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Overview of Silverhorn Creek Campground

A camping permit and park pass, valid for the length of stay, are required. Please display your camping permit in a visible location. Campers must register (at kiosk or self-registration) with their camping unit prior to setting up camp.

A fire permit is required for each night you have a fire.

There is no cell phone coverage at any campgrounds on the Icefields Parkway.

Number of Sites 38

Pad Type gravel

Open Seasonally June 2 to October 2

Elevation 5,610 ft / 1,709 m

Max Stay 14

Max Length 35 ft

Tent Camping Yes

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Q&A - Ask the Community about Silverhorn Creek Campground

To ask questions of the owner or manager please contact the campground directly. 819-420-9486

bevinb asked on 5/29/2021

Someone said there are red chairs down by the lake....are there trails to Mistaya Lake? Or did they mean the creek?

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Carolyn asked on 9/16/2019

Can you reserve a campsite at Silverhorn Creek Campground in Banff National Park?

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bicyclecamping asked on 9/12/2019

Can tents be set up on the grass?

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Reviews of Silverhorn Creek Campground 4 people have reviewed this location.

Ratings Summary

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  • dry camping
Site Amenities
  • pull thru
  • firewood
  • recycle
  • restrooms: vault
  • trash
  • pets


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- Taylor

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- Rusty

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Not a bad campground in general. But why go here when there are better spots around the corner?

- Alex.and.riel

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First Come First Serve

- Taylor

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