Camping Rules Alberta Government for Eagle Creek, Hummingbird, Cutoff, 7 Mile
The Hummingbird Forest Recreation Area is a popular staging area for trips into the Bighorn Wildland Area. The site, which was cleaned up after the 2013 flooding, is also a popular destination with campers, with up to 130 groups camping there at one time. Both horseback riders and ATVers use this area to stage from.
Use of Panels is Permitted in Hummingbird Campground. As long as these guidelines are followed.
Guidelines are as follows:
1. Panels are to be set up on the gravel pads ONLY, such as those found at Highline poles and individual vehicle parking.
2. Panels MUST be attached to either the highline poles or vehicles or trailers
3. Pen size is RESTRICTED to one panel width (deep) and no longer than the distance between highline poles or length of your trailer. Pens are NOT to be larger than 3 meters in diameter.
4. Horses are NOT to be tied to the panels
5. When packing up, the area is to be cleared of manure and feed; which is to either be deposited in designated location or hauled away.
These guidelines are set in place by the Province of Alberta and if they are not followed you may be subject to a fine. Expect these rules to change. Panels are NOT PERMITTED in any other FOESA Campgrounds within Alberta Parks & Parks Canada.
The sites are all first come first serve, including group camping.