Rolling Hills Reservoir Campground
The campground opens for the camping season on the Thursday preceding the May long weekend, and closes September 11 2014 for the camping season.
For security reasons, the Main gate is locked nightly at 11:00 pm. A one-way gate allows people to leave the campground after 11:00 pm.
We hope you enjoy your stay at the Rolling Hills Reservoir Campground. Rolling Hills Reservoir Campground opened in the spring of 2004. The campground is owned and operated by the Eastern Irrigation District.
The campground features 152 campsites, each outfitted with a 30 and 15 amp electrical outlet. Campers have access to potable water, sani-station, marina, boat launch, day use area, playground and a shower, laundry, and washroom facility. 65 of the campsites are available for rental on a seasonal lease basis. Two group camping areas are on the south end and may be reserved up to two seasons in advance. Reservations for single sites are not available.
Come and enjoy the sun, sand and swimming available to everyone. Bring your boat and enjoy the large lake area for boating and waterskiing. If you enjoy fishing, the lake is an excellent place for that as well.
For more information, please call the campground directly at 403-363-5603, or our District office at 403-362-1400. You may also drop by our office at 550 Industrial Road West, Brooks, Alberta or contact us by mail at:
Eastern Irrigation District
Features and Facilities:
152 large, electrified campsites, double occupancy allowed, 2 group campsites (reservations accepted for group areas only), picnic table and fire pit at each campsite, beach and sheltered swimming area, excellent boat launch and marina, day use areas complete with picnic tables and fire pits, modern playground equipment, friendly, knowledgeable staff, potable water on site, washrooms and trailer dump station, showers, laundry facility located only 20 kms south of Brooks on Highway 873 or 8 kms east of the Prairie Oasis Restaurant (Highway 36), watch for the campground signs.
Camping fees are only $30.00 per unit per night.
Come and enjoy one of the many benefits of irrigated agriculture!
Help the Eastern Irrigation District Prevent the Introduction of Invasive Species to Our Lakes and Reservoirs.
Aquatic Invasive Species are currently making their way across North America. These Aquatic Invasive Species pose a serious threat to the infrastructure of irrigation districts throughout Southern Alberta. You can help prevent the spread of these invasive species. For more information, download the Alberta Governments brochure on Protecting Alberta’s Irrigation Infrastructure by clicking here.
Please Note: 2014 Seasonal Campsite Draw
The application process has changed. Only one registered owner of the “camping unit” may apply for a seasonal site, and that unit must occupy the seasonal campsite. A copy of the camping unit’s registration must accompany the application form to be eligible for the draw.
Rolling Hills Reservoir Campground Campsite Information:
The 2014 documents are now available.
Daily Use Campsites (2014 information)
Seasonal Leased Campsites (2014 information)
Note: The agreements have been revised. Please read thoroughly.
- Camping Rules and Regulations
- Application Form
- Sample Seasonal Campsite Use Agreement
- Designation of Authorized Representative
- Campground Map and driving Directions
Seasonal Leased Boat Slips (2014 information)
Please note: Persons interested in obtaining a boat slip for the 2014 camping season should contact Shelley at the EID office at 403-362-1404. A sample copy of the boat slip use agreement is available for download from the link below.