Centennial Park on Joseph Lake Campground

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Escape to Centennial Park campground located just east of New Sarepta. The natural beauty of Joseph Lake provides the perfect backdrop for the campground. Many species of wildlife make their homes in the trees and fields of the area and the park facilities allow you to explore nature at its best.

Amenities:

  • Power and unserviced camp sites available
  • Group camping
  • Day-use area
  • Shower facilities
  • Playground
  • Horseshoe pits
  • Firewood
  • Volleyball
  • Gated

Open May long weekend to Labour Day weekend. Reservations recommended. Sites are available on first come, first served basis.

Directions: Located five minutes off highway 21 near New Sarepta. Centennial Park Campground is located on the south shore of Joseph Lake.

Payment methods accepted: Cash, Visa, MasterCard, Interac.

Overnight (per night):
  • Powered Site
$27 Reservation Fee
    $6
    • Unserviced
    $23 Coin Operated Shower
      $1
      Overnight (2 weeks): Wood $7
      • Powered Site
      $310 Group day use (note: group camping rates are per site used. If a group wishes to use the group area and visitors will be joining the group just for the day, the day rate will apply):
      • Unserviced
      $240
      Overnight (Monthly):
      • Powered Site
      $575
      • Group Area (0-50 People)
      $55
      • Unserviced
      $425
      • Unserviced (50-100 People)
      $110

      Contact Centennial Park

      Phone: 780-941-2124 (May to September)
      780-955-6140 (September to May)
      Fax: 780-
      Email (May to September):

      Parks & Rec Links

      Jubilee Park on Wizard Lake: 780-985-2499 (May-Sept.)
      Centennial Park on Joseph Lake: 780-941-2124 (May-Sept.)
      Sunnybrook Creek Park: 780-985-2499 (May-Sept.)

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