Welcome, this is the first stop on Kelowna’s cross-Canada route. Read through to the end to reach the next stop on the trip.
Jasper is a beautiful town just across the BC and Alberta border. It’s nestled in some of the most picturesque mountains along the Canadian Rockies. It started as a small railway town to support the trade of the Hudson’s Bay Company and the North West Company. It is now an idealistic tourist spot to get the full Canadian feel. Stay for a day or a week, you’ll be amazed at the scenery and fall in love with the small-town vibe.
Jasper is currently undergoing regeneration of their forests after issues with pine beetles. Please be extra cautious with any fires, follow all restrictions, and properly dispose of cigarettes or other flammable items. Please help us keep the forests growing.
- 40 fully serviced pull-through sites
- Renovated public washrooms with showers
- Onsite groceries and firewood
- Full Hook-ups
- Outdoor theatre
- Beautiful mountain views
- 363 camping and RV sites
- Hot showers
- Access to the Wapiti Trail
- Best for trailers under 27 feet
- Unserviced with firepits
- Spots along the river with mountain views
- Best for trailers under 35 feet
- Unserviced or electrical sites
- No showers on site
Food and Drink in Jasper
Bars, Pubs, and Distilleries
Jasper Brewing has been open since 2005 and focuses on its three main beers. A Crisp Pils, a Trail Session IPA, and the Jasper the Bear Ale. They also supply brews from other companies in the area to please your palette while you enjoy the pub.
This pub is located in the Whistlers Inn and offers classic pub food, access to watch sports games, and live music. Get the small-town feel while playing a game of pool before hitting the road.
Don’t let the name deter you, this bar is in the location of the Jasper classic Astoria Bar from 1927. It has now been revamped and offers pub food with a homey feel.
Baked Goods and Casual Dining
This cafe located in the Lobstick Lodge offers a perfect grab-and-go setting if you’re in a hurry. With options like a bagel and lox, to a spinach and feta danish, a hot coffee and delicious meal is guaranteed.
This gem is located along the Maligne Canyon hiking route. From the beautiful and relaxing atmosphere of the restaurant, you can venture out onto the trails. That is, if you can pull yourself away from the delicious menu.
Family owned and operated, Evil Dave’s leans into the name with sinfully delicious food and drinks. Don’t judge it by the name, the only evil thing here is you can’t try everything in one sitting.
Things To Do in Jasper
The beautiful part of Jasper is that you can stay for an hour or a week, and you won’t run out of amazing things to do. Mainly focused on spending time outdoors, you can be immersed in the amazing scenery of the Rockies. Looking to stay in town? There are still ample options to spend your day browsing shops and sampling local cuisine
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