Camping at Whitney Lake – Whitney Lakes Provincial Park in Alberta is a recreation destination. There are 80 Un-serviced and 60 Power campsites. You can go to the site and enjoy Beach, Birding,Camping, Canoeing/Kayaking, Cross Country Skiing, Fishing, Group Use, Hiking – Front Country, Ice Fishing, Mt. Biking/Cycling, Power Boating, Sailing, Swimming, Volleyball, Water Skiing, Wildlife Viewing and Wind Surfing opportunities.
Amenities: Boat Launch, Cook Shelters, Firepits, Firewood Sold, Fish Cleaning Stations, Flush Toilets, Horseshoe Pitch, Pay Phone, Picnic Shelter, Pier, Pit/Vault Toilets, Playground, Power, Sewage Disposal, Showers, Water – Pump, Water – Tap, Wheelchair Accessible.
Site Description: Natural sand beach on Whitney Lake for use by day users and campers; there are also 3 beaches in Ross Lake campground. Birding 148 species of birds and waterfowl have been observed in this park. Cross-country skiing 29 km non-groomed trails. Fishing northern pike and perch in Whitney Lake northern pike, perch and walleye in Laurier Lake northern pike and perch in Ross Lake refer to the Alberta Guide to Sportfishing Regulations for seasons and catch limits. Hiking an extensive trail system links Ross, Whitney, Laurier and Borden lakes and provides easy access to a variety of landscapes and habitats. Wildlife viewing wetlands and forests of pine, white spruce, aspen, birch and willow are home to deer, moose, beaver, black bear, red squirrel and flying squirrel.
Driving Direction: Whitney Lakes Provincial Park is a provincial park located in Alberta, Canada. It is located in the southeastern part of St. Paul County No. 19.