What you can enjoy at this private getaway in the heart of the Interlake:
- 37 sites with 30 amp power and water
- Overflow sites avaliable
- 6 tenting sites
- a large group site with 7 hook-ups….30 amp power & water
- a firepit and picnic table in each site
- modern bathrooms
- sewer disposal
- treated water
- play area for children
- volleyball court
- horse shoe pits
- a large open area for recreation
- groomed walking trials
- fire wood and ice available for purchase
- security with locked gates (11pm – 7am)
- a pet friendly environment (pets to be under owner’s control at all times)
DUE TO THE DRY CONDITIONS OUR BOAT LAUNCH IS NOT USABLE AND THE BEACH IS JUST A SAND AREA TO SIT ON. WATER LEVELS ARE VERY LOW…. SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.
Erinview Campground, found bordering the eastern shore of East Shoal Lake, boasts 120 acres of natural prairie land scape dotted with whispering aspen bluffs. It is within these bluffs that we have carefully carved out our sites so as to best preserve the natural beauty of the area. Prairie grasses around sites and in common areas have been groomed for walking in order to enjoy nature at its best. From watching the abundant waterfowl that make East Shoal Lake their home, to star-gazing into the majestic prairie sky, Erinview Campground is a nature lovers paradise that provides first-class rustic camping for the true outdoorsman.
The Story of Jack and Joy – or How Erinview Campground came to be…
Once upon a time, there was a boy and a girl who had an incredible set of friends. And this set of friends would get together all the time.
One night, the friends were gathering on the shores of East Shoal Lake, a favorite place to hang out when one of the friends thought out loud – this would be a great camp ground.
And so began the dream. Over the years, Jack and Joy have turned this special 180 acre parcel of land into a private getaway for campers to escape to.
And here’s the crazy part. As friends and families add Erinview Campground to their memory banks, they find themselves standing on the shores where 100 years earlier, a community gathered to create memories with the Lady of the Lake Steamship and the Robertson’s Hotel.
We’re looking forward to having you here for your memories.
See you soon!
Jack and Joy Ogilvie