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Day Use

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      Activities

        Geocaching
        Birding
        Camping
        Canoeing/Kayaking
        Electric Motors Only
        Fishing
        Hiking - Front Country
        Mt. Biking/Cycling
        Wildlife Viewing

        Cross Country Skiing
        Ice Fishing
        Snowshoeing

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

      • Boating: Only boats with electric motors and paddlecraft are permitted on all five of the lakes.
      • Boat launches: Desjarlais Area Boat Launch is located near Joachim Loop/Campground.  Norris Boat Launch is located near Moberly Loop/Campground.  There is a hand launch at McDonald Day Use Area.  Please see the map.
      • Cross-country Skiing: There are 15 km of groomed trails and 9 km ungroomed. The trails are maintained November-March by volunteers.
      • Fishing: Desjarlais Lake is stocked with rainbow trout. Moberly Lake is stocked with brook trout. McDonald Lake is a trophy fishing lake with special regulations. Check the Alberta Guide to Sportfishing Regulations for details.
      • History: The park is named after Pierre Gris (Grey), a Metis who ran a successful trading post in the 1880's and 90's. The remains of his trading past are still visible along the north lakeshore of Moberly Lake.

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