Winagami Lake Provincial Park

Information: May long weekend to Sept. long weekend 780-751-2598; Off Season 780-849-7100
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Seasonal Service Change - Seasonal water shutdownSeasonal Service Change - Season dates & available services may vary

Winagami Lake Provincial Park is 20 km north of High Prairie on Hwy. 749, 10 km west on Hwy. 679 and 7 km north on an access road. There are good boating opportunities, and the option to fish from the breakwater. Swim or relax on the sandy beach. If you enjoy birding, this is a good place to find many species of waterfowl, shorebirds and songbirds.

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Day Use

    Camping

      Group Use

           

        Activities

          Geocaching
          Beach
          Birding
          Camping
          Canoeing/Kayaking
          Fishing
          Group Use
          Horseshoes
          Power Boating
          Sailing
          Volleyball
          Water Skiing
          Wind Surfing

          Ice Fishing

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

        • Be Bear Smart: Download pamphlet PDF.
        • Beach: The sand beach at the day use area is located away from the water.
        • Birding: Winagami Lake and nearby Kimiwan Lake are excellent bird watching areas, especially during spring and fall migrations. More than 200 bird species (both nesting and migratory) have been observed here. There are nesting colonies of grebes, sandpipers, gulls and ducks. Predatory species include merlin and northern goshawk. Bald eagles visit the lakes in the fall. The park's viewing platform is equipped with a spotting scope.
        • Fishing: Try shoreline angling for northern pike and walleye.
        • Hiking: Window on the Lake Trail (1 km)
        • Wading Pool: The wading pool is located in the day use area. A playground is located here, as well as another one in the campground.
        • Winter Activities: Cross-country skiing, ice fishing & snowshoeing
        • Weddings: Please check Booking Your Wedding in Slave Lake District Provincial Parks.

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