Exploring Alberta’s Provincial Parks: Calling Lake

About Calling Lake

Calling Lake Provincial Park is a medium sized provincial park located on the southern shore of Calling Lake about 55km north of Athabasca. It is about 7.4 square kilometers in size and primarily boreal forest.

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Summer at Calling Lake

In the summer, visitors to Calling Lake Provincial Park enjoy a variety of activities on the lake such as canoeing, kayaking, fishing, boating, sailing, water skiing, and wind surfing. There is also good bird watching opportunities along the swampy marshes at the edges of the lake. There is camping at Calling Lake Provincial Park

Winter at Calling Lake

There isn’t much for winter activities at Calling Lake Provincial Park

Camping at Calling Lake

There is one campground at Calling Lake Provincial Park open during the summertime.

CampgroundAmenitiesType of SiteAmount AvailableCost/Night
Calling Lake Campground
(May 20 – September 7)
Firepits, firewood (sold), pier, outhouses, playground, sewage dump, water taps, power hookupsPower (15/30 amp)81$36.00
This data is accurate as of 2023

Day Use at Calling Lake

There is one day use area at Calling Lake Provincial park with a boat launch, fish cleaning stations and outhouses. It is open between June 1 and October 14.


Distances to Alberta Cities

Distance to Calgary: 510km

Distance to Edmonton: 202km

Distance to Red Deer: 362km

Distance to Lethbridge: 694km

Distance to Grande Prairie: 502km

Coordinates: 55°10’54.0″N 113°14’56.8″W

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