Battle River Crossing Resort and Campground Come stay with us, you will love it!!

 BRING  YOUR RV... We are currently expanding to provide over 30 campsites and 6  group areas for your enjoyment. Five are available for use now!!

Don't have an RV? NO PROBLEM! Have an RV but not the time to deal with  the stresses? NO PROBLEM! The Crossing Resort is here for you! Show up  in your fuel efficient car bringing only food and bedding and camp in  our new, state of the art, fifth-wheel RV's! There is no comparison to  the level of camping relaxation you get at the Crossing Resort!

"Must be seen to be believed" - Guest quote

"The nicest place we've been to in Alberta" - Guest quote

LEAVE EVERYTHING BEHIND! Escape Stress! Experience Nature. Experience  Certified Organic Agriculture. Birdwatching. Hike. Enjoying light  pollution-free night skies in the dark sky preserve giving excellent  opportunities to view stars, planets, meteor showers, northern lights,  and satelites. Relax and Enjoy the Battle River Valley at it's finest!  

We offer an RV experience in the beautiful Battle  River Valley. Don't fuss with an expensive and cumbersome RV. Leave  everything to us, including the RV! While you're here record the number  of bird species you encounter while enjoying the natural solitude we've  preserved from our hiking trails, astronomy fans enjoy the dark sky  preserve in a light pollution-free sky, pick both wild and tame organic  saskatoons, enjoy a quiet campfire in your secluded camp location, enjoy  the worry-free and beautiful RV experience, explore the activities of a  certified Organic Farm, and so much more! There is much to do to enjoy  nature around the resort but evidence has shown that most people take  the opportunity to decompress, unwind, and enjoy the peaceful solitude  right in their RV location. Come out and recharge! 



Well after long wait and hundreds of requests, The Battle River Crossing  Resort is designing and building a public access campground adjacent  the resort, hidden behind the 6 acres of Saskatoon orchard. 30 sites are  currently roughed in and development is quickly moving along with  expectations of opening May long weekend.

Please Join Us on Facebook to  view our newest photos of the resort, the beach, and the sites and join  in conversations with other Crossing fans and friends!

We ask, out of respect for our guests, that anyone wanting to tour the  resort contact us first to set up an appointment and refrain from  entering the resort without registering. Thank you.

Corporate Bookings Available
This year we are opening the resort to corporate  events, reunions, and weddings in a location specially created that can  accommodate 20 RV's and includes a large enclosed tent. So come and  enjoy the peacefulness and beauty of the valley on your next special  occasion. 

About Us

 If you love nature, the birds and wildlife, the peace and  tranquility, if you want to have an RV camping experience but don't want  to fuss with the inconvenience, added risk, and high costs of an  awkward RV and tow vehicle or if you are an astronomy fan looking for a  dark sky preserve to map the night sky, then The Battle River Crossing  Resort has what you need! 

 The Battle River Crossing Resort is only an hour east from both Stettler  and Camrose in east central Alberta. We are nestled in a quiet and  secluded bend in the beautiful Battle River Valley. Surrounded by  wildlife and river you can enjoy nature or learn about healthy organic  farming nearby.

Living on the nearby family farm that  was homesteaded by his grandfather nearly 100 years ago, owners Don and  Eileen Blumhagen have chosen to share their wonderful river locaton and  provide an experience you won't want to leave.

Leave all stress and hassle at home! One breath of the sweet aromatic  river air is all it will take to convince and relax you. All you need to  bring with you is bedding, food and sufficient clothing. We provide the  rest along with a refreshing and rejuvenating experience that cannot be  beaten or matched! 

 The Battle River Crossing Resort is a completely new option for Canadian  summer enjoyment and as such many people have difficulty relating the  benefits of the resort to conventional camping. One of the most  frequently asked questions is "Why would I rent an RV and not buy my  own?" Some of the benefits would be: 

  • Renting an RV keeps your summer camping costs in camping season,  not stretched out in payments all year for years, regardless of use. 
  • Peripheral RV costs are eliminated, such as year-round storage,  propane, sewer and water handling, separate tow vehicle, excess fuel  costs for tow vehicle, added insurance costs, maintenance costs, and  many more. Let BRCR worry about these. 
  • With limited capacity at campgrounds it is crucial to book your  entire camping season far before the camping season. If you miss booking  your RV costs will not go on hold until you find a place to use it. 
  • You don't have to worry about parking, firewood, propane,  dumping, water, site boundaries against your neighbour, hooking up and  pulling your RV, or noise from traffic, neighbours, railroads. 
  • You can enjoy everything a full length fifth-wheel has to offer  simply by showing up in an easy to drive and easy to fuel compact car. 
  • And many more benefits that you need to come stay and see for yourself.


 Just some of what we have to offer on site:
Peace and quiet
Canoe access
Dark Sky Preserve    
Miles of Hiking
Bird Watching

Sandy Beach
U-Pick Organic Saskatoons 
Star watching


 Other Local Activities:
-Battle View Mountain Bike/Hike Park
-Castor Golf Course
-Forestburg Golf Course
-Big Knife Provincial Park
-Donalda Lamp Museum
-Alberta Prairie Railway (Stettler)
-Castor Museum

  • Bring your bird reference book and binoculars for great bird watching with over 120 different species to enjoy!
  • Take a canoe ride
  • Relax and listen to the nightly coyotes' song at sunset
  • Play a game of horseshoes at the beach
  • Hike along the Battle River or up to the lookout to view over 20 miles of beautiful Battle River Valley
  • Search for ancient First Nation arrowheads and other artifacts 
  • Walk through 6 acres of beautiful saskatoon orchard and pick your fill (seasonal)

And so VERY much more!



Spacious and Comfortable each unit has it's own features.

Each unit has plenty of windows and a queen size bed.

Each unit has a deck to barbecue from and provides a level, sturdy outdooor surface.

Units sleep 4-10, depending on model, and have their own unique views.

We offer three different models, including the Copper Canyon 252FWRLS, Chaparral Lite 270RKS, and Cougar 324 RLB. 

 The Copper Canyon 252FWRLS Fifth Wheel by Keystone RV is a great Fifth  Wheel. This sleeps up to 4, 2 adults - 2 small children. In the rear of  the trailer there are two chairs, a table between chairs, and overhead  cabinets the width of the trailer above the chairs. In the large slide  out there is a sofa with overhead cabinets and a booth dinette. In the  kitchen there is a double sink, 3-burner ranger, oven, microwave, large  two door refrigerator, large pantry, and plenty of storage in the  cabinets and lower drawers. The entertainment center has a TV, radio,  and upper and lower cabinets. 

 The 2011 Chaparral Lite 270RKS offers spacious interiors with quality  features and appointments everywhere you look. This model sleeps 5, 4  adults or 2 adults and up to 3 small children. Rich cognac maple  cabinets is the main focal point in this rear kitchen 5th wheel,   Dinette / couch slide-out with 2 recliners & entertainment centre  ...Plus So Much More! 

 The 2010 Cougar 324 RLB is a spacious, triple-slide Cougar 5th Wheel  with a unique rear loft area. This model sleeps 10. Featuring a  slide-out sofa, the rear living area boasts a wardrobe, LCD TV, and  stairs that lead up to the comfy loft section. There''s even an  additional half bath! Central living area includes the kitchen plus a  slideout dinette/sofa area with overhead cabinets. Step towards the  front to find the master bath and queen bedroom area, including a nifty  wardrobe slideout for even more storage options. 

 No units are visible from each other or side by side such as other camp locations. This provides unique and natural tranquility.

As unique as each unit's location, the locations are named, such as antelop, to help soften the routine we are trying to escape.

The Battle River Crossing Resort has taken great measures to preserve  the natural environment that has always existed here since long before  the pioneers. As such there are vast numbers of wildlife to be seen and  enjoyed. However, this environment is not suitable for pets as it may  create a dangerous encounter for them and for humans. To protect you and  your pets The Battle River Crossing Resort is a PET-FREE environment.

 *Unit may not be exactly as featured 

Packing Checklist

The Battle River Crossing Resort provides most of the supplies and amenities needed for your vacation. This list includes:

  • Deluxe RV 
  • Unique and pristine location 
  • River access 
  • On-site parking 
  • Hiking trails 
  • Horseshoe pit 
  • Sand beach 
  • Fishing locations 
  • BBQ 
  • BBQ utensils 
  • Picnic table 
  • 2 lawn chairs 
  • Plates 
  • Glasses 
  • Cups 
  • Cutlery 
  • Can opener 
  • Knives 
  • Potato peeler 
  • Mixing bowls 
  • Measure cups 
  • Cutting board 
  • Kettle 
  • Pots and pans 
  • Dish soap 
  • Scrub brush 
  • Dish cloths 
  • Garbage bags 
  • Tin foil 
  • Paper towel 
  • Toilet paper  

While this is all provided for you there are other personal items we recommend you supply. These include:



  • Meat  
  • Veggies 
  • Bread, buns 
  • Butter 
  • Cheese 
  • Cereals or other breakfast options 
  • Milk 
  • Canned goods 
  • Snacks 
  • Tea 
  • Hot chocolate 
  • Sugar 
  • Spices 
  • Condiments 
  • Juice, pop, etc 


  • Rain Gear 
  • Jackets 
  • Hats 
  • Hiking Boots 
  • Pajamas 
  • Sandals 
  • Personal effects 
  • Bedding 
  • Pillows 
  • Sleeping bags
  • Bed sheets
  • Durable blanket

Additional Camp Supplies 

  • Umbrella 
  • Additional lawn chairs 
  • First Aid kit 
  • Medicines 
  • Sun Tan lotion 
  • Insect Repellent 
  • Pens and paper 
  • Flashlight 
  • Lighter 
  • Soap 
  • Axe 
  • Sunglasses 
  • Towels 
  • Swimsuits 
  • Wash cloths 
  • Laundry bag or basket 
  • Sleeping bags 
  • Pillows 
  • Blanket and sheets 

Possible Fun Items to Bring 

  • Books and magazines 
  • Camera 
  • Beach toys 
  • Bikes 
  • Fishing tackle 
  • Back pack 
  • Binoculars 
  • Telescope 
  • Canoe 
  • Children's tent 

Menu / Price List


 From Edmonton   - From AB-14E towards Camrose/ Wainwright Merge onto AB-21S via the  ramp towards Camrose, 59.7km. Turn left onto AB-13E and proceed towards  Killam79.5km. Proceed South on HWY 36, 32.8 km. Turn right on TWP Rd  410. 410 proceeding 9.6km to RGE RD 144.
Turn left and proceed south 4.8km until you are at the river valley bottom.

From Red Deer  - Take 55ST/David Thompson Hwy/ AB-11E, 55.2km. Turn Right on AB-12E  towards Stettler. Proceed through Stettler to AB-36S, 81.7km. Proceed  north on AB-36S 32.2km. Turn left on TWP Rd 410. Continue on TWP RD  410 proceeding 9.6km to RGE RD 144. Turn left and proceed south  4.8km until you are at the river valley bottom.  

Contact Us

 Please complete the following form for more information or to book your stay with us. Or call us at 780.583.2100 or email Thanks! 

Battle River Crossing Resort

RR, Galahad, AB T0B 1R0, CA



Check-In: 12:00 am

Check-Out: 11:00 am