Exploring Alberta’s Provincial Parks: Eagle Point

About Eagle Point

Eagle Point Provincial Park is a medium sized provincial park located southwest of Edmonton near Drayton Valley. The park is long and runs along the banks of the North Saskatchewan River. The park was official created in 2007 which makes it one of Alberta’s newer Provincial Parks.

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Summer at Eagle Point

In the summertime, camping is popular at Eagle Point Provincial Park. Additionally there are geocaching, wildlife viewing, mountain biking and hiking opportunities throughout the park. The park is also home to the Brazeau Bowbenders Archery Range which offers archery opportunities to visitors. The range is operated by the Brazeau Bowbenders Archery Club and you do need to request permission to use the range. Their contact is: archery@epbrparkscouncil.org

The North Saskatchewan River is popular for fishing, canoeing, and kayaking.

Winter at Eagle Point

In the wintertime, snowshoeing and cross country skiing are popular at Eagle Point Provincial Park. The Pembina Nordic Ski Center offers cross country skiing trails along the western shores of the North Saskatchewan River. The Pembina Ski Club maintains over 20km of groomed trails which are accessible to the public. They also maintain a wood-heated chalet which can be used to warm up in the winter.

Camping at Eagle Point

There is one privately operated campground within Eagle Point Provincial Park.

CampgroundAmenitiesType of SiteAmount AvailableCost/Night
Willey West Campground
(April 29 – October 2)
Firepits, firewood, flush toilets, horseshoes, picnic shelters, playgrounds, power hookups, sewage dump, showers, water pumps, water taps, supply storePower (30 amp)88$44.00
Power/Water/Sewer (30 amp)7$54.00
Unserviced 2$30.00
This data is accurate as of 2023

Day Use at Eagle Point

There is one day use area within the park that provides visitors with river access. The day use area is accessible from the Pembina Nordic Ski Center.


Distances to Alberta Cities

Distance to Calgary: 297km

Distance to Edmonton: 147km

Distance to Red Deer: 176km

Distance to Lethbridge: 527km

Distance to Grande Prairie: 414km

Coordinates: 53°14’59.0″N 114°53’11.5″W

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