Carson Pegasus Provincial Park

Located just 20 kilometres from Whitecourt, the picturesque Carson Pegasus Provincial Park provides the perfect setting for a variety of summer activities. Escape to this natural oasis, a scenic hour and a half drive from Edmonton.

Mixed-wood forests of aspen, balsam fir, balsam poplar, and white spruce provide the backdrop for your outdoor adventure - whether it be hiking the trails, fishing for rainbow trout in the waters of McLeod Lake, or viewing the variety of wildlife and bird species. Explore McLeod Lake via motor boats, rowboat, canoe, paddleboat, or kayak that are available for rent at the Park.

Park amenities include:

  • 181 private campsites to accommodate RV or tent campers (41 powered sites)
  • 80 reservation sites
  • group camping, perfect for family reunions and large gatherings
  • toilet and shower facilities
  • a wide variety of hiking and nature trails
  • boat launch and seawall fishing
  • playground

For more information on Carson-Pegasus Provincial Park visit the website or call 780-778-2664 to reserve your site today.

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Fort Assiniboine Sandhills Wildlands Provincial Park

Fort Assiniboine Sandhills Wildland Provincial Park is an outdoor enthusiast's paradise. Nestled along the north shores of the Athabasca River, the province's longest river (spanning 66 square kilometres), it provides a range of adventures to make for an unforgettable wilderness experience.

A bird watcher's delight, enjoy the sights and sounds of great grey owls, cooper's hawks, pileated woodpeckers, and sandhill cranes - and the wildlife experience doesn't stop there. Mule and white-tailed deer, moose, beavers, mink, muskrats, and river otters also call the area home.

This is also a fisherman's haven - with rainbow trout, arctic grayling, northern pike, walleye, and mountain whitefish available for the picking in the great waters of the Athabasca River.

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For more information

Carson Pegasus Provincial Park: Call 780-778-2664

Fort Assiniboine Sandhills Wildlands Provincial Park: Call 780-960-8170