Pembina River Provincial Park, Entwistle
Categories: Nature & Parks
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 the Pembina River. The gorges cut in sandstone reach 62m in height, and were formed during the glaciation.ActivitiesBirding and camping are the most common activities in the park. Water related sports like fishing, canoeing and tubing are also popular.Put Pembina River Provincial Park on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Entwistle vacation route planner.
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Now that it is off season camping is at its best. Very few campers in the campground. The nice fall leaves and much quieter during the day and night. The water was turned off as of Sept 14th for the s... read more »
Our family along with another family (kids ages 4.5 years to 17 years) went tubing down the Pembina River yesterday and I can't believe we waited so many years to do this because it was amazing! We br... read more »
Our family went tubing down the Pembina River on Wednesday and it was fabulous! The weather was perfect and the river was at a really good height. There was six of us in all in our group (3 adults, 3 ... read more »
The park rangers there need to get a reality check and loosen up. Even when my family and I weren't doing anything wrong they would give us crap for no reason and threaten us that they would kick us out even when we were being quiet and the people around us were being loud. We have been stalked by the Rangers , seen them creeping in brushes Watching us, etc . It's seriously not acceptable. We get they have there jobs there for a reason but some of them take certain things waaay to seriously. It ruins out experience there everytime .
Nice campground and close to edmonton. It's a little noisy with the train and people coming and going. The conservation officers drive by often to keep an eye on things. The washroom was clean and has showers for a dollar for a few mins which was great after floating in the river. If you go for a float bring your own tube and paddles, the rental company is very aggressive and unprofessional.
Fun place to have BBQ and go rafting. Can pan for gold and great place for exploring. Not gonna give it five star because needs a rental shop or maybe a better park for kids
Fun place Weng their Today carefull in The River though 😊
So beautiful but bring water shoes to save your feet. Well worth the trip.
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