Cabins & Camping in Crowsnest Pass Alberta
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Visit the Wildlife Art Gallery in the Crowsnest Pass, located right on Main Street in Blairmore!

Have a look around at the selection of Fine Art Limited Edition Prints & Canvases, Open Edition Prints & Canvases, Greeting Cards, Artisan Bronze Sculptures and more.

Visit at 12323 - 20 Ave in Blairmore. Open Wed-Sat 10-6 and Sundays 10-4. Website is and phone number is (403) 627-3969.


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Do you allow pets?

Yes, we are a pet-friendly location. We have a couple of cats & a friendly dog that live with us here.  As long as your pet is well-behaved and in control, you can bring them along on your vacation. We do have an extra $25 per stay charge (+ taxes) for pets in each of our cabin units.

Do you have availability?

Click Here to check our Availability page

To confirm availability or book a reservation, please contact us or .

Do you offer monthly, seasonal or yearly rentals?

Yes, we do offer weekly, montly, seasonal and yearly rentals for both our cabins and campsites.

Please give us a call at 403.399.2331 or for more information.

Do you have BBQs?

We have a shared BBQ and picnic area for all guests to use.

This area includes a natural gas BBQ, a prep table, garbage and recycling receptacles and a picnic table.

Guests are welcome to bring thier own BBQ for use at thier cabin or campsite but please don`t place your BBQ on any of the decks.

Do you have fire pits?

We currently have small portable fire-pits for each power campsite.

We also provide a large shared fire-pit area. This area has been designed to be a safe area for open fires. It is in close proximity to a water supply and has lots of seating for guests. 

We do allow guests to bring thier own 'portable fire-pits' with them if they wish to have a private fire at thier campsite or rental unit.

Please be aware of the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass bylaws regarding fire pits:
"Fire Pit" means an outdoor receptacle that meets the following specifications:
i) a required minimum of 3 metres clearance, measured to the nearest fire pit edge to buildings, property lines or other combustible material;
ii) the fire pit edge does not exceed 0.6 metres in height when measured from the surrounding grade to the top of the pit opening;
iii) the fire pit does not exceed 1 metre in width or diameter when measured between the widest points or outside edges;
iv) the fire pit installation has enclosed sides made from bricks, concrete blocks, heavy gauge metal or other materials acceptable to a Safety Codes Officer having jurisdiction; and
v) a spark arrestor screen with openings no larger than 1.25 centimetres, and constructed of non-combustible mesh, is used to cover the fire pit opening, at all times when a fire is present, in a manner which will contain and reduce the hazards of airborne sparks and embers.

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