Camping Info & FAQ


Due to the wet weather, campers cannot park units in Family/Sponsor camping area before Tuesday, July 9th at 6pm.  It will be open that day from 6-11pm and then again during the day on Wednesday, July 10th.  We also ask that you wait until this date to park in the general parking to allow the grounds to dry more and to prevent being asked to move if an attendant is not there to direct you to the designated area.  Thank you for understanding that we are unable to control Mother Nature and the field for this camping area is too wet to park on until the 9th.

Does my Wild One Pass or Weekend Pass include camping for the weekend of the Teepee Creek Stampede?

Yes, the purchase of your Wild One or Weekend Pass includes your campsite in the wild camping area. 

Can I access the campgrounds if I am not staying overnight?

Attendees with a Day Pass or Wild One Day Pass can access the campgrounds. Weekend wristbands are included with a Wild One or Weekend Pass.

What types of campsites are available?

There are two types of campsites, Wild and Family. Wild campsites are included with Wild One or Weekend Passes, and there is no designated quiet time. Family camping requires the purchase of an additional camping pass, and has quiet time from 11 PM to 7 AM.

How large are the campsites?

Each sites measures approximately 19' x 39'.

Does my campsite include hookups for water or electricity?

All campsites are "primitive" and do not have water or electrical hookups.

What should I bring to camp at the Teepee Creek Stampede?

We want you to have a good time, but be comfortable too! Aside from standard camping gear, we suggest you bring something that provides shade, plenty of water and ice, sun screen, comfortable shoes, etc.

Do I have access to my campsite for the whole weekend? When do I need to vacate my campsite after the event?

When you purchase a Wild One or Weekend Pass, it's yours for the entire weekend. Campsites must be cleared out by 10:00 pm on Monday, July 15th.

What are the rules regarding generators?

Generators are allowed but must be turned off between 11 PM and 7 AM.

Can I light a bonfire?

Bonfires and any fire of any kind, including tiki torches, are PROHIBITED in the campgrounds. Propane fire pits are allowed unless there is a county fire ban in effect.

Can I bring a grill?

Gas and charcoal burning grills are permitted.

How many vehicles are allowed on my campsite?

The purchase of your weekend pass/campsite includes access for two vehicles; if you're planning to bring another vehicle, you will need to park it in one of the other parking areas. If you are parked in a designated roadway your vehicle could be towed. Please keep all roadways open in case of emergency. There is a maximum of two steering wheels per campsite.

Can I bring my pooch? What are the rules if I bring my pet?

Pets are allowed in the campgrounds, but not inside the rodeo grounds (with the exception of service dogs). Service dogs must wear proper ID tags or vest. If you do bring a pet to the Teepee Creek Stampede, you are responsible for them. Pets must be leashed at all times and kept at your campsite at all times. You are also responsible for cleaning up after your pet.

Garbage Collection

Please help us keep our campgrounds clean! Be sure to bring garbage cans/bags for your trash and deposit it in the bins provided throughout the campgrounds.

I'm dropping off a camper / my kids / groceries at a campsite, but I'm not staying. What do I need to do?

Entering the campgrounds without a pass is only permitted on Wednesday, July 10th, 2019. Entry on other days requires the purchase of any Day Pass (day access only) or Weekend Pass (overnight access permitted) for either the beer gardens or the rodeo and wagons.

What are the rules for driving in the campgrounds?

Recreational vehicle, including golf carts and ATVs, are allowed in the campgrounds and subject to the same rules as motor vehicles. Motorcycles are allowed in the campgrounds. Mudding, speeding, or reckless driving of any kind, will result in an eviction from the site and possible legal action from the RCMP. Please help us keep our campgrounds safe! Golf cart shuttles will be cruising around the campgrounds--flag ‘em down, and they'll give you a ride.

We're having a problem in the campgrounds, who do we contact?

If the matter is urgent, please call 780-882-8899 with as many details as possible. This phone number is a direct line to security and is for camping issues only. The Security team will not be able to answer Teepee Creek Stampede related questions. If the matter is not an emergency, please send an email to with as many details as possible, including your contact information and campsite location.

Is there a limit on the number of people that can stay on a campsite?

As long as y'all stay within your marked area, you can accommodate as many people as you'd like!