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Pigeon Lake Provincial Park is an excellent place for people of all ages. There's golf, sailing, boating. swimming, and cross country skiiing. The Just 15 minutes away, the Village at Pigeon Lake is a convenient spot to find groceries, restaurants...more
Township Road 470 & Range Road 15A, Wetaskiwin, Alberta T0C 2C0, Canada
You may want to go a little earlier in the season if you enjoy water sports besides fishing as by mid August until the end of the season you need a super calm day to enjoy them as around the shallow waters the build up...More
Excellent and well maintained campground. Our spot had no services and that was fine for a weekend. We appreciated the space between each site. Refuse containers and water were close as were the outhouses. The showers were further away but awesome. Clean and free! The...More
I briefly visited family who hand rented the Yurt. These people came all the way from Winnipeg and were having a great time. The only thing disappointing to them is that they were not made aware of any places to go around the area. They...More
Hi just spent 2 nights at Pigeon Lake Campground. Site was nice. Only problem was,we were across from the flush toilets in section C and the sewer kept backing up and you could smell it. Did call someone on the Tuesday as toilet had overflowed...More
We just returned from 5 nights at Pigeon Lake Provincial Park and will definitely be back!! The showers were clean, and free! Flush toilet washrooms close to our site. Nice park for kids. Only thing we would do different next time is book one of...More
This one of our favorite places to visit, there is lots of walking and biking trails.
The only downfall is the concession has been closed for a few years, not sure why no catering company has jumped on the opportunity.
I was given a tour by an indigenous elder and learned so much about the area. It also has a great little shopping area with wonderful unique shops. A great part of Canadian history. But best seen with idigenous people to learn the true history...More