Canoeing/Kayaking

Gregoire Lake Provincial Park Camping

Phone: (780) 334-2111

Business Description

Open May to October. 140 sites, tap water, public telephones, coin operated showers, electrical hookups, group camping, fish cleaning stands, beach, store and firewood concession. Location: 19 kilometres south and 10 kilometres east off Highway 63 on Highway 881.

Maqua Lake Provincial Recreation Area

Phone: (780) 334-2111

Business Description

Open May to September. Located 40 kilometres south of Fort McMurray. Access from Highway 881. Walk in day use only. No facilities provided. Group camping is available with reservations.

Engstrom Lake

Phone: (780) 743-7437

Business Description

Day Use Only. Floating boat dock on site, power vessels maximum engine power of 7.5 hp. Located 80 kilometres south of Fort McMurray.

Winefred Lake - fish & relax

Winefred Lake Lodge is situated on a quiet, sandy bay along the southeast shore of Winefred Lake. Just a 5-hour drive from Edmonton, Winefred Lake is famous for its trophy-sized walleye & northern pike, its sandy beaches and spectacular sunsets. In this unique northern wilderness you will experience excellent fishing, up to 20 hours of daylight and unparalleled family adventure. View and photograph wildlife in its natural habitat, stroll our beaches, enjoy our clean, crisp northern air and come to appreciate both the ruggedness and tranquility of Alberta’s north.

Canoe & Kayak

Whether you’re a novice in a canoe or an experienced whitewater paddler, the rivers of Fort McMurray are a great place to spend a warm summer day.