Devon, Alberta Campgrounds and RV Parks

  1. Devon Lions Campground
  2. Leduc #1 Campground
  3. Whitemud Creek Golf and RV Park Resort
  4. Rainbow Valley Campground
  5. Leduc Lions Campground
  6. Glowing Embers Travel Centre and RV Park
  7. Shakers Acres RV Park
  8. Diamond Grove RV Campground
  9. Wagner Natural Area
  10. Thorsby Lion's Campground
  11. Stony Plain Lions Campground
  12. Wizard Lake Jubilee Park
  13. St. Albert Kinsmen RV Park
  14. Spring Lake RV Resort
  15. Hubbles Lake Resort and RV Park
  16. Sundance Valley RV and Nature Park
  17. Ted's Place Campground
  18. The Lions Memorial Campground - Millet
  19. Coal Lake North Recreation Area
  20. Mink Lake Resort and Campground

Devon, Alberta

There is a campground and RV park down in the Saskatchewan river valley in Devon and another south of town on the highway.

Devon came into being following one of the largest oil strikes in the world. It took place in Alberta in 1947 and the resultant well was named Leduc #1. This event changed the history and fortunes of Alberta and the town of Devon was quickly and expertly built to house the oil field workers. While the oil industry still plays a large part in the city's economy, tourism, manufacturing and research provide diversity.

Well worth a day's visit, the Devonian Botanical Gardens comprise a unique collection of separate gardens, including a formal Japanese garden, herb garden, alpine garden, a peony collection, and various others, with nature trails. Adult learning classes are also offered, with anything from wine-making to flower-drying, as long as it involves the outdoors.

A great variety of activities, events, sights and experiences awaits the visitor to Devon. Have you heard about geocaching? Devon has 79 of these within an hour's drive of the city.

  • Devonian Botanic Gardens
  • Canadian Petroleum Discovery Centre
  • at least 3 golf courses
  • Castrol Motorsports Park, a multi-use facility
  • Lions Campground, an in-town campground on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River
  • Clifford E. Lee Nature Sanctuary, with various habitats and corresponding flora and fauna
  • Rabbit Hill Snow Resort
  • Shalom Park, one of the top ten waterskiing facilities in the world, hosting national and international competitions and open to the public
  • Devon Days, May long weekend, with a variety of events geared to the whole family

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