George Lake Campground, Alberta
George Lake is located in northern Alberta approximately 4.5 km south of Hines Creek Alberta, on Highway 64 or approximately 19 km north northwest of Fairview, Alberta. Most of the campsites at George Lake Campground are near the water which gives a view of the water and the georgous sunsets.

George Lake Sign - more info

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George Lake Campsites - more info
George Lake Campground is a small campground that offers over night camping in the 30 plus campsites with power. You can enjoy boating on the lake, hiking, ballgames, and the George Lake Music Festival that takes place each summer. There are no fish in this lake.

Canoe on Pier - more info

Showers at George Lake - more info

Stage at George Lake - more info

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George Lake was originally known as Many Islands Lake. The first settlement of Hines Creek, Alberta was situated south of this area and when the railroad missed the area to the north, like many communities, Hines Creek moved north to its current location. George Lake was the site of the Dumont Brothers Trading Post and the lake was named after George Olstad one of the pioneers of the area. A tribute sign is situated in the park.

Canfor and the Forest Resource Improvement Association of Alberta have made contributions for the maintenance and enhancement of this Recreation Area at George Lake, Alberta.

Looking north at George Lake, one can see how close the lake is to Hines Creek with the elevator visible above the trees.

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Photo of a Hawk Soaring above the Lake VIEW PHOTO

George Lake Musical Festival takes place here each year as amateur bands from Northern Alberta and Northern BC perform old time country music. (rock, country and gospel genres in the past) Hundreds of music fans gather here and many camp overnight. The Music Festival includes a breakfast and all you can eat Corn on the Cob on the Sunday. Kids can enjoy many activities throughout the day. There are wagon rides and horseshoe tournaments. (The Festival is always held on the long weekend in September, on Saturday and Sunday). Between 400 and 500 people usually attend this event.

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