Families and outdoor enthusiasts such as hikers, fishermen and horsemen, will enjoy this gem, located off the Cowboy Trail in Southern Kananaskis. Explore numerous unmarked trails, beautiful valleys and hike Indian Graves Ridge with breathtaking views and trail access directly from the campground. You are a 30 minutes drive away from Chain Lakes Provincial Park where you can swim, fish and boat and Heritage appreciation at it’s best is found at Bar-U-Ranch. The Willow Creek offers opportunity to catch Trout and White fish and Bear Pond is stocked with Artic Greyling.
Camping sites at Indian Graves Campground are all unique in their own way, with lots of trees and generous space between the sites. Each site comes with own fire pit and picnic table. The Lower Loop (21 sites) has direct access to the Creek and includes six equestrian sites with spacious 16 x 16 feet horse corrals than accommodate up to 2 horses each, Cookhouse, Group fire pit and Playground. Young families enjoy the grassy and treed area where they can keep an eye on their youngsters without ever having to leave their site! The Upper Loop (17 sites) in the Forest connects with Off Highway Vehicle trails South of Highway 532. OHV use in the campground is restricted to this designated Access Trail.
Lower or Upper Loop can be rented by groups: special conditions apply, as there is no separate group area. No power, no hook ups, no flush toilets. Outhouses are available, as well as hand pumps for water (no drinking). Generator use is limited: from 9-10 a.m. and from 6-7 p.m. Firewood, ice and trail maps are available off truck or through campground office on variable hours. Well behaved pets are welcome. Loud music or use of chainsaws is not allowed. Indian Graves has no day use area and is for registered guests only; no unregistered visitors after 8.00 p.m. There is no phone or cell reception at the campground. The nearest public phone is at Chain Lakes Provincial Park.