Road Construction

Big Horn Campground Road construction and campground closure

Update as of September 25:

Road construction is running a few weeks late. The road and Big Horn campground are still open. The campground will be open for the Thanksgiving weekend but the plan is to start work on the road after the weekend. The heavy truck traffic has left the road from the forestry trunk road in rough condition.  

This fall, Parks Canada is upgrading the road from the gates of the Ya Ha Tinda Ranch to the Ranch Yard.

Weather permitting; this construction work will make the road from the Ya Ha Tinda Gate to the Big Horn campground impassable from mid-September to mid-October. For this reason, the Big Horn campground will be closed. Visitors should plan to camp at the beautiful Eagle Creek campground during this time.

Please check our website and follow us on Facebook for updates

Thank you for your understanding

FOESA and the Management of the Ya Ha Tinda Ranch


 

 


Had a great day at the Ya Ha Tinda Birthday


Trail Crew

We are currently looking for anybody trained in proper trail maintence. Please contact us!


Air quality Link

https://weather.gc.ca/warnings/index_e.html?prov=ab


Big Horn Rules

Please take a look at these rules before leaving on your holiday. If you are using panels, please understand the reqierments or ask before setting them up.

 


Seasonal Flooding

There will be an area on the west side of the Big Horn Camp Ground that will be shut down for the month of June. This is do to seaonal flooding.

Over the next few years the campround will be expanded to the east and the seasonal area will be closed down.

 


Map of Ya Ha Tinda

This map can be uploaded to a GPS


Big Horn and Eagle Clean Up

Thanks to all the crew trhat came out for the clean up. Camp grounds are ready for the season.

 


FOESA Upcoming Events

See all of the events scheduled on the Upcoming Events page.


Map Of FOESA Campgrounds


Horse Stall Priorty

Dear Campers and Friends of the Eastern Slopes,

We have recently received correspondence from concerned members regarding horse stall and high line stall camp sites being occupied by camping units without horses. We, the Friends of the Eastern Slopes Association, support and encourage multi use of all of our 6 campground areas. As a courtesy to the campers with horses we are asking to give priority for the stalled and high lined sites to people travelling with horses. If the campground is full and no other options exist then by all means non horse users are welcome to use stalled and high lined sites. We operate on a first come first served basis.

Thank-you for your co-operation,

FOESA


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