Camping at Youngs Point Provincial Park in Alberta is a recreation destination. You can go to the site and enjoy Beach, Birding, Camping, Canoeing/Kayaking, Cross Country Skiing, Fishing, Group Use, Hiking – Front Country, Horseshoes, Ice Fishing, Power Boating, Sailing, Snowmobiling (Off-site), Snowshoeing, Swimming, Water Skiing, Wildlife Viewing and Wind Surfing opportunities.
Amenities: Boat Launch, Firepits, Firewood Available, Fish Cleaning Stations, Flush Toilets, Horseshoe Pitch, Life Jacket Loaner Station, Pay Phone, Picnic Shelter, Pier, Pit/Vault Toilets, Playground, Power, Sewage Disposal, Showers, Warmup Shelter, Water – Tap.
Site Description: Facilities and services provided and activities permitted may vary within a park. Please check the details on the specific campground, day use area, group use area or trail to confirm what is available and/or permitted. Beach located in day use area. Birding viewing platform located at the beaver pond. Cross country skiing 20 km groomed trails. Hiking 20 km of trails. Snowmobiling access to lake only snowmobiling is not permitted elsewhere in the park snowmobile staging is permitted from the boat launch parking lot.
Driving direction: Young’s Point Provincial Park is a provincial park located in north western Alberta, Canada It is located on the north shore of Sturgeon Lake, 23 km west of Valleyview, a short distance from Highway 43.
Address: Calais, AB T0H 0P0, Canada