Sibbald Lake Provincial Recreation Area

Alberta Parks

Sibbald Lake Day Use

Season: Year-round
A Kananaskis Conservation Pass is required to park your vehicle in Kananaskis and the Bow Valley.



    Water is available from a hand pump at this site. Although Alberta Parks strives to maintain water quality, we recommend that you bring your own drinking water.

Maps & Guides

  • McLean, Sibbald & Bragg Creek Map (Geo Referenced) Map, Kananaskis Country, McLean PRA, Sibbald Lake PRA, Bragg Creek PP map, Campground: McLean Creek, Sibbald Lake, Day Use: McLean Staging Area, McLean Pond, Sibbald Lake, Bragg Creek Trails: McLean Creek Interpretive, -- 8560 False
  • Sibbald Area Summer Trails Pamphlet with Map Map, Kananaskis, Dawson PRA, Jumpingpound Creel PRA, Lusk Creek PRA, Pine Grove PRA, Sibbald Lake PRA, Sibbald Viewpoint PRA, Baldy Pass Trail, Cox Hill Ridge Trail, Deer Ridge Trail, Eagle Hill Trail, Jumpingpound Loop Trail, Jumpingpound Ridge Trail, Jumpingpound Summit Trail, Lusk Pass Trail, Ole Buck Loop Trail, Moose Creek Interpretive Trail, Pine Woods Interpretive Trail, Sibbald Flat Interpretive Trail, Sibbald Reforestation Interpretive Trail, Tom Snow Trail, Kananaskis Country, Map -- 8560 False
  • Campground Map Sibbald-Lake-PRA-map Park: Sibbald Lake PRA, Trail Map, Kananaskis Country Trails: Sibbald Flat Interpretive Trail Map -- 8560 False
  • Regulations
Updated: Jun 1, 2023