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River Ridge is an adult only seasonal park, with 70 full service sites (20 or 30 amp power available). We are open May 1 to September 30. Winter storage is included in the seasonal fee. We offer our guests a friendly and homey retreat from their busy lives and hectic schedules. We are pet friendly and welcome grandchildren and family as overnight guests. We have an extra site available if family and friends wish to stay in their own trailer. Applicable charges apply.

We also offer a Group Camping area which is open to the public for groups of up to 12 units for family reunions or impromptu camp outs. Fees apply on a per unit basis and reservations are required.

We have several planned activities throughout the season such as potlucks, the annual golf tournament (no previous experience necessary as everyone is welcome),and Yard Sale.
We have a Clubhouse for all of our guests to use. In the clubhouse there is free wifi, large screen satellite TV, a good supply of jigsaw puzzles, games, books and DVDs for those rainy days. In a separate building there is a pool table, shuffleboard and dart board free for anyone to use as well.

A favorite pastime is floating down the Little Red Deer River, playing horse shoes or enjoying a relaxing campfire.


  • Camping - Group
  • Horseshoe Pits
  • Power
  • Showers
  • Toilets - Flush


  • RV Camping

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We are located 15 Km straight West of Bowden, Alberta on Hwy 587. We are situated on the West bank of the Little Red Deer River and are across the highway from Red Lodge Provincial Park.