Camping at West Canal – Brazeau Reservoir Provincial Rec Area in Alberta is a recreation destination. There are total 18 campsites. You can go to the site and enjoy Camping, Birding, Canoeing, Fishing, Riding, Wildlife Viewing, Sailing, Boating, Wind Surfing and Water Skiing opportunities.
Amenities: Picnic Area, Boat Launch, Pump Water, Cook Shelters, Fish Cleaning Stations, Firepits, Firewood Sold, Interpretive Programs, Pit/Vault Toilets, Power.
Site Description: West Canal – Brazeau Reservoir Provincial Rec Area has a fine nature trail driving to lookouts with various interpretive signs that elucidate the local wildlife and vegetation. Brazeau Reservoir is fantastic for power boating, canoeing, kayaking and fishing. You should be careful when power boating because there are some shallow spots and floating ruins can be a real risk here. The reservoir is man created for hydroelectricity and is approx 10 km length with the dam on the northeast end.
Driving Direction: Brazeau Reservoir west Canal Campground is located approx 236 km southwest of Edmonton and 6 km east of the main Brazeau Reservoir Campground and 60 km southwest of Drayton Valley along Sec. Hwy. 620