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Provincial Parks

Nearly 500 sites in Alberta’s provincial parks protect sensitive habitats and wildlife. It’s all about keeping the wilderness wild, while letting humans experience it. Seeing it means appreciating it and ensuring it survives way beyond our own timelines. ● Heritage: Dinosaurs? Check. Ancient buffalo hunting grounds? Yep. A totally unique biosphere? Naturally. Alberta's got UNESCO World Heritage sites in its parks like crazy. ● Stay a while: Make a provincial park your new best friend with a sleepover under the stars or in a tent. Campground options abound in the parks. There are plenty of drive-in and first-come, first-served sites. 

Alberta Provincial Parks map
Lakeland Provincial Park Lac La Biche

Lakeland Provincial Park

Camping Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Camping in Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Milk river Writing-on-Stone provincial park in Southern Alberta

Long grass in Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park