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Leduc No. 1 Campground

The Leduc No. 1 historical site welcomes you to park, relax, and escape the city for a while. We offer tent camping and RV hook-up with power and water, with washrooms and showers available on the premises.

Booking for the 2024 Season Open 1 May!

We Look Forward to Seeing You All Soon

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Welcome to the Leduc #1 Campground!

Our camping season runs from May 1st to October 31st, with water shut-off from October 1st (to avoid the pipes freezing as the weather cools). Visitors have access to washrooms, showers, power and water hook-ups, as well as picnic tables, fire pits, and large grassy areas for activities. We do not provide waste disposal on site, but one can be found just north of the campground in the Town of Devon.

The campground is fully self-service, and all reservations can be made online through Campspot.

Please strictly adhere to the Leduc Country Fire Restrictions, for the safety of yourselves, fellow campers, and the Canadian Energy Museum.

Campground Rates

Daily - $25 +GST
Weekly - $150 +GST

Tent Area Rates

RV Rates
Daily - $40.00 +GST
Weekly - $260 +GST
Monthly - $840 +GST

Includes

  • Water hookup

  • Power hookup (15 or 30 Amp) 

  • On-site Toilets and hot showers

  • No Waste Disposal Facilities

Leduc #1 Campground Rules

 

  1. To report a noise complaint, a crime or an emergency, please call the RCMP at (780) 987-3414. 

  2. For all other questions, contact Museum staff at (780)-987-4323 or info@canadianenergymuseum.ca. Museum office hours are 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Tuesday-Saturday. 

  3. Sites offer 15/30 Amp power and water hookups. Weekly and monthly rates are available.

  4. Each site has a picnic table and a fire pit. Please keep fires contained to the firepits provided. Please do not leave trash in fire pits. Obey all current Leduc County fire restrictions

  5. Washrooms and showers are available, on the east side of the ATCO Hall Camp building. Any damage to the washroom area will result in closure, with responsible persons being charged for said damage.

  6. Please be respectful to other guests: QUIET HOURS are between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. Unregistered guests and loud music will not be allowed during this time. 

  7. Alcohol is restricted to your campsite. Alcoholic beverages are not permitted in public areas including roadways, washrooms, and common areas. 

  8. Outside firewood is permitted. Please keep fires in designated pits and do not move the pits themselves. Obey all current Leduc County fire restrictions

  9. Please do not use the playground at this time as it is in disrepair. 

  10. Keep vehicles to designated roadways and parking areas only. The speed limit within the campground is 15km/ hour. No ATVs of any kind are to be operating within the park area. 

  11. Nearest dump station is 1km north on Hwy 60, in the Devon Industrial Area.

  12. Pets are welcome; however, we ask that all pets remain on leashes. It is the responsibility of pet owners to pick up after their pets, including when on their own site. Guests found not picking up after their pets may be asked to leave. Pets are not permitted in facilities and washrooms. 

  13. Booked sites can be cancelled with 72 hours notice for a full refund.

  14. All patrons enter the campground at their own risk. Management cannot be held responsible for lost or damaged property due to vandalism or acts of similar nature.  

MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME, STAY AND TRAVEL SAFE AND ENJOY THE CAMPGROUND 

Getting Here

50339 Highway 60 South
Leduc County
Alberta, T9G 0B2

Access our entrance via the indicated side road off Township Road 503.

If you have any issues, please give us a call at (780) 987 4323 during museum business hours, and we will be happy to help.

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