Discover pristine, glacier-fed lakes in brilliant shades of blue.
Cold Lake is part of the northeast city of the same name. Kinosoo Beach is a 3-block stretch of sand that attracts summer vacationers.
Lac La Biche
Visit Lac la Biche and you’ll understand why we call this area the Lakelands. This large lake will inspire you to kayak, boat, fish and more.
The town of Peace River straddles this 800 km (497 mi) stream. Sleep alongside it in a rustic cabin or an authentic Indigenous tipi.
You’d never guess this is a man-made reservoir. When it freezes in the winter, methane bubbles get trapped in the ice, making it a beautiful ice skating and photography destination.
Located in Elk Island National Park, Astotin Lake is a kayaker’s dream. Explore islands, bird watch and find beaver dams.
Stretching 28 km (17 mi) between Lac La Biche and Fort McMurray, Christina Lake features a family-friendly lakeside lodge and boat rentals.
Just a short drive west of Red Deer, Sylvan Lake is among Canada’s best lake destinations, with tons of room to relax, swim, paddle and play.