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Encompassing more than 105,000 hectares, Castle Provincial Park and Castle Wildland Provincial Park in southwest Alberta contain landscapes of stunning mountains, rolling hills, montane forests and meadows.

Winter Recreation

Experience the incredible surroundings of Castle Provincial Park by snowshoeing, skiing, fat-biking, and camping. Sign up for a Guided Snowshoe Tour, or join one of our Winter Guided Programs starting in January - including Learn to Ice Fish, Starshoeing, and Winter Survival. You can book a Castle Winter Guide for a custom program at 403-627-1152 or email Swparks@gov.ab.ca.

Learn more about the variety of winter activities in Castle Provincial Park here.

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        Activities

          Geocaching
          Camping
          Canoeing/Kayaking
          Equestrian - Backcountry
          Fishing
          Hiking - Front Country
          Power Boating
          Swimming

          Cross Country Skiing
          Mt. Biking/Cycling
          Ice Fishing
          Snowshoeing
          Winter Camping

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

        • In winter, Beaver Mines Lake Campground is open for non-motorized day use but closed to motor vehicle access. Beaver Mines Lakeview Day Use is also only accessible by foot in the winter.  For access to Beaver Mines Lake through the campground or for Lakeview, please park in any of the available day use areas.
        • Road conditions in the park in winter are unpredictable; snow plowing is dependent on conditions. 
        • Castle Provincial Park and Castle Wildland Provincial Park Draft Management Plan Consultation (concluded April 2017)
        • Find information on hunting in Castle Provincial Park here.

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