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Information: 780-538-5350

Horse trails provide access for trail riding, hiking and backcountry camping. The road as far as Two Lakes (120 km south of Grande Prairie) is passable in good weather; travel beyond Two Lakes to the Kakwa Falls parking lot requires a quad or 4-wheel drive vehicle. Visitors should check ahead for road conditions. Permits are required for winter snowmobile camps (refer to "activities" section for permit information). For information about road conditions or to obtain a winter camp permit, contact Parks Division in Grande Prairie at 780-538-5350.

Park Boundary

Day Use


      Visitor Centre

        Summer Activities

          Backcountry Camping
          Hiking - Backcountry
          OHV Riding On-site
          Wildlife Viewing

        Winter Activities

          Snowmobiling On-site

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

        Kakwa Wildland is a remote, rugged park containing over 650 square kms of forested valleys, creeks, lakes and mountains. The park is home to a diversity of plants, birds and mammals including grizzly bears and woodland caribou.  Alberta’s tallest waterfall is also located in the park - Kakwa Falls which is 30 metres high.  

        Kakwa Wildland Provincial Park is part of the Kakwa-Wilmore Interprovincial Park that also includes Wilmore Wilderness and B.C.’s Kakwa Provincial Park.