Leave everything behind! Escape Stress. Experience Nature. View some of Alberta's beautiful Certified Organic Agriculture. Enjoy light pollution-free night skies in the dark sky preserve giving excellent opportunity to view stars, planets, meteor showers, northern lights, and satellites. Relax and Enjoy the Battle River Valley at it's finest!
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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. (Contact 780- 385- 1365)
Corporate Bookings Available
We offer space for corporate events, reunions, and weddings in a location specially created to accommodate up to 20 R.V’s. Come and enjoy the beauty of the valley on your next special occasion.
One of our most popular attractions here at the Battle River Crossing Resort is floating. Depending on the year floating is best in June and July and provides lazy river type of floating experience. Floating can be 20 minutes, 45 minutes or up to two hours and you are still on the resort. From one beach to another is our favorite and m
One of our most popular attractions here at the Battle River Crossing Resort is floating. Depending on the year floating is best in June and July and provides lazy river type of floating experience. Floating can be 20 minutes, 45 minutes or up to two hours and you are still on the resort. From one beach to another is our favorite and most recommended trip for all ages. On this trip, you can leave a vehicle or walk back to your campsite, enjoying a scenic hike through the trees.
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 that few have to offer.
On of our more competitive attractions is Disc Golf. Free if you are staying with us, this 9 “hole" course is sure to challenge you if you are a serious player. If you are out for the fun, you are guaranteed a great time!
This course will take you through our beautiful and picturesque landscape while providing you with some healthy compititon on your weekend get away.
And so VERY much more!
River Sites- Avocet, Blue Heron, Chickadee, Dove, Eagle, and Finch
Drive-Thru- Alfalfa, Bluegrass, and Cactus
Tree sites- Dogwood, Gooseberry, Juniper, and Larch
Bush Sites- Birch, Cottonwood, Elm, Hawthorn and Kinnikinic
Group Sites- Capella, Mina, Polaris, Spika, and Vega
River Sites (not recommended for small children)
Drive- Thru Sites
*Cancellation Policy: To receive a full refund (minus a $5 processing fee) cancellation must be made 72 hours in advance from check in time. Anything that is not notified and cancelled in this time frame will be non-refundable.
Credit card transactions will automatically be charged $2.75 upon payment and will be non-refundable.
In consideration of campers and staff, quiet time will be between the hours of 11pm to 7am and will be enforced by camp staff. (generators included).
If overnight generator use is required, you will be limited to a 54dB generator or quieter. This must be brought to the attention of the camp manager and will only be permitted by such authority. No other camp staff can authorize this request.
RCMP are to be involved in the resolving of any conflict on the camp grounds. If the RCMP are to be contacted or requested, all campers involved are subject to a minimum $500 fine.
Pets are ALLOWED in sites, on walkways, and trails.
Pets are NOT ALLOWED off leash, on the beach, or in any other campsites other than your own.
Pets must be well trained, supervised, cleaned up after, and most importantly must be quiet. If any of these rules are not followed, staff will have to ask you to make other arrangements for your pets if you are choosing to stay on the camp grounds.
We are nestled on the banks of the river meaning there is a lot of wildlife. Henceforth, we ask that you only observe animals and try not to disturb them.
Being so close to these wild and incredible animals is why we are strict on pet policies. In the best interest of your pets, we ask that our rules be followed. Although highly unlikely, Battle River Crossing Resort and it's staff are not responsible for injury or damage due to wildlife.
Any damage such as parking on grass and wet areas, damaging trees and structure of site (including cutting or breaking of greenery), or any overall uncleanliness of site will be subject to a fine that staff deems appropriate for extent of defaced property.
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.
We will not be open for the 2023 summer season