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Cold Lake Provincial Park

Lat:54.467646 Long: -110.131393 | Directions
Information: 780-594-7856

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Day Use

    Camping

      Group Use

        Summer Activities

          Beach
          Birding
          Camping
          Canoeing/Kayaking
          Fishing
          Group Use
          Hiking - Front Country
          Interpretive Program
          Power Boating
          Sailing
          Swimming
          Water Skiing
          Wildlife Viewing
          Wind Surfing

        Winter Activities

          Cross Country Skiing
          Ice Fishing
          Snowshoeing

        Note Permitted activities may vary within a park. Please confirm details with park staff.

        • Birding: Cold Lake is home to more than 200 bird species.  Breeding wood warblers, yellow rail and sedge wren, as well as one of Alberta's largest nesting western grebe colonies are found here.  Other species in the area include: chestnut-sided, Canada and mourning warblers, flycatchers, thrushes, vireos, great black-backed gull, common eider, teals and mallards.
        • Cross-country Skiing: Almost 10 km of groomed trails, with varied terrain (most rated as easy to intermediate)
        • Events: Check out our summer fun weekend programming.
        • Fishing: Try catching pike, perch, lake trout, burbot, walleye.  Check Alberta Guide to Sportfishing Regulations for details.
        • Hiking & Mountain Biking: 9 km of formal trails
        • Snowshoeing: There are no formal snowshoe trails but snowshoers are welcome to explore the park. If you follow cross-country ski trails, stay on the packed edge.
        • Swimming: At mouth of the Medley River (no swimming in Martineau River)
        • Wildlife viewing: Species include moose, deer, coyote, lynx, bear, fisher and garter snake.

        Events

        1 Lakeland Country