Blue-green algae bloom advisory issued by Alberta Health Services for Floatingstone Lake (August 13, 2019)
Located 4 km west & 8 km north of Ashmont in a naturally wooded area abutting the south shore. The park is maintained and groomed in the most meticulous fashion to ensure its natural beauty.
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– 46 electrical sites
– 4 non-powered sites
– tenting area
– dumping station
– and sewage disposal
– day use area, swimming, fishing, beaches, boat launch, playgrounds.
– firewood for sale
– group use area
– non power shower facilities
– large gazebo on beach to rent
– 24hr park attendant
Historical Information This is the only water tank that was constructed in Alberta that is still standing.
Over 300 km of trails and parks will take you down this historic route through the heart of northeast Alberta—through parkland, boreal forest, wetlands and sand dunes. Venture on to the trail by horse, ATV, snowmobile, wagon, bicycle or for a breathtaking hike in Alberta!
Mallaig Provincial Recreation Area – Information
Jun 1 – Sep 3. 2021
Shelter – Cook
Fish Cleaning Stations
WaterNo potable water is available. You must bring your own drinking water. The water provided onsite should NOT be used for drinking, cooking or washing (including brushing teeth and washing dishes). It can only be used for purposes like putting out a campfire.
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Whitney Lake Campground is located in Whitney Lakes Provincial Park, 1km south of Elk Point on Hwy. 41, 26km east on Hwy. 646 to access road. With a natural sand beach, campers and day users enjoy summer days boating, paddling, fishing, and birding. More than 145 birds and waterfowl have been observed here. Enjoy hiking more than 30km of trails that link the lakes throughout Whitney Lakes Provincial Park.