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Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park

Slave Lake, Alberta, Canada
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Last week we went camping at Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park. Our original plan was to head out... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Edmonton, Canada
via mobile
Beautiful place

Clean campground with big stalls and big beautiful sandy beach! Lots of rocks in the water but... read more

Reviewed 10 July 2017
Alberta, Canada
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Last week we went camping at Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park. Our original plan was to head out to Vancouver Island; we sure are glad we stayed in Alberta! The lake is beautiful and the facilities for camping are excellent. The beach is rocky and...More

Thank SamuraiFerret
Reviewed 10 July 2017 via mobile

Clean campground with big stalls and big beautiful sandy beach! Lots of rocks in the water but very clean. Sandy in the water as well with no weeds. Saw lots of ppl fishing while waist high in the water and catching pickerel constantly. One boy...More

1  Thank kim364
Reviewed 26 March 2017

We have camped for 20 plus years at Slave Lake. I totally disagree with the statement that there is usually always wind on this lake. We have stayed for a month at a time for 5 years in a row and we could go out...More

Reviewed 28 September 2016

We visited the dog beach in Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park on a sunny, warm September day by descending the many sturdy wooden stairs from the parking area, and found we had the entire place to ourselves! The lake water was clear and the sand...More

Thank Liane G
Reviewed 13 September 2016

Love. This park Sites are clean and fairly private.Each site has a fire pit and there is lots of wood.Lots of things to do near the park hiking,Martin Mountain Lookout,bird observatory and just 32 k from Slave Lake.Cant think of any place I would rather...More

Thank TheNomad39
Reviewed 13 September 2016

The campground is clean, has power in loops A & B. Clean washrooms and showers. The beach is sandy and clean, and rugged. Highly recommended

Thank gailcanada
Reviewed 15 August 2016

Park offers a range of activities from hiking (cross-country skiing in the winter), camping, beach activities, & fishing. Seems like a hidden gem in Alberta. We were there over a gorgeous weekend in August, and despite perfect weather the beach & hiking paths were near-empty....More

Thank Christina L
Reviewed 12 August 2016

My family and I went out to kayak for the week and everything we looked at showed how wonderful the area is. It is beautiful out there for sure, but we were given limited paddling time on the water. When we arrived at Marten Beach,...More

2  Thank Elyshia K
Reviewed 25 July 2016

Stayed here in July for 3 nights. The sites are well treed and private. My kids loved the beach and the swimming. The sand is endless and the water is clear. The swimming is perfect for kids because the water at the beach gets deep...More

2  Thank ee_cc99
Reviewed 4 July 2016

What a beautiful park. Well maintained but kept as natural as possible. Easy access. If you go out on a boat though you must be careful as it is shallow and the winds can create huge waves quickly.

Thank emandernie
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11 August 2017|
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Response from SamuraiFerret | Reviewed this property |
Not sure; there might be trails further from the campground but the immediate area didn't have any signs of motorized vehicles.