non-serviced and located immediately after a small bridge that crosses the Narrows between the communities of Peerless Lake and Trout Lake. A small boat can access both Peerless Lake and Graham Lake from the boat launch. The camping area is an open grassy field offering plenty of space for picnicking and play and also great for group camping. Fire rings Read more […]LEARN MORE
AB-686 Slave Lake, Alberta
located on HWY 813 approximately 35k north of Calling Lake. It offers 51 unserviced wooded sites, a boat launch, a walking trail, and firewood for sale during summer months. $15/night per site. No change given. First come first serve (no reservations available), no potable water. Campers may pre-order wood at $5 for 10 pieces by following directions at the registration Read more […]LEARN MORE
Unnamed Road Slave Lake, Alberta
The name “Kacikewin” (pronounced KA TSEEK A WIN) is the Cree word for hideaway. Open May through September; we offer quiet family camping for seasonal and overnight use. Enjoy the natural sandy beach, horseshoe pits, beach volleyball or just relax on the porch with an ice cream. One large fully furnished family cabin is available to rent nightly (May, June Read more […]LEARN MORE
1 St Alberta Beach, Alberta
Phone: (780) 924 3018
Come experience Dolberg Lake Campground for a taste of total seclusion in the wild. Located 45 km northwest of Barrhead on Hwy 18 & Hwy 655, this campground offers twelve sites, with a water well and outdoor privies located in the park. Self-registration. General Information 12 treed campsites. Boat launch Water well Fish cleaning station Outdoor privies Dock Spa / Read more […]LEARN MORE
Range Rd 75C Barrhead County No. 11, Alberta
Phone: (780) 674-3331
The warm weather and you: with long months of sun coming up, you’re going to want to spend some time acquainting yourself with the Northern Alberta roads less travelled. Here’s a sampling of adventures you can undertake in the great outdoors, all located close enough to make this a compelling day trip for you and your family or friends, should you dare.
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