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Organizations: Tourism, Parks, and Recreation (1992,2008-2014) Publication Type: Fact Sheet Tags: provincial parks

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June 1, 2016

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Map of trails and other summer amenities in the Cooking Lake-Blackfoot Recreation area.


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November 1, 2014

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Provides information for campers at Prairie Creek Provincial Recreation Area, located located in the foothills roughly 40 kilometres southwest of Rocky Mountain House. Includes a map of the park and surrounding area, and contacts for more information such as reserving campsites and learning about...


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October 1, 2014

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Provides information for campers at Park Lake Provincial Park, located northwest of Lethbridge. Established in 1932, Park Lake is Alberta’s first provincial park. Park Lake is an irrigation reservoir and provides water for thousands of acres of farmland in southern Alberta. Along with surrounding...


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March 1, 2014

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Provides information for campers at the Chain Lakes Provincial Park, which is located 90 minutes southwest of Calgary on the east side of Chain Lakes Reservoir. Includes a map of the park and contacts for more information, such as reserving campsites and learning about any active fire bans.


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March 1, 2014

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Provides information for campers at Moose Lake Provincial Park and Franchere Bay Provincial Recreation Area. The parks are 240 kilometres northeast of Edmonton near Glendon and Bonnyville. Includes a map of the park and surrounding area, and sources of more information such as reserving campsites...


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February 1, 2013

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Dinosaur Provincial Park was established by the Government of Alberta on June 27, 1955. On October 26, 1979 the Park was declared a World Heritage Site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (U.N.E.S.C.O.). This fact sheet presents a quick facts on park...


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August 1, 2012

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Provides information about Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park, which is located 42 kilometres southeast of the town of Milk River. Writing-on-Stone is a sacred landscape that has a special spiritual significance to the Blackfoot people. The guide includes information on the history and environment...


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June 1, 2012

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Map of camp sites and amenities for Long Lake Provincial Park.


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October 1, 2011

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Northeast provincial parks are the perfect location for hands-on educational activities. Students will enjoy nature explorations that stimulate their curiosity and complement the Alberta Education Program of studies.


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September 1, 2011

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Provides information about Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park, which is located in a beautiful boreal forest along the eastern shore of Lesser Slave Lake. The lake is more than 100 kilometres in length and is the largest autoaccessible lake in Alberta. The guide includes information on park...