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This past weekend (August 11-14) was our second stay at Whistlers this summer. We stayed in Loop H. This is a quiet loop, not many campsites that are spread a part. Some are next to a little stream that runs through the campground, it provides...More
The place was just OK. No privacy at all. People walking on an unorganized maze of paths thru all the sites to the washrooms and showers. Most of the pine trees are dead and the underbrush is being destroyed by pedestrian traffic. There is a...More
Spent about 4 days at the Wistlers Campground. Very nice campground, close to town of Jasper and hiking trails. Right by the Whistlers Mountain and trailhead (and gondola station if you are into that). Clean and warm bathroom. No WiFi. Lots of wildlife around, tons...More
Have enjoyed camping here for many years. The full service RV sites are sometimes a challenge to reserve but they are exceptionally well laid out and peaceful. Don't be surprised if an elk or fox meanders its way across your site. Eliminate highway noises by...More
Over 700 sites biggest campground I've ever seen. We were right at the end of the road in loop 66 which was nice and quiet. Close to the path to the showers which was nice. Only one shower bulding but it has 10 individual shower...More
This is a good question because I don't recall this being an issue in the mountains. I wear bug spray on a hike, but more to ward off ticks. Mosquitos, black flies and such pests are definitely an issue once you head north... More
This is a good question because I don't recall this being an issue in the mountains. I wear bug spray on a hike, but more to ward off ticks. Mosquitos, black flies and such pests are definitely an issue once you head north into the boreal forests of Alberta and Saskatchewan though. Hope this helps.