WiFi has arrived for Cattail Campground Guests!


Peace and serenity! Join us camping at our fully serviced Recreational Vehicle (RV) lots located on the south shore of Lesser Slave Lake. Our campground is located 2.5 km west of the village of Joussard. If you choose the joy of living in an eco-friendly environment that focuses on the family, you’ll love it here!

Seasonal Lots

2season_2smWe have approximately 50 seasonal camping lots. Each lot includes water, sewer, 30 amp power, fire pit, picnic table with lot number, garbage pick-up and the use of our boat launch. Our seasonal campers bring their RVs in approximately one week prior to May long weekend. The water is shut off to the campsite on the Monday of September long weekend.  We encourage our seasonal people to park their boats in the boat park rather than at their lots.


7playground_smSeasonal guests at Cattail Campground are focused on a quiet family lifestyle. Our people are actively engaged with their children and grandchildren just having fun! They are frequently found on the 2 acre sandy playground playing, riding their bicycles around the park or boating on our healthy lake.


HummingbirdOur seasonal people all respect our fragile boreal forest environment. People who are seasonal at Cattail Campground agree to plant trees on their lots. They watch over the little seedlings. They agree to use solar lighting on their seasonal lots. They agree to hang bird feeders or bird houses and to water their plants as much as possible from rain barrels. They respect the wild life, the birds and the plant life that is found in abundance at Cattail Campground.



Group Area and Family Reunions


Overnight Single Sites

We have set aside a few overnight sites for families who prefer a quieter camping experience that our seasonal guests enjoy. You will find your neighbours will enjoy talking to you such as is experienced in a small village! Your lot number is on your picnic table.
Perhaps you wish to have a quiet family campground for the simple serenity. Perhaps you wish to discover the natural beauty of the boreal forest and observe the migratory birds. Perhaps you choose to explore the rich native and aboriginal cultural heritage or the historic pioneering spirit of western settlers. Perhaps you desire an ideal northern meeting spot for meeting friends and family from northern BC, the NWT, and SASK. Perhaps you are traveling to the Alaska Highway Mile Zero in Dawson Creek, BC. Transform your life with a relaxation experience with us!

With reservations, we can accommodate up to 14 camping units for family reunions. Only 7 of those units would have full hook-up, with the remaining having only power. These are generally booked months in advance along with the Camp Kitchen. Your lot number is on your picnic table.

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