Cameron Lake Cabin

Cameron Lake Cabin

Built 1929

Cameron Lake Cabin was build in 1929 and is the oldest surviving warden cabin in Waterton National Park. The ski in is short, with very little elevation gain, making it perfect for families or first time winter hut stays. The hut, which sits 400m from Cameron Lake, is a great base to explore the area on skis.

Hut Facilities

A MESSAGE FROM WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK

An overnight parking permit is required (free of charge) when accessing the Cameron Lake Cabin.

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  • In-Person:Waterton Visitor Centre, during operating hours.
  • By Phone:403-859-5133
  • By Email:[email protected]. You will need the group leader’s name, destination, number of people in the group, the license plate of ALL vehicles being left at the trailhead, and your ACC reservation number. This permit process proivides valuable information to Parks Canada in the event of road closure.

Cameron Lake Cabin Features

Family Friendly
Open Winter Only

Features

South Western Alberta charm

Cameron Lake Cabin was built in 1929 and is the oldest surviving warden cabin in Waterton National Park. The cabin is available for winter bookings only.

Trail Access

Drive 45 minutes south of Pincher Creek on Hwy 6 South. Enter Waterton National Park and drive to the Akamina Parkway. Drive along the parkway to the Little Prairie day use area parking on the left. Ski along the road for about 3km to the hut, which is in the trees on the left about 400m before Cameron Lake.

You can check on conditions by contacting the Waterton Parks Info Centre.

You will be passing by avalanche terrain on the way in to Cameron Lakes – please have up-to-date knowledge and plans in case of an emergency.

Member Rates

  • Standard $50

Non Member Rates

  • Standard $60

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Hut History

Cameron Lake Cabin was built in 1929, it is the oldest surviving warden cabin in Waterton National Park. The Alpine Club is proud to be a part of the long standing history of the National Parks Warden service.

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