Queen Elizabeth Provincial Park

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Seasonal Service Change - Seasonal shutdown changes to water and other services

Queen Elizabeth Provincial Park is found along the shores of Lac Cardinal, 3 km north and 5 km west of Grimshaw off Hwy. 35. The boat launch is a popular access to the lake for boating, tubing and sailing, and the beach is a great place to enjoy the summer sun. Take a hike or go mountain biking along the shore and through the shady boreal forest trails. Lac Cardinal's shallow waters cannot support a fish population, but its abundant vegetation is ideal habitat for waterfowl, making for great birdwatching. Over 140 species of birds and other wildlife that have been recorded in the park.

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Day Use

    Camping

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        Activities

          Geocaching
          Beach
          Camping
          Canoeing/Kayaking
          Group Use
          Hiking - Front Country
          Horseshoes
          Power Boating
          Sailing
          Swimming
          Trail Running
          Volleyball
          Water Skiing
          Wind Surfing

          Cross Country Skiing
          Snowshoeing

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

        • Be Bear Smart: Download pamphlet PDF.
        • Birding: 141 species have been recorded here. The park is equipped with a bird viewing platform.
        • Cross-country skiing: 4.5 km ungroomed trails
        • Power boating: There is a 12 km/h speed limit in posted areas. Given low water levels, exercise caution when launching motorized boats to prevent damage to trailers, vehicles and other equipment.
        • Weddings: Please check Booking Your Wedding in Peace River District Provincial Parks.

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