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Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park, Slave Lake

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4.3/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park is a provincial park and birdwatching area located in north-central Alberta, Canada.The park is located on the north-eastern shore of the Lesser Slave Lake (while Hilliard's Bay Provincial Park, Lesser Slave Lake Wildland and Grouard Trail Park Reserve stand on the north-western shore), 12 km north from the town of Slave Lake on Highway 88. Marten Mountain Viewpoint (983 metres) overlooks the lake.The Boreal Centre for Bird Conservation, an education and research centre, is located in the park. The centre is a transit place for more than 246 bird species (including 23 species of wood warblers).
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  • We visited the dog beach in Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park on a sunny, warm September day by descending the many sturdy wooden stairs from the parking area, and found we had the entire place to our...  read more »
  • The lake is beautiful, and because it is off the beaten path, you have it all for yourself! We really enjoyed strolling along the beach for hours. Crystal clear water, golden sand beach, wildlife... A...  read more »
  • Love. This park Sites are clean and fairly private.Each site has a fire pit and there is lots of wood.Lots of things to do near the park hiking,Martin Mountain Lookout,bird observatory and just 32 k f...  read more »
  • Beautiful spot, great beach, lake is beautiful, building to have gatherings if weather bad. Highly recommend
  • Good views and walking. The amenities are lacking. Lots of wild life to view but no mountains haha.
  • For people with powered Lake boats there is no launch, hand launch only. Lake is Sandy bottomed and temperate. Needs more outhouses but overall a fantastic place to camp and swim!!
  • Hidden gem. Lots of nice sites with power, not very busy. Great for birders
  • Driving from Edmonton, AB, it is too for tour due just so so. I drove to here with my wife on July 11, 2016.
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