Crimson Lake Provincial Park

Events

  • Whoo’s Awake – Guided Snowshoe Walk

      FebFebruary  22, 2019
    • Enjoy a beautiful evening in Crimson Lake Provincial Park learning about the nocturnal animals that live here, and some of their interesting adaptations for a successful life in the dark.

      Snowshoes are available to borrow for anyone age 7+. Please come dressed for the weather. Feel free to bring a flashlight – red light is best!

      The program will run from 6:00PM – 7:15PM, followed by a campfire and hot chocolate.

      Pre-register by calling 403-845-8349.

      Please Note: Event may be cancelled or rescheduled if severe weather occurs.

    Where:  Crimson Lake Provincial Park Store – Follow signs
    When: 6:00 p.m. - 7:15 p.m.
    Fee:  Free
     
  • Snowy Saturdays at Crimson Lake PP

      FebFebruary  23, 2019
    • Take advantage of the snowy weather and head to Crimson Lake Provincial Park for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, fat biking, and skating this winter! We have a skating rink and freshly packed and groomed trails that are perfect your winter activities!

      While the park is open year-round 7am-11pm, Snowy Saturdays are a chance for you to learn to snowshoe with our rentals and guides, grab a coffee and chat with Alberta Parks staff, and warm up by the fire.

      Our store will be open between 11am and 3pm for firewood sales, snowshoe rentals, and food sales (hot dogs, drinks, snacks). Staff will be on site to answer any questions you might have and get you started with your snowshoes.

      Interested in making a weekend out of it? Join us for winter camping at a reduced rate of $20 per night. For more information on Crimson Lake Provincial Park and our winter activities, visit our campground page

    Where:  Crimson Lake PP
    When: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Fee:  Free
     
  • Snowy Saturdays at Crimson Lake PP

      MarMarch  02, 2019
    • Take advantage of the snowy weather and head to Crimson Lake Provincial Park for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, fat biking, and skating this winter! We have a skating rink and freshly packed and groomed trails that are perfect your winter activities!

      While the park is open year-round 7am-11pm, Snowy Saturdays are a chance for you to learn to snowshoe with our rentals and guides, grab a coffee and chat with Alberta Parks staff, and warm up by the fire.

      Our store will be open between 11am and 3pm for firewood sales, snowshoe rentals, and food sales (hot dogs, drinks, snacks). Staff will be on site to answer any questions you might have and get you started with your snowshoes.

      Interested in making a weekend out of it? Join us for winter camping at a reduced rate of $20 per night. For more information on Crimson Lake Provincial Park and our winter activities, visit our campground page

    Where:  Crimson Lake PP
    When: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Fee:  Free
     
  • Snowy Saturdays at Crimson Lake PP

      MarMarch  09, 2019
    • Take advantage of the snowy weather and head to Crimson Lake Provincial Park for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, fat biking, and skating this winter! We have a skating rink and freshly packed and groomed trails that are perfect your winter activities!

      While the park is open year-round 7am-11pm, Snowy Saturdays are a chance for you to learn to snowshoe with our rentals and guides, grab a coffee and chat with Alberta Parks staff, and warm up by the fire.

      Our store will be open between 11am and 3pm for firewood sales, snowshoe rentals, and food sales (hot dogs, drinks, snacks). Staff will be on site to answer any questions you might have and get you started with your snowshoes.

      Interested in making a weekend out of it? Join us for winter camping at a reduced rate of $20 per night. For more information on Crimson Lake Provincial Park and our winter activities, visit our campground page

    Where:  Crimson Lake PP
    When: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Fee:  Free
     
  • The March (Snowshoe) Hare's Mad Tea Party

      MarMarch  10, 2019
    • Have you ever wondered how animals find enough food in the winter without going MAD? Join a park interpreter on a guided snowshoe walk through Crimson Lake Provincial Park, and learn about some of the strategies the local animals have to combat hunger in the snowiest months of the year.

      The program will conclude with a tea, made from local edible plants. Hot chocolate will also be served. 

      Pre-register by calling 403-845-8349.

    Where:  Crimson Lake Day Use
    When: 10:00 AM
    Fee:  Free