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  Camping in Mount Robson
Provincial Park
  There is every kind of camping that you can imaging in Mount Robson Provincial Park, from front country camping with all of the amenities to the most primitive sites with nothing but bear poles and outdoor toilets. In the park, there are 3 different campgrounds for frontcountry camping. These are:

Robson Meadows Campground which has 125 site and is at the park's west end is a beautiful treed site by the Fraser River.

Robson River Campground which has 19 sites and is also at the park's west end. This campground is well-treed well-treed and is on the Robson River and is also right near, Berg Lake Trail. All this and you are still close to a restaurant and store for your convenience.

Lucerne Campground which has 32 sites and is west of the Alberta boundary on the beautiful Yellowhead Lake has a great views of the surrounding mountains with some sites
on the lake. It is also well-treed and is ideal self-contained campers that do not require running water or flush toilets.

Outside the park there are is:

 
Emperor Ridge Campground is another front country campground with access to Berg Lake Trails and 1000 feet from Yellowhead Highway 16 at the Mount Robson viewpoint. Emperor Ridge is handy to gas, store for food, playground and visitor centre. Reservations are accepted are. The phone number is (250-566-8438)  
   
  Robson Shadows Campground is located 5 km west of the Park and has a panoramic view of Mount Robson. Natural campsites on the Fraser River, group site, washrooms, showers, firepits. This campground allows no pets. The phone number is (250-566-9190) and reservations can be made at this toll free number (888-566-4821) Robson Shadows is open from May 15th to October 15th.
   
  For backcountry camping there is Berg Lake. You must camp at one of the 75 designated sites along the trail but there is a wide variety of sites, from Kinney Lake to Robson Pass, 23 down the trail. Some of the sites can be reserved but most of them are first come first serve. There is so much to see in this beautiful backcountry area that you are advised to stay more that one night at any given site.

Campers must be ready for temperatures to drop to below freezing overnight even in the summer and you can even expect the occasional snowfall. No open fires are permitted on the Berg Lake Trail.

  Further in the backcountry there is the East End Wilderness camping, which has limited development. These backcountry sites with open pit toilet, bear poles, rustic fire circles and some times tent pads are not regularly patrolled by ranger staff so you must be completely self sufficient.
   
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