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. 

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.

Where to camp

Camping in Yoho National Park 2017
All campers are required to adhere to the “Bare” Campsite program.
Campgrounds # Sites Services Flush toilet Shower Sani dump Accessible Fire pits Interpretation Fee
Kicking Horse
May 18 to October 9
88 - Yes Yes Yes Yes $8.80 Yes $27.40
Monarch
May 4 to September 4
44 - - - Yes Yes - - $17.60
Takakkaw Falls (walk-in)
June 22 to October 9
35 - - - - - $8.80 - $17.60
Hoodoo Creek
June 22 to September 4
30 - - - - Yes $8.80 - $15.70

Legend

# Sites = Number of campsites in the campground
Services = Hook-ups including electricity, water or sewer
Showers = Hot showers are available
Sani dump = Sewage Disposal
Accessible = Disabled Access
Fire pits = Fire pits suitable for cooking. Fire permits (including firewood) are available for purchase on site.
Interpretation = Interpretive program available

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