Exploring Alberta’s Provincial Parks: Moose Lake

About Moose Lake

Moose Lake Provincial Park is a medium sized provincial park located about 15km west of Bonnyville, Alberta. The park takes up about 17 square kilometers on the northern shores of Moose Lake.

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Activities at Moose Lake

Moose Lake Provincial Park boasts a stunning landscape of boreal forest, and the lake, providing visitors with a wide range of outdoor activities to enjoy during the summer months. Moose Lake Provincial Park has a beautiful sandy beach that is perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and beach volleyball. The water of Moose Lake is refreshing on hot summer days, and there are plenty of shaded areas along the shore to relax after a swim. Fishing enthusiasts will appreciate the opportunity to fish the Moose lakes. Moose Lake Provincial Park also has boat launches available for visitors who want to explore the waterways by canoe, kayak, or motorboat.

The park has several hiking trails ranging from easy to challenging that lead through beautiful forests, wetlands, and along the lake shore. Cyclists and mountain bikers can also explore the park’s trails. Moose Lake Provincial Park has several picnic areas and camping opportunities for visitors to enjoy. The park’s campgrounds offer both serviced and unserviced sites, as well as a group camping area for those who want to get away from it all.

Moose Lake Provincial Park is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including moose, black bears, beavers, and bald eagles. Visitors can take guided wildlife tours, or venture out on their own to see these amazing creatures in their natural habitats.

In conclusion, Moose Lake Provincial Park offers a wide range of summer activities for visitors of all ages and interests. Whether you’re looking to swim, boat, hike, or simply relax and enjoy the beauty of nature – Moose Lake Provincial Park has something for everyone.at Moose Lake

Camping at Moose Lake

Moose Lake Provincial Park has a campground, and a group use area.

CampgroundAmenitiesType of SiteAmount AvailableCost/Night
Moose Lake Campground
(May 18 – September 5)
Boat launch, firepits, firewood (for sale), fish cleaning stations, pier, outhouses, playgrounds, power hookups, sewage dump, water tapsPower (15/30 amp)47$38.00
Unserviced Campsites12$30.00
Group Camping
Moose Lake Group Use
May 18 – September 5
Cook shelter, firepits, firewood (for sale), picnic shelter, outhouses, power hookups, water tapsPower (15/30 amp)12 units$240/5 units + $36/extra unit
This data is accurate as of 2023

Day Use at Moose Lake

The day use area at Moose Lake Provincial Park has a boat launch, firepits, firewood (for sale), picnic shelter, outhouses, and water pumps.


Distances to Alberta Cities

Distance to Calgary: 539km

Distance to Edmonton: 234km

Distance to Red Deer: 393km

Distance to Lethbridge: 629km

Distance to Grande Prairie: 637km

Coordinates: 54°16’21.9″N 110°55’08.9″W

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