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Jasper National Park

Camping in Jasper

oTENTik. Better than tenting? You be the judge. oTENTik. Better than tenting? You be the judge.
© Parks Canada / R. Bray

Jasper is a year-round camping destination and can accommodate anything from a one-person bivy tent to a 39 foot motorhome, and everything in between.

At all campgrounds, firewood is included with the purchase of a fire permit, bear proof lockers are offered for safe food storage, and log cookhouses are available in case the weather isn’t cooperating.

To maintain the family-friendly atmosphere that attracts millions here every year, quiet hours, including a liquor and fire curfew, are enforced by park wardens between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m.

Whether you’re looking for a quiet spot in the forest, or a sunny family atmosphere close to town, Jasper has a campsite with your name on it.

2015 Parks Canada Reservation Service

Reserve your campsite!
1-877-RESERVE (737-3783)

You can reserve Whistlers, Wapiti, Wabasso and Pocahontas campgrounds on-line at or by telephone at 1-877-RESERVE (1-877-737-3783). All other roadside campgrounds operate on a first-come, first-served basis.

For backcountry campsites, please check
the campsite availability report and call the Trail Office
at 780-852-6177 to make a booking. Visit for further information on backcountry camping.

Note: Demand is heaviest from June through September, with July and August being the busiest. Arrive early - unless reserved, sites are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.

Other Accommodations

Jasper also has hotels, hostels and home accommodations to make your stay as comfortable as possible.