Daisy May Campground, Fort Macleod, Alberta
Daisy May Campground is a campground located in Fort Macleod.
Located in Fort Macleod, Alberta, Canada, the Daisy May Campground is a prime Southern Alberta camping spot. It is located across the street from Western Canada's oldest Golf Course as well as being within walking distance
of historic down town Fort Macleod. Fort Macleod features the North West Mounted Police Musical Ride, the Empress Theatre as well as a variety of local businesses. The Unesco World heritage Site, Head Smashed-in
Buffalo Jump is a mere 20 minute drive. Also, Waterton Lakes National Park, historic Crowsnest Pass, Frank Slide and the Remington Carriage Centre located in Cardston are within an hour or two drive. The Daisy May is located
at the intersection of 2 major highways making it an ideal resting place for someone just passing by as well as an affordable family vacation destination.
Local dining options close to Daisy May Campground include Shiv Kishan Corp, Johnny's Restaurant, Silver Grill Restaurant, and Macleods Restaurant & Lounge.
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110+ sites offer a variety of choices for all styles of campers. The sites include Full Hook up, Power and Water, Log camping cabins, as well as Non serviced sites with fire pits, which are group sites that can accommodate multiple units.
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Location details / directions
Located on intersection of Highway 2 and Highway 3
90-120 minutes from Calgary
Prices should be used as a guide only and may vary with room and dates chosen. Lower pricing may be available via booking system | Please note all distances are approximate, and may not reflect driving or travel distances.