Rocky Mountain House, Central Alberta Region
( fishing, canoeing, camping, birdwatching, swimming, hiking )
Twin Lakes is a popular recreation destination in the community of Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, Canada. There is a a small rustic wilderness campground, day use areas and a hiking trail at Twin Lakes.
The hiking trail is a gravel trail with some sections of baordwalk. The trail leads to a fishing pier, boat launch, a small sandy beach and to a point on the lake with great views of the surrounding wilderess. Along the trail are sightseeing benches. shore fishing and a wooden pier.
This Rocky Mountain House trail network also extends outside the park and connects to other parks including the Crimson Lake Provincial Park and it connects to the community of Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, Canada.
Twin Lakes is best known as a fishing destination. The lakes are stocked with Northern Pike, Rainbow Trout, White Sucker and Yellow Perch.
There are good opportunities for shore fishing at Twin Lakes with many access points. A fishing permit is required to fish in Alberta. Boat' s speed is limited to 15 kilometres.
How to Get to Twin Lakes:
Travel to Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, Canada. From downtown Rocky Mountain House on main street (52 Avenue) travel northwest for 16 kilometres on on Highway 11. Turn north on secondary highway 756 and continue for approximately 2 kilometres to the lake entrance.