Saskatoon Island Provincial Park

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Saskatoon Island Provincial Park is an island of forests and wetlands in a sea of farmland. Located just 15 minutes west of Grande Prairie, the park’s mosaic of forests, wetlands, shrub lands and native prairie provides habitat for an amazing variety of plants and animals. It is one of Alberta’s first provincial parks, dating back to 1932, and has been a federal migratory bird sanctuary since 1948.The park is just over 100 hectares in size and is home to large numbers of grassland, forest and lakeside birds, including the trumpeter swan.The park is situated on an isthmus between two lakes - Saskatoon Lake and Little Lake.

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Day Use

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        Activities

          Geocaching
          Baseball
          Birding
          Camping
          Canoeing/Kayaking
          Environmental Education
          Group Use
          Horseshoes
          Interpretive Program
          Volleyball
          Wildlife Viewing


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

        • Be Bear Smart: Download pamphlet PDF.
        • Birding: This park is home to large numbers of grassland, forest & shore birds. Rare trumpeter swans can be observed from a viewing platform on Little Lake. 
        • Lake: The lake is not suitable for swimming due to low water levels and thick vegetation.  It's a great place to watch waterfowls though so bring your binoculars.
        • Trails: There are approximately 4 km of wheelchair-accessible trails.
        • Wildlife Viewing: Species include snowshoe hares, weasels, woodchucks, muskrats, beavers, deer and coyotes.
        • Winter activities: Info
        • Weddings: Please check Booking Your Wedding in Grande Prairie District Provincial Parks.

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