Gold Springs Park – Milk River, Alberta

This park was merely a place to stay for one night once we crossed the border into Canada. It was pretty hot and miserable and besides picking up a few things from the grocery store and walking Max, we didn’t leave the Airstream. Gold Springs Park Campground sits halfway between Milk River and Coutts. It seems like a place people from the local rural areas go to spend the weekend as there are quite a few seasonal sites. There are a number of sites without an electric hookup, or only 20amp, so there were people running generators. If we ever drive that route again and need to stop, we would probably keep driving north until we reach Lethbridge, which is a real city with amenities and things to do.

Gold Springs Park Campground

www.goldpsrings.ca

  • 30amp Electric Only Sites
  • 20amp Electric and Water Sites
  • Tent Sites
  • Cabins
  • Restrooms with Pay Showers
  • Water Fill
  • Playground
  • Reservoir with Fishing
  • Paddleboat Rentals
  • Laundry

Our site (#40) was one of a few pull-thru sites. It was gravel/dirt and a bit unlevel with a picnic table and fire pit, though it was so hot and windy that nobody should have been having a fire (people still did). We didn’t use any of the amenities and left fairly early, so we can’t really give an in-depth review.