At the Beaverlodge Pioneer Campground, is the Historical Site of the Lower Beaverlodge School that was in use from 1912 to 1947. It was constructed in 1912 and moved and restored in 1986. It is dedicated to the pioneers of the Lower Beaverlodge and District. For a time, the school served as a tourist information booth until the Visitors Information Centre opened at the Beaverlodge Cultural Centre, next to the Giant Beaver monument.

BEAVERLODGE CAMPGROUND: Pioneer Campground is open mid May to mid Sept. Total of 29 stalls, 10 full service sites, 19 power only. Tap water, showers, firewood included. (780) 354-2201. PHOTO: Campsite

RED WILLOW PARK: 19 km southwest of Beaverlodge on Highway 667. 12 sites. Day use and overnight camping. (780) 532-9722.
HOMMY PARK: 5 km southwest of Beaverlodge on Highway 43. 22 sites, tap water, horseshoe pits, baseball diamonds. Open mid May to mid October.
DEMMITT PARK: Located near the BC border on Highway 43. 20 unserviced sites. Open May 1 to mid October.