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Sundance Provincial Park

Lat:53.6756270125 Long: -116.92534249 | Directions
Information: 780-865-2154

Fire Restriction

  • Effective: May 03, 2016
  • The restriction prohibits wood, briquette and propane/natural gas fires OUTSIDE designated fire pits and the use of Turkey fryers and Tiki torches
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Day Use

    Camping

      Summer Activities

        Camping
        Canoeing/Kayaking
        Electric Motors Only
        Fishing
        Hiking - Front Country
        OHV Riding (Off-site)
        Wildlife Viewing

      Winter Activities

        Ice Fishing
        Snowmobiling (Off-site)

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

      • General: This park is made up of two areas - Sundance Valley along Sundance Creek and Emerson Lakes with a chain of 5 lakes and campground. Sundance Provincial Park includes spectacular sandstone cliffs, steep valley walls and an important wetland area.
      • Boating: Only boats with electric motors and paddlecraft are permitted.
      • Hiking: There are 7 km of self-guided interpretive trails around three of the Emerson Lakes. In the Sundance Valley, hike 2 km on the Wild Sculpture Trail to reach the hoodoos or continue down through the forest to three peaceful lakes.
      • OHV Riding: OHV use is permitted on two designated trails only - at Rupert's Crossing and at the north end of the park.
      • Wildlife Viewing: Moose, deer, elk, bears and cougars
      • Geotourism Area: This park is part of the Alberta Northern Rockies. It's located northwest of Edson and is accessible via the Emerson Creek Road.

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