About Little Bow
Little Bow Provincial Park is a small provincial park located on the western banks of the Travers Reservoir in Southern Alberta. It takes up about 1.1km2 of land. The Travers Reservoir was built in 1954 on the Little Bow river to store water for irrigation of surrounding farmland.
Summer at Little Bow
Little Bow Provincial Park is a popular camping and day use spot in the summertime. The park and its activities are very much built around the Travers Reservoir. Those activities include: swimming, canoeing, kayaking, wind surfing, water skiing, power boating, fishing, and sailing. There are fishing boats and paddle boards available for rent at the lake.
Winter at Little Bow
In the wintertime, the Provincial Park does experience less people however there is still ice fishing opportunities in the wintertime. Accessing the park in the winter is on foot only.
Camping at Little Bow
Little Bow Provincial Park has one larger prairie campground that offers both unserviced campsites as well as power sites. The campground is open between April 28 and October 9.
|Type of Site||Amount Available||Cost/Night|
|Power (15/30 amp)||86||$31.00|
|Group Use (powered)||40||$410.00 (10 units) + $31/unit extra|
Day Use at Little Bow
Little Bow has one day use area that accessible year round, but only by foot in the winter. There are campfires and wood sales in the day use area.
Distances to Alberta Cities
Distance to Calgary: 170km
Distance to Edmonton: 457km
Distance to Red Deer: 307km
Distance to Lethbridge: 95km
Distance to Grande Prairie: 881km
Coordinates: 50°13’49.0″N 112°55’35.9″W