Fidler-Greywillow Wildland Provincial Park

Fidler-Greywillow Wildland Provincial Park

Information: 780-743-7437
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Camping

       

    Activities

      Backcountry Camping
      Beach
      Canoeing/Kayaking
      Fishing
      Power Boating
      Wildlife Viewing

      Snowmobiling (Off-site)
      Snowmobiling On-site

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

    • Access: Access to Fidler-Greywillow in summer is by floatplane from Fort McMurray. Visitors can also fly to Fort Chipewyan and hire a boat to go into the park. (There is no summer road access to Fort Chipewyan from Fort McMurray. The park is approximately 45 km north of Fort Chipewyan.) Contact Fort McMurray Tourism for more information (1-800-565-3947 or 780-791-4336).

    Hunting in Fidler-Greywillow Wildland Provincial Park

    More information: 780-623-5235

    Learn about hunting in Alberta's parks system

    Purchase your Hunting License

    *To be connected toll-free in Alberta, dial 310-0000 followed by the 10-digit phone number.

    Park Management

    ClassificationWildland Provincial Park
    LegislationProvincial Parks Act
    Park Size16,112.46 Acres  /  6,520.63 Ha
    Legal BoundaryFidler-Greywillow Wildland Provincial Park
    Administration / Information780-743-7437 
    Regional OfficeNortheast Regional Office
    District Office Fort McMurray
    Natural RegionCanadian Shield - Kazan Uplands
    Boreal Forest - Athabasca Plain 
    Natural Region Description

    This park includes a portion of the north shore of Lake Athabasca, as well as a number of islands. The north shore segment includes sandstone outcrops, sandy beaches and stranded beach ridges. Jack pine and lichen communities, active blowout dunes and outcrops of Athabasca sandstone typify the north shore. Bustard Island, located near the western end of the lake, with its scenic storm beaches and driftwood, is the largest sand island in Alberta.

    Land Use Framework RegionLower Athabasca 

    Public Safety

    Updated: Jun 19, 2017