COVid 19 response

April 25, 2020

We have been paying close attention to the COVID-19 situation as it evolves, and want to assure you that our top priority remains the health and well-being of our customers, staff, and community. Amidst mandated campground closures in neighbouring Drumheller, we have recently confirmed with Kneehill County that we will be open for business May 10th, with restrictions as listed below.In order to provide you with a comfortable stay, we will be diligent in following all recommendations provided by the Public Health Authority. At this time, these include:

  • All campers must be self-contained and able to use the facilities in their own RV
  • Our washrooms/showers, registration office, store and playground will be closed
    • We will have the on-site store well stocked should you forget to pack something essential.
    • We will deliver to your site, and anything we don’t have available can be picked up in town and delivered by our staff. We will make 2 trips per day to help prevent the need for you to shop in Drumheller.
  • Every second site will be left vacant in order to provide plenty of room for social distancing around the fire. Essentially we will operate at a maximum of 50% capacity.
  • A no-visitor restriction will be in place for all campers
  • No tent camping will be allowed
  • All social distancing and gathering rules must be strictly adhered to
  • Upon check-out, sites will be meticulously cleaned and disinfected including picnic tables, water taps and sewer caps

Vehicle access to Horseshoe Canyon is currently closed; meaning those staying at our campground will be the only people able to hike and explore the canyon.

Drumheller is essentially closed for business and asking for local or through traffic only at this time, so we ask that those coming to stay with us plan to have all the supplies they need and to stick around the Horseshoe Canyon area for the duration of their stay.