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We did see a few deer, but were surprised at that, given the amount of dogs barking. Don't however come here for the clean fresh mountain air The smell of smoke soon swept though and that was that.
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Not the worst campsite ever, but not the best. Thank you for your review of Whistlers Campground. We hope you enjoyed your time in Jasper National Park, but sorry to hear that the campfire smoke was a bother. Even though the campground does have an 11pm campfire policy fires out, quiet time , smoke can linger depending on air conditions in the valley bottom.
You will be happy to know that renovations and work on the washroom buildings in the campground are actually underway this winter- so improvements for next summer will be ready for campers next summer. We just spent 8 nights at this campground and would go back again.
We had a full service campsite, water, sewer and electrical. The campground is large but you do not feel like it. Each area is set up with wide spaces and trees between each site. If you want a totally dark experience then this might not be your campground, it has street lights, which makes it easy to move around at night.
The only problem we encountered was the rutting elk that make their home in the campground. The park service tries to keep the animals away from the people for their safety. But hearing the bugling from the elk is an experience in itself. While close to the highway, we heard no street noise. It is located just outside Jasper and close to many attractions in the area. Great place to camp. While street lights are there for public safety in Jasper's busiest campgrounds, there are some great locations to view night skies from Whistlers campers.
Our recommended area is to proceed to Marmot Meadows- just on the south edge of the campground that we use as a group campground for the Park. This is a large, treeless meadow in a montane grassland that affords wide open night sky views. For two years running, Park Interpreters have led amateur astronomy programs to watch the Perseid Meteor Shower in mid summer in this very location. It can be accessed by anyone in the campground by following the Whistlers Campground trail to it's southern end and then walking into the meadow from there.
Whistler in Jasper National Park has always been a favorite of ours, especially in the early fall when the elk are in rut. What an amazing experience to see these animals firsthand. The campground itself is well organized with good facilities and sites are very spacey for the most part.
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Our only disappointment is that Park services have allowed the campground to become very rundown. Picnic tables are a disgrace - they are in disrepair broken and with exposed nails and badly in need of paint. Fireplaces were a small stove type that again were mostly broken. The site roadways themselves are uneven and full of ruts and holes and many could use leveling and new gravel.
We did seem to find that the worst areas were the ones with full service. The sites were overall looking warn! It would be nice to see the Park close some areas thru a rotation and do some upgrading! Jasper has some of the most beautiful scenic areas in the world and we have many visitors here from around the world.
January 8, at 8: Basic information Camping is only permitted at designated campsites Vehicles and tents must be within your designated site and on the tent pad Do not tie anything to the trees, including tarps. Refer to the 'Bare' Campsite program for more information.
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Quiet hours are from 11 pm — 7 am Campfires, visitors, consumption of alcohol, cannabis and cannabis products are not permitted during this time. Only site occupants are allowed in the campground after 11 pm Please remember, even quiet conversations can carry through a forested area. Please keep your campfire safe for you and the environment by following these rules: Keep fires small — To reduce their impact on the environment, fires must be contained within the fire pit provided and be kept to a reasonable size. It is illegal to start a fire outside of a designated location.
Use firewood provided — Transporting wood from elsewhere may spread invasive bugs and disease. Do not burn garbage or collect deadfall from the surrounding forest for burning. Use an axe or hatchet to make your own kindling from the firewood provided. Keep it down — Please respect your neighbours by keeping your voices down and putting out fires during quiet hours 11 pm — 7 am. Never leave a fire — Fires must be attended at all times. This is similar to the approach Parks Canada follows for other regulated substances, like alcohol. You can be a good neighbour and have a great camping experience by respecting the following guidelines: Washing dishes — Please use a personal basin for washing dishes not the bathrooms, where space is limited and dump grey water down outdoor sinks.
Washing laundry - Please use your own tub and dump water down the outdoor sink or toilets. Do not tie clotheslines to the trees. Laundry facilities are available in the Town of Jasper. Recycling - Bottles and cans refundable containers can be recycled in each campground near designated washroom buildings. Children - To ensure the safety of your children, please supervise them at all times. Children may become lost in the campground or may unknowingly trespass on a neighbouring campsite.
Driving - Respect the posted speed limits and remain alert while driving in the campground.
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Trees may obstruct your view and pedestrians, especially children, may suddenly dart out onto the road. Accessing facilities - Please use roadways and pathways to access campground facilities cook shelters, bathrooms, etc. Cutting through a neighbouring campsite will disturb other campers and may cause damage to the fragile vegetation. Wapiti summer sites Reserve.
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