Exploring Alberta’s Provincial Parks: Crow Lake

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About Crow Lake

Crow Lake Provincial Park is located about 120km south of Fort McMurray on Highway 63. The park is fairly small with an area of just 7.7km2. The park’s primary focus is ecological conservation.

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Summer at Crow Lake

In the summertime, visitors can camp, canoe, kayak and bird watch at Crow Lake Provincial Park. It is one of the parks further from the major cities making stargazing a good option as well. Fishing is allowed on the lake, however motor boats are not.

Winter at Crow Lake

There isn’t really much for winter activities at Crow Lake Provincial Park.

Camping at Crow Lake

Crow Lake has a small campground in the summertime. Visitors will need to bring their own locally sourced firewood.

CampgroundAmenitiesType of SiteAmount AvailableCost/Night
Crow Lake Campground
(May 20 – September 6)
Firepits, hand launch, outhousesUnserviced Campsites30$22.00
This data is accurate as of 2023

Day Use at Crow Lake

Crow Lake doesn’t have any designated day use areas.


Distances to Alberta Cities

Distance to Calgary: 614km

Distance to Edmonton: 308km

Distance to Red Deer: 467km

Distance to Lethbridge: 818km

Distance to Grande Prairie: 621km

Coordinates: 55°48’07.8″N 112°09’22.9″W

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