Pigeon Lake Provincial Park

Alberta Parks


  • Operational Service Change (OSC) - First Come, First Service Camping

    Effective:  September 25, 2023   Updated:  November 14, 2023

      Effective Date: September 25, 2023
      Where: Pigeon Lake Provincial Park - A Loop
      Pigeon Lake Provincial Park Campground now offers first-come, first-served camping in Loop A. All other loops and group areas will be closed for the fall and winter season.

        • All sites in Loop A have access to 15 AMP power.
        • The camping fee is $25/night and is payable by cash or cheque only.

      Please come prepared:

        • Bring enough water to meet your needs for your stay as the water is no longer available in the campground.
        • There will be access to outhouse washrooms in A Loop, Day Use and Boat Launch.
        • The dock at the boat launch is no longer in the water.
        • Grey water (wash water) disposal must be disposed of at sewage dumping facilities or in outhouse toilets. We recommend storing and transporting your grey water in a covered bucket/pail
        • Contents from portable camping toilets MUST be disposed in sewage dumping facilities, or carried home for disposal
        • Please do not dispose of any campsite waste water in any other way.

      For more information, please contact the Red Deer District Office at 403-748-3939


  • Hazard – Pigeon Lake day use boat launch

    Effective:  May 11, 2023   Updated:  November 14, 2023

      The Pigeon Lake day use boat launch was damaged over the winter. Ice heaves from the lake lifted and displaced the cement pads of the boat launch. As a result, the north lane of the boat launch is closed. The south lane remains open - use at your own risk.

      The Pigeon Lake day use boat Launch has the following hazards: the cement pads are misaligned, uneven with some portions broken off.  There is exposed rebar and bolts connected to the cement pads.  

      The Pigeon Lake day use boat launch is Open however the dock has been removed for the season - Use At Your Own Risk. There is the potential for damage to boats if launched under the current conditions. Those launching their boats must assess for themselves the potential impact to their personal property from the identified hazards. Those launching their boats assume all risk and liability to their personal property. 

      Planning is underway to for a significant rebuild of both boat launches.

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