Miquelon Lake Provincial Park

Alberta Parks


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  • What you need to know in 2020...

      June 29, 2020

      What can be expected at Miquelon this year?

      • The campground will open to 100% capacity on July 1st to allow time for proper preparations.  Some sites have already been released. Please note that due to flooding in the campground, some sites will remain closed.
      • All campsites at Miquelon Lake Provincial Park will be 100% reservable this year. 
      • All vault toilets will be open and cleaned on a regular basis within the campground, day use area, and trail system.
      • Shower houses, flush toilets and group campsites are currently closed.
      • Comfort camping units will remain closed for the season.
      • Water faucets throughout the campground will be available, as well as sani-dump stations ($5 flat fee rate to utilize)
      • Miquelon Lake will be asking visitors and campers to go cashless this season if possible.  Please come prepared with credit or debit cards.
      • Park Centre will be opening July 3rd for weekends only.  Some items may be purchased at the campground registration booth (firewood, ice, camper needs).
      • Please try to be as self-contained as possible - bring water, hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes to help protect yourself from contracting COVID-19.



  • Partial Closure - Localized Flooding in Campground

      June 16, 2020

      Due to consistent and higher than average rainfall, a number of campsites in Loop A and B of our campground are flooded.  Please bear with us while we attempt to pump out water from these wet sites, move campers and adapt to changing weather conditions.

      Some of these sites will not be reservable until they are dry and ready for use.

    Affected Areas
      Loop A and Loop B
  • Water Advisory - Miquelon Lake not suitable for swimming

      July 1, 2018

      • Through natural processes, the water in Miquelon Lake has become undesirable for swimming.  Increasing lake temperatures and decreasing water levels have created high concentrations of salt, and plant and bacteria growth. 
      • Park visitors are encouraged to take advantage of the many other summer recreation options at Miquelon Lake, including birdwatching on the lake.

Safety Links

Provincial Sources for Advisories