Points of Interest
Regional sights, sounds, tastes and activities.
Add some colour to your camping with these great destinations
Explore an ever-growing inventory of the destinations and businesses that must be experienced during a summer stay in Lesser Slave River. You'll be hard-pressed to pack them all into one trip...but you can try!
Featured Local Destinations
Part of a 1500-year-old sand dune complex, Devonshire Beach is a unique environment in the province, and an important habitat for several rare plants and animal species.
Wildfire Legacy Park
Officially opened in 2016, the Canyon Creek Wildfire Legacy Park is a tribute to the region's bravery, resiliency, and hope in the wake of the devastating May 2011 wildfires.
Easily the most breathtaking bird's-eye-view of the region. This day-use area is equipped with picnic tables and benches, allowing you to enjoy a meal or just admire the view.
Sip a fresh morning brew
Start your day with a steaming cup of coffee and a chat with fellow campers at the campground store.
Sensational Summers Come Standard
Equilibrates with the gases dissolved
Bird's eye view of the main campground and harbour
Boat launch, harbour and the lake
Nearby playground overlooking the lake
Abundant green spaces to relax and play
An ever-popular spot with the kids
Plenty of strategically-located picnic areas