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Yoho National Park

Camping

Camping is available between mid-May and mid-October in Yoho. During peak season there are over 150 campsites spread over four campgrounds. Each campground offers a variety of services.

Where to Camp

Campgrounds
2014
# SitesFull H-UElec OnlyFlush ToiletShowerSani DumpDis AccFire Pits Interp ProgFee
 Kicking Horse
June 2 - October 13
88

X X X X $8.80 X $27.40
 Monarch
May 6 - June 4 and June 27 - September 1
44



X X

 

$17.60
 Takakkaw Falls (walk-in)
June 27 - mid-October
35





$8.80
$17.60
Hoodoo Creek
June 27 - September 1
30



  X $8.80
$15.70

Arrive early! All campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Demand is heaviest on long weekends and on all weekends in July and August.

Legend

Full H-U = Full hook-ups including electricity, water and sewer
Elec Only = Electrical hook-ups only
Flush Toilet = Flush toilets
Showers = Hot showers are available
Sani Dump = Sewage Disposal
Dis Acc = Disabled Access
Fire Pits = Fire pits suitable for cooking. Fire permits (including firewood) are available for purchase on site.
Interp Prog = Interpretive Program

Map

Map of Yoho National Park

Campgrounds and popular points of interest in Yoho National Park © Parks Canada

Popular Points of Interest

  1. Kicking Horse Pass National Historic Site
  2. Spiral Tunnels
  3. Takakkaw Falls
  4. Village of Field, B.C.
  5. Emerald Lake & Natural Bridge
  6. Kicking Horse River
  7. Wapta Falls