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Area Parks & Campgrounds

Thunder Lake Provincial Park
(780) 674-4051 or (780) 674-6454
Located 18 km west of the Town of Barrhead and offers full services (water and power hook-ups) and the following:

127 Campsites with lots of trees for privacy • Shower Facilities • Store and Beach concession • Swimming • Boat Launch • Activities • Farmers Market • Fishing • Hiking and Bicycle Trails • Bird Watching • Fish Cleaning Stations • Water Sports • Mooring • Group Camping • Sandy Beaches • Playgrounds • Cross Country Ski Trails • Winter Camping • Boating • Firewood • Ice Fishing



Clear Lake

(780) 674-5307
Located 32 km northwest of the Town of Barrhead on Highway 18 and Highway 763, offers the following:

74 Campsites with lots of trees for privacy • Group Camping • 2 Boat Launches • Fishing • Boating • Swimming, including summer lessons • Firewood • Fish Cleaning Station • Sandy Beach • Playgrounds • Sheltered Picnic Sites • Ice Fishing • Bird Watching • Water Sports • Outdoor Men's and Ladies Privies • Water (Pumped)



Lac La Nonne / Elks Beach

(780) 967-5029
Located 14 km South of the Town of Barrhead on Highway 33 and east on Highway 651, and offers full services (power and water hookups), and the following:

Showers • Sheltered Picnic Sites • Playground • Boat Launch • Boat Rentals • Flush Toilets • Swimming • Fish Cleaning Station • Fishing • Hiking and Bicycle Trails • Concession • Bird Watching • Water Sports • Day use area for Picnics • Sewage Disposal



Barrhead Golf and Recreation Area

(780) 674-3053  http://www.golfbarrhead.com/
Located 4 km West of the Town of Barrhead, this area offers un-serviced stalls and the following:

Treed Camping Sites • Restaurant • Golf • Driving Range • ProShop • Outdoor Privies • Scenic Areas • Walking Trails • Lots of fun!

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Batt Traps Golf and Recreation Area

(780) 584-2344
Located 26 km North of the Town of Barrhead on Highway 33, and offers some serviced stalls, along with a large group area , and the following:

 

Camping • Powered and Non Powered Sites  Group Sites • Quad Trails • Catered Meals • Hall Rentals • Outdoor Privies • Scenic Areas • Lots of Privacy

Quadding

 



B.U.M.P. Off Road Motorsports Park (BUMP)

(780) 318-BUMP (2867) 
Located 20 km South East of the Town of Barrhead South on Range Road 14 from Highway 651, this area offers everything for the off-road enthusiast. Motocross tracks and trails, camping and enjoying wildlife. All skill levels of rider are welcomed. 

BUMP Track


Boneyard OCR Compound - Peanut Lake (Obstacle Course Racing)

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The Boneyard OCR Compound has been designed for obstacle racing and as such, trails are wide enough for multiple racers. Elevation changes are fully incorporated and featur obstacles to challenge multiple fitness levels with a single event. The Boneyard Compound is over 160 acres and contains 6km, 12km, 18km and 24km courses.

OCR Boneyard

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Peanut Lake (Self Registration)

(780) 674-3331
Located 14 km southeast of Barrhead on Highway 33 & Highway 654

18 random Well-treed Camping Sites • Water well • Boat Launch (for Smaller Boats) • Excellent Lake for Canoeing • Outdoor Men's and Ladies Privies • Fishing • Scenic Walking • Bird Watching • Day Use Areas for Picnics • Fish Cleaning Station

Peanut Lake



Holmes Crossing Recreation Area (Self Registration)
(780) 674-3331
Located 6 km south of Fort Assiniboine on Highway 33

15 Treed Camping Sites • Directly Adjacent to Holmes Crossing Ecological Reserve (Historical area) •  Walking trails to Natural Water Springs • Sheltered Picnic Sites • Central Cooking Shelter with Stove • Outdoor Privies



Dolberg Lake Campground (Self Registration)
(780) 674-3331
Located 45 km northwest of Barrhead on Highway 18 & Highway 655

12 Treed Camping Sites • Water Well • Fishing • Fish Cleaning Station • Boat Launch • Dock • Outdoor Privies • Walking Trails • Very Secluded • Nice Lake for Canoeing



Klondike Ferry Park (Self Registration)
(780) 674-3331
Located 8 km West of Vega along Highway 661

10 Camping sites • One of the last operating Ferries in Alberta • Outdoor Privies • Water Well • Group area • Klondyke Ferry, crossing the scenic Athabasca River into the Provincial Sandhills park, with many hiking and bicycling trails • Sheltered Cooking Site • A Scenic Walk or Drive through this preserved natural and historic area