June 30, 2020: Spring Lake Campground (near Hythe) is now open as of Tuesday June 30th. The Campground is managed by Saddle Hills County and could not open it until a new caretaker was hired.
June 11, 2020: The 50 per cent capacity limit for provincial campgrounds is also being lifted as of Friday June 12, 2020. Over the coming days, the online reservation system will be updated and sites will come online in phases. By July 1, all camping sites will be open for reservations. First-come, first-served sites may open sooner. Information on additional sites will be added to alberta.parks.ca when they become available.
June 8, 2020 Swan Lake, Alberta is now open. When using boat launches ensure physical distancing at all time, and fishing off public docs is prohibited, washrooms will be locked along with filleting shacks or tables.
SASKATOON PROVINCIAL PARK: Open June 1 to Sept 28, No service sites $30/ power $38, $12 reservation fee. (Note: if you stay only 1 night it will cost you $50. $38 plus $12 fee.)
MOONSHINE LAKE: Open June 1 to Sept 28, Power sites $35, $12 reservation fee.
DUNVEGAN PROVINCIAL PARK: Open June 1-Sept 8, Power sites $35, $12 reservation fee.
WINAGAMI LAKE: Open June 1 to Sept 8. . No services $27, power $35, $12 reservation fee.
HILLIARD’S BAY CAMPGROUND: Open June 1 to Sept 8. No service $27, Power $35, $12 reservation fee.
FIRST COME FIRST SERVED PROVINCIAL CAMPGROUNDS:
QUEEN ELIZABETH PROVINCIAL PARK: Open June 1 to Sept 8. $27 no service, $35 Power, 1st come first served.
MUSREAU LAKE: Open June 1 to Sept 8, No service sites $27, 1st come first served.
FIGURE 8 LAKE: Open June 1 to Oct 13, $27 no service, 1st come first served.
TWO LAKES RECREATION AREA: (Gunderson Meadows, Moberly Flats, Pine Hollow) Open June 1 to Oct 10, No service $20, 1st come first served.
(Rates from the Alberta Parks website)