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Stony Mountain Wildland Provincial Park

Information: 780-743-7437
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    Activities

      Backcountry Camping
      Hiking - Backcountry
      OHV Riding (Off-site)
      OHV Riding On-site
      Wildlife Viewing

      Snowmobiling (Off-site)
      Snowmobiling On-site

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

    • Access: Travel south of Fort McMurray on Hwy. 63 for 53km, and east on forestry road for 10km where a dead end can be used as a staging area. The remaining trail into the park is approximately 8 km, accessible by OHV/snowmobile. For fly-in access and landing aircraft in the park requires authorization from Alberta Parks.
    • Camping: Random backcountry camping is permitted. There are no developed camping facilities in the park.
    • OHV Riding: OHV use is permitted on existing trails only. Off-trail use is prohibited.

    Hunting in Stony Mountain Wildland Provincial Park

    OHV use on existing trails only - off-trail use prohibited

    More information: 780-623-5235

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    *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 Size34,529.28 Acres  /  13,974 Ha
    Legal BoundaryStony Mountain Wildland Provincial Park
    Administration / Information780-743-7437 
    Regional OfficeNortheast Regional Office
    District Office Fort McMurray
    Natural RegionBoreal Forest - Lower Boreal Highlands 
    Natural Region Description

    Stony Mountain Wildland Park preserves excellent examples of patterned and non-patterned fens. The park includes part of the range of a small caribou herd. Six provincially rare plants have been identified in the vicinity of Maqua Lake, which is located just a few kilometres north of the park.

    Land Use Framework RegionLower Athabasca 

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    Updated: Jun 19, 2017