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Forum  Camping info and tips        Topic  Camping Across Canada Help
Posted by: Taylor .... at 3:07:13 PM on Monday, May 17, 2010
I''m from the US and plan to take a 2 week trip camping across Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia.

I know that camping on Crown Land is free for residents, but will I need to get some sort of permit? Reply

Reply by: Rod .... at 9:32:25 AM on Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Hey Taylor,

Here in Alberta no permit is required to camp in the Forest Reserve located just east of the Rocky Mountains. The reserve is generally located along highways 734 north of the Trans Canada highway and highway 940 south of the Trans Canada highway.

There are some great places to camp. It''s a very dusty (muddy) road.

I''m not sure of your plans but might I suggest travelling west through alberta via medicine hat, lethbridge, crowsnest pass. Head north of coleman on highway 940. Carry onto highway 40 where there is no random camping. Highway 40 meets the trans canada where you can continue west into bc.

Checkout my website or email me at for more info.

Have a great trip!

Rod Reply

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