Coming from Switzerland, Roland & Marianne moved here to fulfill their dream to have their own business. They bought the Lost Lemon Campground in 2003.
It was the year of the big Lost Creek fire in the Crowsnest Pass. The fire threatened them to lose everything.
Since then they managed to have successful and busy years. Through this time they also made a lot of improvements to this beautiful place.
Your hosts, Roland & Marianne will certainly make your stay a remarkable one and assure you that kind of hospitality you always looked for!
To read about the story of the Lost Lemon Gold Mine, which this campground bares this name, click here
46 camping sites with full and partial service (15/30 amp & 50 amp) can easily accommodate you at the Lost Lemon Campground and you are invited to tow in a trailer, park a motor home or pitch a tent and enjoy our relaxed, friendly “small town” atmosphere. We also offer 2 fully equipped Cabins , however reservations are recommended for the duration of your stay. Some sites have Shaw Direct Satellite connections ( must bring own receiver). Also 4 pull through sites with full hook up.
For your convenience, we are equipped with heated washroom facilities and coin-operated hot showers, as well as a laundry room.
Each site has a Picnic table and a Firepit.
Ice, Ice Cream, Laundry Soap, Firewood ( don’t bring firewood, please read important info about fires in the Rules page) We prefer to stop the spread of pests by using local firewood
The campground features an in-ground heated pool (seasonal)
Sports facilities at the Lost Lemon Campground include a playground for the young ones, a basketball hoop, a volley ball court and two horse shoe pits
Equipment is available from the office for free, or bring your own!
On site fishing in Crowsnest River.
Stay a few days and enjoy the Great Outdoors in summer and winter…
biking, walking & hiking
golfing at the scenic 18 hole golf course in Blairmore
fishing for Trout in one of the best fishing areas in Alberta
riding in scenic mountain trails
cross-country skiing on the Allison-Chinook trails
downhill skiing at the Pass Powderkeg Ski Hill (night skiing!)
snowmobiling on 1200 km of groomed trails