Alberta Parks


Programs and Services

AlbertaParks.ca

Find a Park: Search for your perfect outdoor recreation adventure using our facilities, and activities search tools.

Camping Information: Everything you need to know about where and when to camp in Alberta's provincial parks and recreation areas.

Feedback: Provide feedback to help us improve services and parks.

Reserve a Campsite: Plan your trip and beat the rush. Reserve your site ahead of time.

Public Safety: Fire bans, avalanche activity, trail reports and site closure information.

Hunting: Hunting in wildland parks and natural areas, as well as management hunts.

Managing Alberta's Parks

Learn more about the parks and protected areas network, its scientific framework, and how it's managed.

Alberta Conservation Information Management System (Formerly ANHIC): Biodiversity information for making conservation, natural resource management and development decisions.

Land Reference Manual: Provides downloadable provincial base maps showing all parks & protected areas, individual site boundary maps and legal descriptions.

Disposition Application Process: Provides information about the approval process for industrial, recreational and other types of activities.

Public Consultation

Opportunities for your input on a variety of park projects.

Volunteering & Working in Parks

Volunteering: Contribute your time and talents to the preservation and public enjoyment of Alberta's natural beauty.

Employment: Work in some of the most most spectacular landscapes in the province.

Facility Operations & Service Contracts: Learn about current operational contract opportunities.

Other Park Websites

Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park: Where pines touch prairie skies.

Dinosaur Provincial Park: A world heritage site in the heart of the Canadian Badlands.

Fish Creek Provincial Park: One of Canada's only urban provincial parks.

Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park: Alberta's newest provincial park.

Kananaskis Country: Towering mountains, pristine lakes, evergreen valleys, and glacial streams are the backdrop to your outdoor adventure.

William A. Switzer Provincial Park: Experience Canada's beautiful Rocky Mountains in an uncrowded setting.

Park and Wildlife Ventures

Fosters the growth of private land conservation initiatives in Alberta.

News

Spotlight

Last reviewed/revised: September 24, 2013