• The Thomas family outside the original heritage cabin.
  • River Front Cabin

    Accommodates 1-2 people, fireplace, kitchen and bath

  • Heritage Cabin

    Accommodates 4-6 people, fireplace, kitchen and bath

  • 2 Room Cabin

    Accommodates 2-4 people, natural gas fireplace, bath

  • Wildlife

    Elk roam freely on the property


  • It was excellent service. Nicely dec­orated cabin. Nice not to have any internet,
    TV> Very Peaceful. Caught in my reading. Had a great view of the river. Would stay there again. Could make your own breakfast. Watch the wildlife in the area.
    Everything was re-done or ren­ovated. We enjoyed very much.
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    Room Tip: by the river
    Stayed: August 2017, trav­elled as a couple
    edwins915 — Trip advisor review
    Burns Lake, Canada

    edwins915 -

    Peaceful and Private Getaway”

    My husband and I stayed here for two nights. It is set about a mile from the town, but there are walking trails into town and along the railroad track.We walked the mile into town each morning for breakfast. The staff was helpful and provided a daily news­paper. We had our own bun­galow and the front door was at the back of the house, so it was very private. It was rustic, clean, and peaceful. The cabin had a little fridge and an electric fire­place. Bring your mos­quito repellent for the evenings. The property has benches right by a big river. We wold def­in­itely stay here again.

    Stayed July 2017, trav­elled as a couple
    From: Arlington, Virgina


    Jennifer B. -

  • confort au coeur de la nature”

    Dépaysement total et plongée dans la nature sauvage les wapitis sont à la porte!!
    Confort optimal dans de jolis bun­galows déco bois très chaleureuse Excel­lente literie salle de bains très bien équipée et esprit écolo très présent Nous avons regretté de n’avoir retenu qu’une nuit


    oups85 -

    Renewing retreat in nature”

    My wife and I spent a couple of nights here with 7 other friends from the US, all seniors, with whom we visit national parks each year. We stayed in 3 of the 2-bedroom bun­galows, which easily accom­modated our group. The bun­galows are simple, clean, and in good working order. Pine Bun­galows is situated in a stunning natural area, along the banks of the Ath­abasca River, about a 5 minute drive to the town of Jasper. When we arrived, elk were wan­dering around the grounds. This place has won national awards from the Canadian gov­ernment and from Parks Canada for its eco­lo­gical values and wildlife friendly policies. Staff and owners were friendly and helpful. One of the charms of the place is that there are no TV, phones, or internet in the units, encour­aging those who stay here to enjoy the quiet and natural beauty of Jasper National Park. We left feeling thor­oughly renewed.


    Nagarkot247 -

  • We stayed 3 nights in a cabin. They are basic but very clean and com­fortable, with a fully equipped kitchen. The setting is peaceful and quiet and a great place to see wildlife. No wifi in the cabins, but available outside the main lodge building. It was not lux­urious but had everything we needed and in this very touristy town it is great value for money.

    Trip Advisor comment


    328miekev - Nelson, New Zealand -

    It is dif­ficult to find reas­onable lodging in this resort town so finding the Pine Bun­galows was a treat. The owner is not just remod­eling the old cabins he is totally rebuilding them. Our cabin, located along the Ath­abasca river, was large, full kitchen, everything new including a bathroom tiled floor that was heated. Heat sup­plied by a ther­mo­stat­ically con­trolled fire­place.
    The loc­ation along the river is perfect and only a few minutes drive to the downtown areas. No TV or Wi-Fi was our only dis­ap­pointment. (Wi-Fi available near con­ference center)
    If you go ask about the new rebuilt cabins espe­cially along the river as they have the best views available.

    Stayed September 2016, trav­elled as a couple

    Trip advisor member Otto L from USA



    Otto L. - Thornton, USA -

  • Stayed here for three nights in a river­front log cabin. There was no TV and no Wi-Fi, which was great. Loc­ation was 2 minutes drive from Jasper town. What can I say, if you want a peaceful couple of nights away, this is the place.
    Room Tip: Chalet on the river­front is fant­astic


    Sarpidon25, Aberdeen, UK -

    Bril­liant loc­ation, nice and tranquil
    Great sizes cabins, we were in a 4 birth so 2 double beds.
    Loc­ation is the big seller here & it doesn’t dis­ap­point, right on the river bank & in the woods so lots of wild life about. We were lucky enough to see a bull elk & a female right at the front of our cabin.
    The squirrels are amusing to watch, if they feel your a threat they shout at you.
    Would cer­tainly stay here again.


    Stayed September 2016, traveled with family



    LandBW7568 -

  • “Dans la nature”

    Situé à quelques minutes en voiture du centre de Jasper. Bun­galows rustiques mais agré­ables avec écureuils garantis !
    J’ai tout de même regretté l’absence d’un sèche-cheveux et à défaut de Wifi dans les bun­galows, ils pour­raient au moins avoir prévu une salle commune à cet effet.
    laverie sur place.

    • Stayed August 2016, trav­elled with family
    Nice, France


    “Great little cabin by the river”

    Lovely peaceful loc­ation yet just minutes away from Jasper itself. The cabin is basic i.e. no TV or WiFi but you could look out of the window & watch the Elk instead that roam around the site or if you really needed to, head to the Con­ference Room where you could get the only WiFi signal on camp and log into Facebook or whatever you needed but this is a selling point to me as you’re getting away from it all here. Our cabin had recently been mod­ernised & the bathroom had a heated floor which was a nice touch, the rooms them­selves were clean & tidy — would definately stay here again

    • Stayed August 2016, trav­elled with family
    London, United Kingdom