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No screaming kids. No barking dogs. No roaring highways. Just the regular passing of Canada-Pacific trains twenty-four hours a day! Some might think the trains annoying, but we loved them. When the train whistles blew, they echoed and reverberated through the Rocky Mountains in a...More
Being fenced in like the Tyrannosaur at Jurassic Park was different. I did feel safe though if you're the kind of person that worries about bears a lot. Facilities were great, campsites were more private than the one in Revelstoke. Pricy because it's Lake Louise...More
The Lake Louise campground is in a great location, close to Lake Louise and Moraine Lake and makes getting to Moraine Lake for sunrise easy and quick, especially when you have to wake up at 4 to get to the good photo spots at Moraine...More
Quite a large campground but an electric fence all around to protect campers from wildlife. Lots of toilets all across the campground and free hot showers (though as it's been said elsewhere they're a bit old). A bit noisy due to trains at night but...More
Having been to Lake Louise around a dozen times the place is still a go to destination for me. Overall I would score it 3.5.
Hard to beat Lake Louise for seeing and experiencing the Canadian Rockies. The campground is a great jump off to...More
I googled Parks Canada and went to their website. Once there you can click on Plan Your Visit, visit the parks, staying overnight, reserve online, etc. Or you can call them at 1-877-RESERVE. Hope this helps.