Sandy Lake Beach Site
Located at Sandy Beach, 60 km northwest of Edmonton.
We are taking bookings for 2017 and 2018. Book early to avoid disappointment!
Sandy Lake Availability – Posted September 18th, 2017
*Although this chart is as up to date as possible, please check with the Edmonton Area office to confirm availability.
It is a requirement of our camp rental agreement for all groups that someone be in attendance at the camp who has had this orientation session. During the session, participants tour all the sites at the facility and are shown various emergency and maintenance procedures relating to buildings or equipment. This camp orientation is valid for a period of five years, and your name will be kept on a data base at our Edmonton Area office for future reference. Cooks (kitchen staff) are required to have our orientation of you are renting Trefoil House. To sign up for this orientation please email Hazel at Hazel@guidesedmonton.ab.ca.
For questions or current availability call Hazel at 780-451-2263, or email Hazel@guidesedmonton.ab.ca
Residential Camping (buildings)
accommodates 38 people.
Natural gas heating, hot and cold running water, indoor flushing toilets and outdoor latrines. Modern kitchen, commercial gas stove, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, cooking utensils, and dishes. Common room with fireplace, tables, chairs and a loft for a quiet area. Dorm rooms with bunks and mattresses. Outdoor fire pit and gas barbecue.
*PLEASE NOTE: Campers getting water from Trefoil in the Winter months are required to get their potable water from the NEW sink in Trefoil House.
accommodates 12 people – currently only 6 bunks with plans for more.
Renovated kitchen, natural gas heater, stove, fridge, cooking utensils and dishes. Bunk rooms with one or two bunk units and mattresses. Outdoor toilets.
There are seven tenting sites in total (Bluebell, Clover, Butterfly and Blue Jay). Four tenting sites are equipped with a cook shelter, cold running water in the summer, electricity, outdoor toilets, adirondacks and outdoor cooking stoves. Each cook shelter is now equipped with a fridge. The other three sites are wilderness sites and have no facilities.
There is an outdoor chapel (The Mark) on site accessible from the common area between Hilltop House and the Cottage. The cottage is a building available for general use by all campers with useable storage space and containing snowshoes (available for rent) and wagons for hauling gear.
Telephones are available in all residential buildings.
All residential facilities are smoke free, and all forms of fireworks strictly prohibited.
Get a better understanding of the Sandy Lake Beach campsite and its environment by checking out the T.R.A.I.L.S website (click here) developed by our 140th Edmonton Ranger Unit in cooperation with Alberta EcoTrust.