Miquelon Lake Provincial Park

Miquelon Lake Provincial Park is a scenic park located in central Alberta, Canada, featuring a lake, wetlands, and a variety of recreational activities.

Park Miquelon Lake Provincial Park is a beautiful destination for outdoor activities and recreation in Alberta. Here are some of the things you can do at the park:

Hiking – There are over 15km of trails in Park Miquelon Lake Provincial Park. There are trails for all levels of hikers, from easy nature trails to more challenging hikes.

Camping – There are over 200 campsites available for campers in Park Miquelon Lake Provincial Park. Most sites have fire pits, picnic tables and bear-proof storage units.

Boating – Park Miquelon Lake is a great place to take out your boat. There are plenty of coves and islands to explore.

Fishing – Park Miquelon Lake is stocked with walleye, northern pike and perch. Anglers can also try their luck at fly fishing.

Wildlife Watching – Park Miquelon Lake Provincial Park is home to a variety of wildlife, including deer, beavers, muskrats, ducks, geese and many more.

Swimming – There is a beach at Park Miquelon Lake for a refreshing swim.

Birdwatching – Park Miquelon Lake is a great place to observe a variety of birds.

Canoeing – Canoes and kayaks can be rented from the park office.

Picnicking – There are several picnic areas located throughout the park.

Stargazing – Park Miquelon Lake is a great spot to observe the night sky.

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Facilities at Miquelon Lake Provincial Park

  • Camping: Group camping, electrical campsites, unserviced campsites, backcountry camping
  • Boating: Motor boating, canoeing, kayaking
  • Fishing: Trout, pike, whitefish
  • Swimming
  • Hiking: Nature trails, boardwalks
  • Picnicking
  • Interpretive programs
  • Bird watching
  • Wildlife viewing
  • Fire pits and firewood