About the Park
Mount Robson is the highest Peak in the Canadian Rockies & an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hiking, biking, boating and wildlife viewing are popular activities.
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Berg Lake-backcountry camping – $10/adult/night
Berg Lake-backcountry camping – $5/child/night
Group camping base fee – $80/group site/night
Group picnicking – $50/group site/day
Lucerne-frontcountry camping – $22/party/night
Robson Meadows, Robson River – frontcountry camping – $28/party/night
Sani-station – $5/discharge
Mount Robson has 3 front country campgrounds with beautiful mountain views: Mount Robson-Meadows (102 reservable sites out of 125 sites), Mount Robson-River (39 reservable sites out of 41 sites and 22 out of these 41 have 50-amp electrical hook up service)and Mount Robson-Lucerne (30 reservable sites out of 36 sites). Meadows and River campgrounds have showers, flush toilets, sani-station. Meadows has a playground and group site with a picnic shelter (To book go to camping.bcparks.ca). Lucerne campground is on Yellowhead Lake, has pit toilets and is located just 30 minutes west of Jasper. Along the Corridor east from the Visitor Center to the Jasper Boarder there are 2 boat launches (Moose Lake and Yellowhead Lake). The Berg Lake Trail has excellent day hiking and world class backcountry overnight camping at 7 campgrounds which are 100% reservable (To book go to camping.bcparks.ca).
Access on Highway 16, just west of the BC/Alberta border & east of Tete Jaune Cache.
Vehicle accessible camping facilities
Wilderness / backcountry / walk-in camping
Sani-station / dump facilities
Pets must be on leash
Canoeing / kayaking