The sun-sparkled water and endless white sand beaches of Lesser Slave Lake make this provincial park one of Alberta's best summer destinations. Just 2.5 hours north of Edmonton, the largest auto accessible lake in the province features resorts, campgrounds and marinas dotted along its shores. The town of Slave Lake anchors the southeast corner and has everything you need for your stay. Cycle, paddle, swim, fish and watch for wildlife. Hike up to Marten Mountain Viewpoint for a spectacular overlook of the lake. The Trans-Canada Trail runs the length of the lake shore and is used year round for hiking and cross-country skiing.
BE BEAR SMART. REMEMBER, WHEN YOU’RE EXPLORING LESSER SLAVE LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK, YOU ARE IN BEAR COUNTRY. BOTH BLACK AND GRIZZLY BEARS CAN BE FOUND IN THE PARK.
The entire north shore of the lake is protected, other reserves being Hilliard's Bay Provincial Park, Lesser Slave Lake Wildland and Grouard Trail Park Reserve.
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MAP OF THE MD
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Get to know the Lesser Slave River region and its many wonders. Download this simple graphic map showing key routes and destinations in Slave Lake and surrounding communities.

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Explore the Region's Provincial Parks & Wildlands

Chain Lakes Provincial Park

Chain Lakes Provincial Park is a provincial park located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains west of Nanton, Alberta, Canada. It was established along the Chain Lakes Reservoir. The Cowboy Trail runs along the eastern boundary of the park.

T: 780.675.8213
For more information, please visit the Alberta Parks website.


For more information about recreational activities in and around Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park, visit the Government of Alberta’s Tourism, Parks, and Recreation website by clicking here.

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