Long Lake Provincial Park

Alberta Parks

Advisories

COVID-19 Updates: Taking steps to return to normal.

  • Construction Closure - Long Lake Provincial Park

    Effective:  September 21, 2022

      Please note the North Boat Launch (in the day use) will be closed for construction starting September 26th.  Please use the South Boat Launch (in the campground) during this closure.  Thank you.

  • Closure - Long Lake Provincial Park (1)

    Effective:  September 21, 2022

      Group Campground A will be closed for bookings for the remainder of the 2022 camping season.

  • Long Lake Provincial Park (2)

    Effective:  September 21, 2022

      Water will no longer be available in the campground after September 21st. 

      Campers will have access to water at the dump station. 

      Showers will still be operational.

      Thank you for your understanding.

  • Blue-Green Algae - Long Lake PP

    Effective:  August 26, 2022

      A blue-green algae bloom has been issued for Long Lake. 

    General precautions
    • Avoid all contact with blue green algae blooms. If contact occurs, wash with tap water ASAP.
    • Do not swim or wade in any areas where blue-green algae is visable.
    • Do not allow your pets to swim or wade in these areas or to eat fish or fish trimmings from the lake.
    • Consider limiting human consumption of fish from the lake.

    For detailed information, go to Alberta Health Services Blue Green Algae Health Advisories. Please refer to the specific advisory for this lake.

    Blue-green algae bloom advisories are issued and rescinded by Alberta Health Services. Typically, advisories are lifted in late autumn, when water temperatures are so cool that blue green algae growth is no longer supported.

  • Long Lake Provincial Park Access

    Effective:  May 12, 2022

      • Please Note: Highway 831 from Newbrook intersection (highway 661) to Boyle is being repaired from now until September 21, 2022.
      • Long Lake Provincial Park visitors may experience delays along this stretch of the highway.
      • Check Alberta 511 for live updates.

  • Long Lake Day Use Area Capacity Limit

    Effective:  May 6, 2022

      • Capacity limits are being implemented for safety of users, parking and ease of traffic control for the day use area.
      • Check for signs upon entry that state if the day-use area is at capacity.
      • More Albertans are enjoying our provincial parks, and we may have to turn people away.
      • Thank you for your compliance and we apologize for any inconvenience.

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