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Pembina River Provincial Park, Entwistle

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Pembina River Provincial Park is a provincial park in central Alberta, Canada.It is located between the towns of Entwistle and Evansburg, a short distance from the Yellowhead Highway. The short 16A highway spur crosses the southern edge of the park, which is developed along the gorges of the Pembina River. The gorges cut in sandstone reach 62m in height, and were formed during the glaciation.ActivitiesBirding and camping are the most common activities in the park. Water related sports like fishing, canoeing and tubing are also popular.
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  • site were all treed in, washroom and drinking water on every loop, ith shower facility only 5 min walk. lots of trails to hike and the day use area had a nice little beach. floating down the river was...  more »
  • I am very angry how polluted this river is with deflated plastic tubes, alcohol bottles and cans littered throughout. People have no respect for a beautiful paradise that the Pembina River has to offe...  more »
  • Now that it is off season camping is at its best. Very few campers in the campground. The nice fall leaves and much quieter during the day and night. The water was turned off as of Sept 14th for the s...  more »
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  • Awesome camping! Beware hilly sites when you factor in small children and/or alcohol ;-) Bring water shoes as the beach is mostly gravel. Great place to wade/swim/tube. Playground needs TLC desperately (hence 4 stars).
  • Awesome park, however when we were leaving the dump station was overflowing, the gate staff informed us of a pay station down the hiway ... In the opposite direction we we're going. Great camping, terrible gate staff.
  • Fantastic escape just an hour west of Edmonton! Feels like you are in the mountains since you are nestled in a valley.
  • Scenic beautiful walks and camping can be group friendly or semi private
  • Tons of fun, but be prepared to wait if you are floating down the river!