Southern Alberta Parks Flood Recovery
Southern Alberta is home to some of the world's most majestic provincial parks, attracting millions of visitors every year. When the Alberta floods hit in June, 2013, our
parks were directly hit, leading to a quick response, heroic measures, and the safe evacuation of visitors and staff from all the affected areas. Once the floodwaters had
receded, Parks staff had an unprecedented outpouring of support from the community, people looking for ways to help the parks recover, and volunteering hundreds of hours of
work on the ground in cleanup and rebuilding. Work continues on further flood recovery, remediation, and mitigation in directly affected areas, including: Kananaskis Provincial
Park, Fish Creek Provincial Park, Wyndham Carseland Provincial Park, and Oldman River Provincial Recreation Area.
These pages will be your resource for the ongoing flood recovery work in Southern Alberta’s Parks system.
Find updates for your favourite campgrounds, trails, picnic sites, and roads, as well as information on how to get involved in one of the
important volunteer projects in the parks.
Projects forecast to be completed in:
Last reviewed/revised: July 22, 2014