Tillebrook Provincial Park
Named Tillebrook after the village of Tilley and the city of Brooks, this provincial park is situated between the two. Six km east of Brooks and adjacent to Highway #1, it’s just a 40 minute drive to the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Dinosaur Provincial Park, and only 10 minutes to Kinbrook Island Provincial Park on Lake Newell.
Relax in the peaceful campground with well treed sites and fire pits. There are 85 sites including 65 with power, and 4 barrier-free sites. A shower building, trailer dump station, playground, hiking trail and small store at campground booth are provided at the park.
You don’t even haveto get up from your picnic table to listen to the songbirds in the trees, or you can take a hike and watch for prairie wildlife like the meadowlark, mule deer or Richardson’s ground squirrel from the trail. Enjoy the cool shade in a quiet campsite after a day at the lake at Kinbrook Island Provincial Park, or in the badlands at Dinosaur Provincial Park.
Let us help you get there
South side of the Trans-Canada Highway, 8 km east of the city of Brooks