All Places in ‘Fishing Destinations’

  • Jackfish Lake Day Use Park

    Jackfish Lake is well known for the scenic environment that is conducive to many different water activities including swimming, fishing, water-skiing and much more. The beautiful water and pleasant beach environment is great for family picnics.  Bring your fishing rods and your family to spend a day in this quaint read more

  • Hasse Lake Recreation Area

    A quiet spot for camping, hiking the 3 km trail, having a picnic or doing some bird watching. This 300 acre day use area is operated by Parkland County, and is a popular stop for local residents. Parking and washrooms are available. Dogs are also welcome but must remain on read more

  • Hubbles Lake

    Uniquely developed on rolling hills with a “Country Garden” theme and accented with vintage farm machinery, tools and structures, Hubbles Lake RV Resort is a beautiful gated RV community. RV Sites range from completely shaded among towering trees to sunny lakefront Theme cottage rentals also available General Admission for beach and read more

  • Kokomoko Day Use Park

    Spend the day with family or take a solitary get-away with a blanket and a good book. The Kokomoko Recreation Area, which is owned by the County of Parkland, is located on the southern shore. Its facilities include 10 day use sites, picnic tables and a gravel boat launch.

  • Mink Lake

    Winter or summer, powered or unpowered, Mink Lake Resort is family oriented and pet friendly. Mink Lake is a lake located just 4.5 miles from Spring Lake, in Division 11, in the province of Alberta, Canada. Fishermen will find a variety of fish including perch and northern pike here.  

  • Muir Lake Day Use Park

    In the Glory Hills sits this peanut-shaped pond primed with Rainbow Trout. Muir Lake is an easily accessible quality stillwater located a short drive west of Alberta’s capital city, Edmonton.  Muir Lake is a shallow fertile lake.  In addition to water boatman and backswimmers Muir has healthy populations of leeches, read more

  • Pembina River Provincial Park

    Pembina River Provincial Park is a provincial park in central Alberta, Canada. It is located between the towns of Entwistle and Evansburg, a short distance from the Yellowhead Highway. The short 16A highway spur crosses the southern edge of the park, which is developed along the gorges of thePembina River. read more

  • Summer Village of Seba Beach

    Seba Beach is a summer village located 85 km west of Edmonton.  A large cabin-going community exists during the summer, although the village is populated year round. Local sites include Wabamun Lake, the village marina and pier, a public library, and several businesses including a restaurant,a general store, a miniature golf course, a read more

  • Wabamun Lake Provincial Park

    Water ski, windsurf or sail the day away….unless of course, you’re fishing. Wabamun Lake Provincial Park is a provincial park in Alberta, Canada. It is located on the north-eastern shore of Wabamun Lake, near the hamlet of Wabamun, bordering the Yellowhead Highway.