The best kept secret in Southern Alberta

Location & Contact

Range Rd 273A,

PO Box 1122

Glenwood, AB

T0K 2R0


(587) 257-1930

Email: springglenparkfun

Spring Glen Park is a seasonal campground that offers 21 powered RV sites, 10 non-powered RV sites and 17 tent sites. There is a large camp kitchen available to rent, a natural amphitheater, playground equipment, a sand box, a small zip line and a sports field available for use. The smaller camp kitchen is for exclusive use of registered campers only. Non-potable water is available for patron use...must be boiled if consuming. Spring Glen Park is a shared, volunteer-run, park located between the Villages of Glenwood and Hill Spring in Cardston County. The park is governed by the Spring Glen Park Society, which is comprised of members of the local Village Councils and area residents. Funding for the park comes from donations from the two communities, the county, various grant programs and user fees. We welcome day use visitors as well as registered campers. Possible activities include hiking, fishing, swimming, rock collecting, baseball, soccer, T-ball and bird watching.


Restaurants, grocery & sundry items are all available in Glenwood & Hill Spring. Also Fort Macleod, Cardston & Pincher Creek, where the closest Walmart is located, are about 30 KM from the campground.


South Western Alberta has unlimited opportunities for recreational activities. Some of these include...

  • Waterton Lakes National Park
  • Waterton Lake Reservoir (boating & swimming)
  • Castle Mountain Provincial Park
  • Frank Slide Historic Site
  • Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump
  • Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village
  • Heritage Acres Museum
  • Remington Carriage Historical Center

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to Spring glen park

From Glenwood:

Head west on Sec Hwy 505, then turn left at the junction of Range Rd 274. One more left turn at Township Rd 44 takes you across a cattle guard, down a hill and turn right into the campground main entrance.

From Hill Spring:

Head north on Sec Hwy 800, then turn right travelling east on Sec Hwy 505. Within a kilometre, exit onto the gravel road (Township Rd 44) as the highway turns north again. Cross the intersection of Range Rd 274 and continue across a cattle guard, down a hill and turn right into the campground main entrance.