Zeiner Provincial Park is located on Pigeon lake about 15 minutes from Pigeon Lake Provincial  park campsite. It has 116 sites, 51 have water hook up and 70 have power hook up. A boat launch, sewage dump and tap water are available. Wood is also available for a fee and shower houses and flush toilets are through out the park. The sites are quite private and well treed. Fishing is a big past time at Pigeon Lake.

The Village at Pigeon lake is a short 15-20 minute drive for the campsite should you forget or need to replenish any items. The Village does have a full grocery store, gas station, cafes and some cool little shops to browse in.

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  • Marcy Milette says:

    We are wondering if there are full season, power and water sites available. we are a middle aged couple with a 27 ft pull behind trailer. We also have a 15 yr old, great natured dod and wonder about guideline rules.
    Thank you

    • admin says:

      Hi Marcy, Zeiner Provincial Park has a max stay of 2 weeks and I believe you can book up to 90 days prior to arrival. The guidelines are the same as most Provincial campgrounds, quiet time from 11:00pm to 7:00 am, liquor prohibited in any public area, dogs on leashes at all times, and not allowed on the beach, yada,yada yada. Zeiner may have a liquor ban on all long weekends, but you would have to look into that, I know Pigeon Lake Prov. and Mameo Beach both have the long weekend ban. I hope this helps you out.

      Happy Glamping

  • tammy says:

    i just phoned them, and she told me that they will not have a liqour ban every long.

    They chose 10 campgrounds, and will only enforce that on the May long weekend (its a rowdier crowd she says). So any other weekend there shouldn’t be a liquor ban! just fyi :)

  • Don says:

    Can you tell me if sites 107 and 108 have water service as we are in them on sept long. Thanks

    • admin says:

      Hi Don,
      You will be in section E, there isn’t any services on most sites. Section A is the only area with service (15 amp power). Water is available at the washroom or shower areas.

      Hope this was helpful,
      Happy Glamping,

    • admin says:

      Sorry Don the information I gave you was for Carson- Pegusus, but still the same information, there are power only sites but unfortunately they do not have any full service lots. Again water will be available at washroom/shower facility

      Happy Glamping,

  • Cheryl Demyen says:

    I caught a clip on CTV Morning News Edmonton featuring Travel Alberta and they showed pics of Yerkes and said there are 3 sizes. Can you supply me with some info or direct me to the correct website. I’m looking for availability, amenities, cost etc.

    Thx much!

    • admin says:

      Hi Cheryl,
      If you google “comfort camping alberta” there are a few different campgrounds that offer this service.I found this information for you.
      Comfort camping is a convenient, luxurious alternative to traditional camping. Try canvas wall tents at Dinosaur, Miquelon or Writing-on-Stone provincial parks. Pigeon Lake Provincial Park has yurts – a modern version of traditional dwellings used by nomads of central Asia. At Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park, The Nest is a large, timber-frame building.

      Reservations for the season can be made starting on February 24, 2014 at 9:00 a.m.

      •1-877-537-2757 (hours)
      Type Units Sleeps Rate/Night
      A Canvas Wall Tent
      Dinosaur PP 3 – Riverside (#1, #2, #3)
      4 – Cottonwoods (#4, #5, #6, #7)

      B Lodge
      Lesser Slave Lake PP 1 – The Nest
      C Canvas Wall Tent
      Miquelon Lake PP 3 – Lake Side (units 1, 2 & 3)
      D Yurt
      Pigeon Lake PP 1 – Large (#1)
      1 – Medium (#2)
      1 – Small (#3) 8
      E Canvas Wall Tent
      Writing-on-Stone PP 3 – Cottonwoods
      If you are a camping kinda gal, it is easy to glam your own campsite, check out youtube, GlampingQueen, Glam the bedroom.

      Hope this helps you out!!
      Happy Glamping,

  • Wyatt says:

    Is there lots of bicycle trails and are any of the paved. Do u have to camp there to go on the trails.
    Thank you,

    • admin says:

      Hi Wyatt,
      It’s been a while since I was Zeiner, the paths were well gravelled but not paved, easy riding for a bicycle. No you don’t have to camp there, they have a day area available with access to the trails.
      Have a great trip,

      Happy Glamping,

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