|GRANDE PRAIRIE - CAMPING & FISHING There are many lakes and rivers located in the Grande Prairie area.|
RV DEALERS - Grande Prairie Area
O'Brien Provincial Park.... located 11km south of Grande Prairie on the banks of the Wapiti River. Equipped with picnic tables and toilets, with large park. No overnight camping. Summer hiking trails and cross country ski trails in the winter.
Grande Prairie Rotary Campground and Trailer Park - 59 sites, 21 stalls serviced, power, water, sewer, showers, located within the city limits. On the banks of Bear Creek on 108 Street, Grande Prairie. Open May to September. (780) 532-1137
Wee Links Campground - 23 sites, showers, power and water, within the City limits, south end of City at 100 Street and 68 Avenue, Grande Prairie. Par 3 golf and driving range. Open April to October. (780) 538-4501
Camp Tamarack RV Park - only a few kilometers south of Grande Prairie on Highway 40. 89 sites, 52 pull-thrus, Satellite/cable hookups, convenient store. (780) 532-9998
Stompede Campground - at Evergreen Park, a few km south of Grande Prairie on Resources Road. 80 sites, playground, showers, (780) 532-4568
Country Roads RV Park - a few km north-west of Grande Prairie nestled in the Bear Creek Valley. Open year-round. Fully serviced. 30 pull through and 35 back in sites. Open May to September. (780) 532-6323
Wilderness RV Park at Nitehawk, 16 km south of Grande Prairie along the banks of the Wapiti River. 35 sites in total, with 22 fully serviced, and13 just with power. Showers, bathrooms and laundry. (780) 532-6637.
Happy Trails RV Campground - located northwest of Grande Prairie, west of 4 mile corner on TWP 722. Open year-round. 40 full service sites. (expanding 110 more sites plus 18 cabins)
Bear Creek RV Park located 2.5 km west of 100 Street along 132 Ave. Next to golf course. 20 Full serviced sites, open year round. (780) 538-3393. For rules and entry form: GoldenWalleyeClassic.com
For rules and entry form: GoldenWalleyeClassic.com
ALBERTA HUNTING AND FISHING LICENSES
BRITISH COLUMBIA FISHING LICENSES
NORTH OF GRANDE PRAIRIE:
Sexsmith - Heritage Park Campground Located on the south entrance to Sexsmith. Full service. 13 paved parking sites, picnic tables, showers, sanitary dumping station, 9 hole mini golf course, trout fishing pond, and children's playground. Open May 1 to September 30. (780) 568-3681.
Rycroft - NARDAM Campground , west of Rycroft on Highway 49. 16 camp stalls, campstoves, playground. (780) 765-3687.
Spirit River - Chepi-sepe Municipal Park. Full hook-up stalls available. Located on the east end of town along Highway 49. (780) 864-3998.
Moonshine Lake Provincial Park - Located 27 km west and 7 km north of Spirit River, Alberta, on Highway 49 Some sites have electricity. Swimming, fishing. Only electric motors allowed. (780) 538-5350.
Dunvegan Provincial Park - Located 90 km north of Grande Prairie on Highway 2. Sixty-seven campsites some with power. See Historical buildings situatied along the Peace River. (780) 538-5350.
WEST OF GRANDE PRAIRIE:
Pipestone Creek Park- 17km south of Wembley. 96 unserviced spots on the banks of the Wapiti River. Horseshoes, ball diamond, playground, hiking, group camping, showers. (780) 766-2391.
Beaverlodge Pioneer Campground - located in Beaverlodge. 19 sites. Tourist booth. Open May 15 to September 30. (780) 354-2201.
Hommy Park - 5 km southwest of Beaverlodge on Highway 43. 22 sites, tap water, horseshoe pits, baseball diamonds.
Hythe Campground - Located on west side of Hythe. 24 sites, water, electricity, showers, flush toilets, sani-dump. (780) 356-3888.
Spring Lake - West of Grande Prairie and 30 minutes north of Hythe. Very remote. Only electric motors allowed. 44 stalls. 20 day use sites, beach and swim area, hiking trails around the lake, 2 horseshoe pits. No services. (780) 356-2498.
Demmitt Park - Located near the BC border on Highway 43. 20 unserviced sites. Open May 1 to mid October. (
EAST OF GRANDE PRAIRIE:
Old Bezanson Townsite Campground - 10km southeast of Highway 43, is a day use area plus 20 campsites with no services. (780) 538-3544.
Swan Lake Recreation Area - 72 km east of Grande Prairie, this campground is very rustic with no services and only a handful of designated camping sites. (others park in the bush) Better known for its fishing than camping.
Young's Point and Williamson Provincial Parks at Sturgeon Lake - Located 17 km west of Valleyview. Over 100 sites to choose from. (780) 538-5350.
Cosy Cove Campground - 62 sites, located 23 km west of Valleyview on Highway 34. Group camping, automotive and boat fuel available, resident and non-resident fishing licences available, tack and bait. (780) 957-2400.
Valleyview - Sherk's RV Park. 1 km west of Valleyview. Full hookup to all stalls, 42 back-in and 14 pull-through sites, 24 hr security, laundry facilities, showers, playground. (780) 524-4949.
Valleyview - Sands Wilderness situated along Highway 43. Water and Electricity, showers, laundry. 49 campsites. (780) 844-1560.
SOUTH OF GRANDE PRAIRIE:
There are a lot of opportunities to fish in the Peace Country. The most common fish caught in the Peace Country Lakes are Northern Pike, Walleye and also Trout.
Cutbank River. 100 km south of Grande Prairie. Northern Pike to 10lbs, and Walleye to 5lbs. Bull Trout to 8lbs, Rockies to 3lbs and Grayling to 1lb.
Kakwa River. Access road to Kakwa Falls from the Two Lakes road southwest of Grande Prairie. Rainbows to 3lbs and Bull Trout to 5lbs. Rockies to 1.5lbs and Grayling to 1lb.
Lesser Slave Lake. Northeast of Grande Prairie on the High Prairie Highway 750, North of Grouard. Northern Pike to 25lbs and Walleye to 12lbs. Perch to 2lbs and Whitefish to 5lbs. Some Grayling to 2lbs. It is Alberta’s largest lake.
Spring Lake. West of Grande Prairie. Located 26km north of Hythe. Rainbows to 8lbs.
Sturgeon Lake. East of Grande Prairie on Highway 34. 19km east of Valleyview. Pike to 30lbs and Walleye to 5lbs. Perch to 2lbs and Whitefish to 4lbs.
Two Lakes. 128km south and west of Grande Prairie. North Lake catch Rainbow and Brookies while the South Lake catch Rainbows. Stocked annually.
Wapiti River. Only a few miles south of Grande Prairie. The river starts in British Columbia about 56km west of the border, with many accesses. Pike to 15lbs and Walleye and Bull Trout to 10lbs. Rockies to 3lbs, Grayling to 2lbs.
Special Note: 60% of all boating deaths are related to alcohol.
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