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Seasonal water shutdown and dump station closure

  • The water system and dump station at Chain Lakes Provincial Park has been shut down and all lines winterized.
  • Campers should bring their own water and firewood. 
  • Camping is available in Loop B all year.  Loops A & C are closed October 16 to April 30.

Chain Lakes Provincial Park is located in a region that is often extremely dry. For this reason, only communal fire pits are provided in the park's campground. Communal fire pits may be used only during appropriate weather conditions (firewood is supplied at no extra cost).

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        Summer Activities

          Geocaching
          Beach
          Birding
          Camping
          Canoeing/Kayaking
          Fishing
          Group Use
          Horseshoes
          Power Boating
          Sailing
          Wildlife Viewing
          Wind Surfing

        Winter Activities

          Ice Fishing

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

        • Power Boating: There is a 12 km/h speed limit. NO TOWING is allowed. Water skiing, tubing and wake boarding are prohibited.
        • Fishing: Chain Lakes has rainbow trout. If you catch an "at risk" bull trout, you must release it in good condition.
        • Ice Safety: Check Canadian Red Cross & My Wild Alberta for safety tips.
        • Wildlife Viewing: Enjoy scenic views of the Livingstone Mountain Range from shore. Many wildlife species, including pelicans & moose, are found here.
        • Concession: Taste of Country Cookhouse offers home-cooked meals - fries, burgers and ice cream. Open 
          • July & August: Mon/Tues/Wed 11 am-3 pm; Thurs/Fri  11 am-8 pm; Sunday 11 am-7 pm
          • September: Mon/Tues/Wed Closed; Thurs/Fri  11 am-8 pm; Sunday 11 am-7 pm
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