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Rock Lake - Solomon Creek Wildland Provincial Park

Information: 780-865-8395

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      Backcountry Camping
      Hiking - Backcountry
      Wildlife Viewing

      Cross Country Skiing

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

    • Access: Rock Lake–Solomon Creek Wildland Park surrounds Rock Lake Provincial Park, which serves as a major staging area for Willmore Wilderness Park, located just west of Rock Lake.
    • Camping: Random backcountry camping is permitted. There are no developed camping facilities. The nearest campground is at Rock Lake Provincial Park.
    • Hiking: The extensive network of trails includes abandoned resource roads, old pack trails, fur trade routes and prehistoric routes used by Aboriginal peoples. Most trails receive little or no maintenance. Most stream crossings aren't bridged.
    • Horseback riding: Equestrian staging facilities are located at Rock Lake Provincial Park.

    Hunting in Rock Lake - Solomon Creek Wildland Provincial Park

    See Rock Lake - Solomon Creek Wildland Fact Sheet

    More information: 780-960-8170 or 403-340-7691

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    Park Management

    ClassificationWildland Provincial Park
    LegislationProvincial Parks Act
    Park Size81,923.31 Acres  /  33,153.19 Ha
    Legal BoundaryRock Lake - Solomon Creek Wildland Provincial Park
    Administration / Information780-865-8395  
    Regional OfficeCentral Regional Office
    District Office Hinton
    Natural RegionRocky Mountain - Alpine and Sub-alpine
    Rocky Mountain - Montane
    Foothills - Upper Foothills 
    Natural Region Description

    Although located largely in the Rocky Mountain Natural Region, this park includes 26 square kilometres of the upper foothills sub-region of the Foothills Natural Region. The Solomon Creek area is part of one of the most diverse upper foothills habitat complexes in Alberta. Habitats range from dense coniferous forests through mixed and aspen woods to tall shrub communities, grassy slopes and wet meadows. It is one of three known locations for pygmy whitefish in Alberta. The park provides winter range for elk, deer and bighorn sheep. It's also home to moose, grizzly bears and black bears. Elevations range from 2385 metre (Boule Roche peak) to 1005 metres (where Solomon Creek leaves the park before entering Athabasca River).

    Land Use Framework RegionUpper Athabasca 

    Public Safety

    Updated: Jun 19, 2017