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Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park

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Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park

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Lorraine wrote a review Aug. 2019
1 contribution1 helpful vote
Slave Lake beach is the best. The sand is clean and warm . The water is great, the fishing is wonderful. I absolutely love this beach. I love resting on the beach, eating chips and coffee while watching the waves roll in and out. I feel at peace with myself. 😎
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Michael H wrote a review Aug. 2019
Madeley, United Kingdom158 contributions66 helpful votes
This is a fantastic place as long as you have everything you need for the day with you. There are no real facilities to use or purchase from. Having said that the immense size of the lake and the cleanliness of Devonshire beach are things that shouldn’t be missed if you are in the area
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Terry K wrote a review Aug. 2019
Slave Lake, Canada18 contributions5 helpful votes
Slave Lake has been home for over 40 years. Huge lake with numerous boat launch location. Great fishing and year round activities.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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catf1967 wrote a review Jul. 2019
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Marten River campground in Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park is a great place to go camping, Clean, well treed and campsites are a decent distance apart for privacy. The beach there is really nice, especially if you camp with your fury friend. There is a stretch of beach that allows dogs on leash (good off leash if your dog loves the water), which you don' find too often any more. They actual have doggy bag dispensers to pick up after your dog and a specific bin to put in. Some have complained about debris on the beach, but the debris is driftwood, rocks and some patches of grass. The view actually reminds me of a coastal ocean view with large hills on the right and left and looking straight out all you see is water Beautiful as the sun is setting, The Ampitheatre seems pretty good. We walked past on a Saturday evening and the park staff were putting on a presentation on bears and cougars and the theatre full with young families. Highly recommend this campground.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Rachel P wrote a review Jul. 2019
Edmonton, Canada59 contributions30 helpful votes
We had a lovely weekend enjoying the beach at this provincial park. There is a bit of debris on the beach, but it just gives your kids stuff to build their sand castles with. There are pit toilets at most main parking areas. There’s a ramp and elevated picnic area if you turn right at the main road and go to Devonshire beach. There’s areas that allow and do not allow dogs.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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