Amenities

We offer Full Service Sites, Sites with Power and Water, Large Pull Thru’s, Tenting along the river as well as “Glamping”.
Stay in our Outfitters Tent , with a comfortable Queen size bed and a wood stove for chilly evenings or nights!
All sites have access to WiFi! A new camp store will open it’s doors this spring, come see what we offer!

We offer Clean Modern Coin operated Washroom and Laundry facilities.

A dump station is available any time or you can book our Mobile Sewer Service where we empty your tanks for you!

Explore the campground on our Pedal Go-Karts, play some Volley- or Basketball or Horse Shoe.
Try our 9 hole Disc Golf Course, where you use a disc or “Frisbee” to land in a basket to gain points.
You can play alone or with friends and family in a group. Great for all ages!

Many new friendships have been made at our centrally located Castle Playground Structures
where little ones can be watched right from your campsite!

Located along the North Saskatchewan River there are plenty of opportunities to cool of on a hot summer day.

What you should not miss while visiting Riverview Campground in Rocky Mountain House!

  • Children’s Fish Pond, just a hop skip and jump away from the Campground this is a perfect place to teach the little one
    some fishing, while enjoying a picnic on the banks of the pond.
  • Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site
    “where an interpretive trail and exhibition explain in a unique way, the history of  David Thompson and the discovery of this beautiful area”
    Children will love the Fort while you can enjoy local Metis showing their skills. Plenty of activities trough-out the summer make
    this a great place to visit over and over again.
  • Hiking Trails galore
    From a short distance or a long day hike, no one will be disappointed with the reward
    of a beautiful view or the sighting of our local wild life. We can connect you with a local hiking partner who will join you on your hiking adventure.
    If your just out for a stroll or an experienced hiker and ready for an overnight hiking trip, our West Country has plenty to offer.
  • Market on Main
    A unique venue for Rocky Mountain House and a pleasant way to discover what our main street has to offer with live music,
    every Thursday Night starting June 30 till Sept 1
  • Nordegg Historic Mine Site Tours
    Brazeau Collieries and Nordegg Heritage Museum, worth a day trip.  Stop for lunch or coffee at The Miners Cafe and make sure you don’t miss their amazing pies!
    Combine it with a hike at Cresent Falls and you have the best of all!
  • Pine Hills Golf Course
    Only ten minutes away waits a 18 hole Championship Golf Course. This beautiful Golf Course features panoramic scenery and challenging greens.
  • Rolf’s Groceries for a delicious treat of hard Ice Cream, many flavours available!
  • Twisted Barn and Beaver Creek Mercantile for the crafty people with wool and fabric. We look forward to share some tips and directions!
  • Crimson Lake, for cooling of in the lake, playing with sand on the shore or a stroll trough the woods.

Let us know what sparks your interest and we will do our best to accommodate and add some suggestions!