Wildhay Group Campsite


The Wildhay Group campsite is located adjacent to the north side the Wildhay River. The campground is available for groups only - there is a locked gate across the road into the Wildhay Group. The key is given to the group using the campground. Fishing in the Wildhay River for grayling, whitefish, and rainbow trout, is one of the main recreational activities that campers using this campground partake in.

How to Get There

From west end of Hinton travel east for approximately 3 kilometres and then turn north onto Highway 40. Follow Highway 40 for approximately 45 kilometres until a road is encounter on the left (west) side of the Highway called the Rock Lake Road. Follow this road, keeping to the main road for approximately 8 kilometres until the sign indicating the turn off to the campground is encountered. The campground is located on the left side of the road. There are occasionally logging trucks and other large vehicles using portions of the Rock Lake Road - drive with extreme caution (please review our “Exploring Managed Forest Lands" section).


In the summer time, this road can be driven in a 2-wheel drive vehicle.


There is a $150/night group fee, plus $15.00 for each unit over 10 units (a unit is a tent or a R.V.).


FRMA provides firewood free of charge.


This campground is maintained by FRMA. This has been sub-contracted to Fox Creek Development Association, an aboriginal owned company located in Hinton, with a long working relationship with Hinton Wood Products.


Reservations can be made by through the Reserve Alberta Parks system, reserve.albertaparks.ca or 1-877-537-2757.


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