campsite.
Rafting trips with Rainbow Riders fun for the whole family.
26 18 28
Mt. Laurie(Yamnuska) overlooking thecampground.
View of the river from a riverside campsite.
View of Mt. Laurie(Yamnuska) from a riverside campsite.
31 32 33
Golfing in Kananaskis Country.
Nice putt.
Panoramic view for resting hikers.
36 37 38
One of the many trails in Bow Valley Provincial Park.
Canoeing on the Bow River at Three Sisters Campground
Horseback riding through Kananaskis Country.
41 42 43
White water canoeing on the Kananaskis River.
Rainbow Riders Adventure Tours you could get wet.
Large, secluded campsites available.
46 47 48
Lunch time in the Bow Valley.
Entrance to Bow Valley Provincial Park.
57 40
Campers store, open all summer.
Voyageur canoe trips.
Arial view of the campground area.
49 50 55
Pitching a tent.
Entertainment provided by Provincial Park Interpreters.
The playground.
54 20 10
The Kananaskis River provides fantastic rapids at Canoe Meadows.
Many springs, a bubbling warm spring a short hike from the campground.
Elk grazing in Bow Valley Provincial Park.
35 25 15
The Kananaskis River.
Family hiking in the Bow Valley
Bow River and Mt. Laurie(Yamnuska).
44 34 24
Bring the kids.
Road leading to the campground.
White water rafting on the Kananaskis River with Rainbow Riders.
05 39 29
Elk in Bow Valley Provincial Park.
Horseback riding in Kananaskis Country.
Arial view of the campground area.
14 04 19
Arial view of Mt. Laurie(Yamnuska).
View of the Bow River from a hiking trail.
Windsurfing on Lac Des Arcs.
30 09
Fall in the valley.
Sunset on the Bow Valley Provincial Park.
Bow Valley Park Store relaxing
Bow Valley Park Store.
Relaxing in a Bow Valley Provincial Park Campsite.
08 56 45 21
Fishing on the Bow River.
Hiking in the Bow Valley.
Relaxing by a Fire in Bow Valley Park Campgrounds.
Many wildflowers grow in Bow Valley Provincial Park.
03 52 53 58
Indian Paintbrush, one of many wildflowers in the area.
Provincial Park Conservation Officers at the entrance of the campground.
Campers in the Bow Valley Park Campground.
Horseback riding in Kananaskis Country.
For more information you may:
Phone: 1 (403) 673-2163
Fax: 1 (403) 673-2591

Box 8585 Canmore, Alberta T1W 2V3
Home Photo Gallery Maps Campgrounds Recreation

Group Camping Services Employment Dates & Pricing