The Campsite at Métis Crossing – Summer 2021 (Updated April 9, 2021)
Camping permit holders are responsible for the actions of all camping party members and any visitors to their campsite.
Contravention of regulations may result in eviction, a court-imposed fine or a restitution order.
Please register your campsite. Camping fees are payable when the permit is issued.
Camping permits are not transferrable. You are not permitted to save campsites for others.
Guaranteed check-in time: 4:00 p.m.
Check-out time: 12:00 p.m. for Comfort camping & campsites
The maximum permitted length of stay is 16 consecutive nights; after 16 consecutive nights, you must vacate the campground for a minimum of 24 hours, or as approved by the Métis Crossing Manager.
No group camping is permitted for the Summer 2021
Quiet hours are 11:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.
Loud partying, stereos at high volume and other rowdy behavior are not tolerated at any time.
Constantly running generators are considered excessive noise UNLESS required for medical reasons. Please use your generator in moderation.
All rental charges must be paid for in full at the time of reservation.
Methods of payment are cash, debit, Visa, Master Card or Gift Cards if reserving in person.
Phone or online reservations are by credit card only. For liability purposes, please bring a government issued valid photo ID (driver’s license or passport) to verify your identity to confirm rental and reservations.
Cancellation with more then 48 hours notice will received a full refund.
If less than 48 hours are provided, there is a 50% refund. Rescheduling will be of no charge, but will be subject to availability.
You must immediately occupy the campsite designated by the permit with your camping accommodation unit (tent, trailer or RV). If an accommodation unit is not present, the campsite may be re-assigned.
A maximum of 6 people may occupy a campsite UNLESS they all are members of the same family unit.
The maximum number of motor vehicles, tents, recreational vehicles and trailers permitted on a campsite is three (3).
Only two of these may be used as sleeping quarters.
EXCEPTION: when two tents are used as sleeping quarters, two motor vehicles may be permitted. The camping fee applies to each accommodation unit on a campsite.
EXCEPTION: if the second accommodation unit is a tent and there is only one motor vehicle registered to the site, there is no additional charge for the tent. A campsite must be large enough to accommodate the maximum number of allowable units. Depending on a campsite’s design and dimensions, a campground manager may decide that only one camping accommodation unit may be assigned to that campsite. Call the campground to find out if a second unit will be permitted upon check-in.
Tobacco and vaping are prohibited within 5 meters of playgrounds, sports or playing fields, outdoor theatres (e.g., outdoor public education amphitheaters)
Campfires are permitted only in facilities provided.
Never leave your campfire unattended.
Ensure your campfire is completely out before returning for the night and before leaving your campsite.
Pets must be kept on a leash no more than 2m in length at all times.
Please pick up after your pets.
Pets are not permitted on beaches, In buildings In or around Comfort camping sites.
Barking dogs are not permitted to stay onsite.
Sewage may be deposited at the Centex station in Smoky Lake, 10 minutes north of Métis Crossing.