Lesser Slave Lake, Alberta

Lesser Slave Lake is located in Big Lake Country, approximately 23 km east of High Prairie, Alberta along Highway 2 or 380kms north of Edmonton, Alberta. Lesser Slave Lake borders the eastern part of what is known as the Peace Country and features a number of campgrounds on the northwest side of the lake, as well many on the south side and even more on the east and northeast side of the lake.


Hilliard's Bay Pier - more info

Hilliard's Bay Campground - more info

Hilliard's Bay MAP - more info

Fishing Spots - more info
In 1792, Alexander Mackenzie was one of the first fur traders and explorers to document his visit to the region around Lesser Slave Lake in northern Alberta. The Cree had named the huge body of water "Slave Lake" which meant "stranger" referring to those who occupied the area before the Cree. The lake would later become known as Lesser Slave Lake.


Wildlife at Hilliard's Bay - more info

Hilliard's Bay Showers - more info


Fishermen & Pier - more info

Filleting Your Catch - more info




HILLIARD'S BAY, ALBERTA
- northwest side of Lesser Slave Lake

Hilliard's Bay Provincial Park features 174 campsites with 139 that are electrical sites. Open May until October. From High Prairie take Highway 2 east to Enilda, then Secondary Highway 750 to Grouard and from there follow the signs 13km, to get to the park. Campsites are all well treed. Sandy beach located not far from the boat launch. Also features a fully serviced fish cleaning stand, showers, washrooms, RV dumping station and free boat launch with parking for boat trailers. 780-751-2598.








MAP OF LESSER SLAVE LAKE: Shows the depth of each area and highways, communities in area ENLARGE MAP

LESSER SLAVE LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK, ALBERTA - East side of Lesser Slave Lake.
To get to Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park travel approximately 10 km north of the the Town of Slave Lake on Highway 88. This park was established in 1966 and was named for its proximity to the lake. The park covers an area of approximately 7600 hectares. Martin River campground at Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park features 113 campsites, 73 with electrical hookups. Park is open May to October. Fee for reservations. There are 16 day-use units, firewood, hot showers, playground, sandy beaches, swimming, water-skiing, fishing. Group camping is available at Martin River as well as Lily Creek Group Use Area. More information 780-849-2111, or off season call 780-849-7100.





South Shore Beach - more info


Sail Boat on the South Shore - more info

All Kinds of Watercraft - more info


Sunsets from South Shore - more info



MORE CAMPSITES on the south side of Lesser Slave Lake.

NORM'S WALLEYE CAMP AND RV PARK: 2 km north of Slave Lake. 40 sites, power stalls and full hook-ups, showers, boat rentals, pier, firepits, firewood. (780) 849-5204.

BIG FISH BAY RV RESORT: Located near Slave Lake. 100 campsites, 100 with power, 45 water/sewer. Shelter, firepits, firewood. (780) 849-2020. Big Fish Bay RV Resort WEBSITE

SAK ATA WAHK RV PARK & CAMPGROUND: 3 km north of Slave Lake. 50 campsites, 25 with power, RV dumping station, firepits, firewood, (780) 849-6558. Sak Ata Wahk RV Park WEBSITE

THE POINT CAMPGROUND & MARINA: Located 5 minutes from Slave Lake. 41 full service camping stalls. Beach, showers, flush toilets, playground, snack store, boat launch, boat rentals, RV dumping station. (780) 849-9799.

BLIZE RV PARK: 4km west and 9 km north of Kinuso. 75 seasonal RV lease lots. All have power and sewer. Close to beach and has playground (780) 775-2187.

SPRUCE POINT PARK: 9 km north of Kinuso. 203 camping stalls with only 30 with power. Group camping, firepits, firewood, RV dumping station, showers, flush toilets, playground, beach, boat launch, marina, boat rentals, convenience store. (780) 775-2117. Spruce Point Park WEBSITE

STRAWBERRY FIELDS CAMPGROUND: 11 km east of Kinuso. 25 camping stalls, no services, firepits, firewood. (780) 775-2275.

BAY SHORE RESORT: Located near Faust. Has 90 camping stalls with 75 of them having power, water and sewer. RV dumping station, showers, flush toilets, playground, bird watching, boat launch and dock, paddle boat rentals. Store, gas station, laundromat, and restaurants nearby. (780) 355-2530.

HILL & HOLLOW CAMPSITE: Located 4 km east of Faust. 80 camping stalls, 54 with electrical hook-ups. Showers, flush toilets, boat launch. (780) 355-2225.

HARBOUR VIEW CAMP & CAFE: Located across from the harbour in Faust. 40 camping stalls with 9 having power, water and sewer. Showers, flush toilets, boat launch, groceries, RV dumping station. (780) 355-2727.

CATTAIL CABINS & RV PARK INC: Located 2 km west of Joussard. 40 fully serviced RV sites plus a group RV area and 8 log cabins. Showers, flush toilets, beach, playground. (780) 776-2227. WEBSITE

LAKESHORE CAMPGROUND: Located near Joussard. 23 camping stalls. 23 with power and of those 13 have full services. RV dumping station, showers, flush toilets, beach, playground, boat launch. (780) 776-2267.



MORE CAMPSITES on the north side of Lesser Slave Lake.

SHAWS POINT LAKESIDE RESORT: (photo above of marina) Located on the northwest side of Lesser Slave Lake just before Hilliard's Bay Provincial Park you will find Shaws Point Lakeside Resort. It is 25 km northeast of High Prairie. Features 600 plus campsites with 200 power sites. Lots of overflow area. 2 inland marinas, convenience store, showers and laundry, mini golf, boat rentals, restaurant, RV sewage dump, hiking trails, bird watching, playgrounds and a very large beach. (780) 751-3900. WEBSITE





The Golden Walleye Classic (Fishing Derby) has been a popular event each fall at Lesser Slave Lake. There is a maximum of 100 boats that can enter and prizes can reach up to $200,000. Many enjoy nature at its best with birdwatching, hiking and fishing.

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Lesser Slave Lake is known for its miles of sandy beaches as well as its good fishing. Walleye to 8 lbs, Jackfish to 15 lbs, Whitefish to 4 lbs, and Grayling to 1.5 lbs. The lake is 108 km long, yet you will find many boats huddled together. Many experienced fishermen use their fish/depth finders to locate the drop-off points where the Walleye gather. You must follow the Alberta Guide to Sportsfishing Regulations no matter what age you are. You should get acquanted with the regulations and have the proper fishing licences as Park Wardens regularly check for proper licences and limits of catch.


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