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Miquelon Lake Provincial Park, Alberta

Categories: Nature & Parks
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1.8/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
Miquelon Lake Provincial Park is a provincial park located in Alberta, Canada, about 65 kilometres southeast of the city of Edmonton. The park features several lakes, the largest of them being Miquelon Lake.
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  • We have a quick get away camping before winter. The staffs are helpful and nice. The campgrounds was 80% full. It was mostly families with kids. It was quite and peaceful. The skies were clear and we ...  read more »
  • The camp sites were stacked on top of each other. There was some type of clear cutting along the paved pathways that made the surroundings unappealing. Friday night was really noisy, kids screaming an...  read more »
  • Nice campsites. The lake is unswimable due to fecal matter. It is terrible. This is a provincial park - can the government not do anything to help the situation??? 
  • Not a great experience. Check in staff were lovely, the site was large and the bathrooms were well maintained and clean. However as some previous posters have said, the lake is disgusting. Full of seaweed and bugs, and there is a very strange smell. Definitely not swimmable in the slightest. My biggest problem with this place though was the complete lack of enforcement of the quiet hours. We were kept up by people partying until 2am, and then woken up at 6 by children riding bikes and screaming. I don't know what other's definition if privacy is, but in my opinion these campsites were WAY too close together. We were supposed to stay the weekend and ended up leaving on Saturday morning. Would not return.
  • Love this place. Have come back twice so far this summer. Love that the sites are super private and tree'd in. Great walking paths. Well maintained. Bathrooms were good too. Only thing that sucks is that the lake is not usable so there is no water activities and the store is closed. Yes there is another place to grab a couple things like candy and ice cream bars but it's just not the same. I would def recommend this place though, being 45 mins out from Edmonton its great to just get away from the city,
  • Good for short camping. Very private campsite. Was next to crying children all day and night but does not reflect campsite. Lake is very dirty and gross. Good service from the check in staff and firewood is very well priced.
  • Campsite itself is fine, there's a nice park and beach with a volleyball net. However you cannot swim in the lake as its contaminated. There was no prior notice by staff and no indication anywhere that the lake was closed other than when you reach the shore.. Would not come back here.
  • Not good activity for minors. Just visit today with my children and there was water lile a pool in childrens playing area.
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