Lethbridge, Alberta : Park Lake Provincial Park
Canada travel tourism guide
(swimming, picnicking, playground, boating, canoeing, fishing, sailing, hiking, water skiing, camping)
The park surrounds a man made lake which was originally an irrigation reservoir constructed in 1929. On the shores of the lake is a full service paid campground and a well developed day use picnic and activity area.
The highlight of this Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada park is the public sandy beach and the many water sport activities enjoyed in the park.
The day use area includes group picnic sites and individual picnic areas with picnic tables. Some of the services available in the Park Lake Provincial Park include a boat launch, canoe launch, picnic shelters, sandy beach, pit toilets, sani dump, laundry services, playground and a concession stand (summer hours only).
The Park Lake Provincial Park was established in 1932 and is a popular destination for activities like swimming, picnicking, boating, canoeing, fishing, sailing, hiking, water skiing and camping.
Fishing includes whitefish, trout, pike, burbot, walleye, and perch. Must have a fishing license to fish in Alberta.
How to Get to the Park Lake
Travel to the community of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. From Highway #3 (Crowsnest Trail) travel 18 kilometres north on Highway #25 to a well marked access road leading into the park.