Edmonton's first woman architect, Mary Louise Imrie, donated this land to the Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks, and Wildlife Foundation in 1988 with the condition that the land be used for public enjoyment. We currently offer 18 campsites serviced with electricity, a cook house, enclosed picnic shelter, a day-use area, a wildlife viewing blind overlooking neighboring Matchayaw (Devil's) Lake, and groomed trails for hikers and cross-country skiers.
- Common Fire pit area
- Firepit (Campsites)
- Firepit (Common)
- Firewood (Charge)
- Garbage Cans and Recycling Bins
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking Lot
- Pet Friendly
- Picnic Shelter
- Picnic Tables
- Powered Sites
- Tap Water
- Water Pump
- 30 Amp Hookup
- Powered RV sites
- RV (<20 feet)
- RV (<30 feet)
- RV (<40 feet)
- RV (<50 feet)
- Bird Watching Station
- Horseshoe Pits
- Offroad Trails
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Very welcoming hosts!
Great for RVs, not so much for car-campers.
July 5-8 2022
very nice park
Friendly professional service
Quiet and clean
Not the best campground but definitely not the worst
Stay Limit: for individual campers at campgrounds and recreation areas is 14 consecutive days; stay limit for group camping at campgrounds and recreation areas is 12 consecutive days including, only one weekend.
Quiet Hours: 10:00PM to 7:00AM.
Liquor: is allowed only within a registered site, camp kitchen, & common camp fire area. It is illegal under the Gaming and Liquor Act to be in possession of liquor in washrooms, roads, beaches/bird watch area, picnic areas, or other public areas.
Vehicles: are permitted on designated roads and parking areas only.
Off-Hwy Vehicles: are not permitted within the campgrounds or park.
Speed Limit: in campground the speed is 15 kph, unless otherwise posted. Please watch for children playing.
Pets: must be kept on a leash not more than 2 metres in length. Campers must clean-up after their pets. Make sure they keep barking down to a minimum.
Campfires: are permitted in designated receptacles only; they must be attended at all times. When a “Fire Ban” is in effect, NO FIRES ARE PERMITTED.
Firearms: may not be discharged in campground or recreation areas.
Fireworks: are not permitted in the park.
Double Campsite Occupancy: if there are 2 motorized vehicles associated with camping accommodation units on a site, both must purchase a camping permit; where the camping party has set up a tent in addition to their main accommodation unit, there is no extra charge.
Horses: are NOT permitted in the campground or park.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS BRIEF REGULATION SUMMARY IS NOT EXHAUSTIVE. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING REGULATIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM YOUR SUPERVISOR.
Group Bookings are subject to a 50% non-refundable Deposit
Individual Bookings receive a full refund if the booking is cancelled 14 days prior to arrival.