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Sylvan Lake Provincial Park, Sylvan Lake
(3.9/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
Sylvan Lake Provincial Park is a provincial park in central Alberta, Canada.It is located immediately north from the town of Sylvan Lake, in the western shore of Sylvan Lake. The summer village of Half Moon Bay is located within the park.It was designated as a provincial park on January 16, 1980, and has a protected area of 0.7kmĀ².
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TripAdvisor
  • Walk along the lakeside and see families, paddle boarders, seniors and an unhurried collection of people enjoying some autumn sunshine. A reminder that we all want to grab that last perfect day of goo...  more »
  • We moved here in 2009 wished we would have moved here sooner. Very friendly clean environment. Walking the promenade along the lake on a stellar summer evening is wonderful! Sunsets are amazing! Easy ...  more »
  • Yes, this lake is busy! But what would you expect for a lake that is in the middle of the province, and between two big cities in Alberta? Bathrooms / change rooms are in great condition and clean. Th...  more »
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  • I don't see what the attraction is It's always super crowded, and there isn't really that much of a beach. I also heard that they will start charging for parking - as if it wasn't hard enough to find a spot, now we have to pay for it? No thanks. This park's only saving grace was that at one point, it was dog friendly, but that is no longer the case. I much prefer Gull Lake, as there a considerable amount more beach, it's not nearly as crowded, and parking is free!
  • Lake view is good but don't go there in winters. Till october it is good but from Nov to feb even washrooms r closed...
  • It's nice. But like any park, has lots of bees. It's free to use it. Just bring your own propane for cooking.
  • Crowded. Parking full but nice view of the lake and picnic spot
  • It's a cute town with great people.. even the tourists are nice :-)