All Places in ‘Fishing Destinations’

  • East Pit Lake

    This 312 acre site is located directly north of Wabamun. East Pit Lake is a day-use and recreation area with great hiking trails and a well established rainbow trout fishery!

  • Lunker’s Fishing Adventures

    Lunker’s Fishing Adventures offers the best of the best river and lake fishing around Edmonton, Alberta. We are a full time fishing guide service to accommodate any of your needs. Anglers from all over come here to fish for lake Sturgeon, trophy Walleye, Jackfish, Goldeye, and many more species that Read more [...]

  • Big Lake

    Located NW of Edmonton bordered by Parkland County and Sturgeon County, this is a great spot for some day trips! Big Lake can be found in the Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park

  • Isle Lake

    Isle Lake is a medium-sized lake in central Alberta. It is located about 80 km west of the city of Edmonton. The lake is fed by the Sturgeon River which eventually flows into the North Saskatchewan River. There are lots of activities to do here including hiking and geocaching!

  • 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 [...]

  • Chickakoo Lake Recreation Area

    Chickakoo Lake Recreation Area is a beautiful scenic park located North of Stony Plain.  Bring the family to enjoy a fishing trip, spend a few hours canoeing, mountain biking, or hiking through the park.  Bring along a camera or binoculars to enjoy the diverse wildlife that live at Chickakoo. This 480-acre park 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.