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        Backcountry Camping
        Hiking - Backcountry
        OHV Riding On-site
        Wildlife Viewing

        Snowmobiling On-site

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

      Kakwa Wildland is a remote, rugged park containing over 650 square kms of forested valleys, creeks, lakes and mountains. The park is home to a diversity of plants, birds and mammals including grizzly bears and woodland caribou.  Alberta’s tallest waterfall is also located in the park - Kakwa Falls which is 30 metres high.  

      Kakwa Wildland Provincial Park is part of the Kakwa-Willmore Interprovincial Park that also includes Willmore Wilderness and B.C.’s Kakwa Provincial Park.

      Hunting in Kakwa Wildland Provincial Park

      OHV riding permitted on the trail to Kakwa Falls day use area; trails from Two Lakes/Lick Creek suitable for OHVs and 4WDs only. OHV use restricted to designated trails only; see Kakwa Wildland Fact Sheet

      More information: 780-538-5350

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