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Camping Under the Stars: Check Out Alberta’s Designated Dark Sky Locations

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Stargazing is the ideal method to unwind after a long day out camping. Nothing can be more soothing than looking up at millions of sparkling stars.

The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada has indicated six Dark Sky Sites in Alberta, a report said. Dark Sky Sites are areas where there is no artificial light. The pollution of light in these sites is proactively controlled. This reduces artificial light and allows for more incredible images at night.

The variety of planets and stars visible from the Dark Sky Site is impressive. Of the six sites designated in Alberta, five are great for camping and then spending the night gazing at the sky.

These sites are perfect for RVers who want to camp under the stars. These Dark Sky Sites include Beaver Hills at Elk Island National Park, Jasper National Park, Lakeland Provincial Park, Wood Buffalo National Park, and Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park.

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