Camping at Emerson Lakes – Sundance Provincial Park in Alberta is a recreation destination. There are total 15 campsites. You can go to the site and enjoy Camping, Boating, OHV Riding On-site, Hiking, Wildlife Viewing and Fishing opportunities. Amenities: Firepits, Firewood Available, Pit/Vault Toilets, Water – Pump.
Site Description: This park has two distinct, The first surrounding the five Emerson lakes and bordering the Athabasca River, has camping, fishing, and a number of small trails circling the lakes. The second section, much larger, protects a series ofhoodoos carved into the sandstone cliffs of the foothill valley, surrounding Sundance Creek and Sundance Lake. The “Wild Sculpture Trail” is located in this section of the park. The two parks have a total surface of 37 km², and an additional 42 km² “Special Management Zone” buffer surrounds the two areas.
Driving Direction: Sundance Provincial Park is a provincial park located in western Alberta, Canada, 100km east of Jasper National Park. The park is accessed via Emerson Creek Road, running north of Edson and Hinton, rhoughly parallel to theYellowhead Highway.56 km NE of Hinton on Emerson Creek Road.