Located in Yoho National Park.
Hoodoo Creek Campground is a sunny open meadow with views of Mt. Hunter. Daylight lingers here and offers campers the opportunity to take a stroll to the historic Deer Lodge Cabin or a more arduous hike to the infamous Hoodoos up above.
Accessible for small RVs with no services.
Months of operation are June through September.
This campground operates on a first-come, first served policy.
A National Park pass is required.
What to See and Do in Yoho National Park:
Winter: Cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, sightseeing, ice climbing. Wildlife viewing – elk, deer, moose, coyotes, chickadees, dippers, grosbeaks.
Spring: Late season ski touring and snowshoeing, sightseeing, bird watching, nature walks at low elevations and in the western part of the park. Wildlife viewing – black and grizzly bears, elk, deer, moose, mountain goats, coyotes, wolves, owls, migratory birds including bald and golden eagles, harlequin ducks, songbirds and hawks.
Summer: Hiking, backpacking, camping, sightseeing, picnicking, rafting, paddling, cycling, climbing, fishing. Wildlife viewing – black bears, elk, deer, moose, mountain goats, pikas, coyotes, wolves, owls, snowshoe hares, marmots, ground squirrels, summer birds including bald and golden eagles, songbirds, ducks, geese and hawks.
Fall: Late season hiking and backpacking until early October, larch viewing/hiking at Lake O’Hara, sightseeing and nature walks at low elevations. Wildlife viewing – black and grizzly bears, elk (in rut), deer, moose, coyotes, wolves, owls, snowshoe hares, migratory birds.