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Living On Lake Time​​​​

Golf​​​​​​

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M.D. Parks​​​​​

Water Wonders

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Provincial & Private Campgrounds​​

Museums​​​​​

25 Seasonal Campgrounds​​

26 Reel Them In​​​​​

28 Outdoor Adventure Awaits

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52 Fabulous Food & Drink​​​

58 Plentiful Planes​​​​

60 Birds of the Boreal​​​​

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Area Map​​​​​

A Night on the Town​​​​

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Watersport Rentals​​​​

Art Galleries, Displays & Studios​​

41 Off-Road Rentals​​​​

42 Touring The Region​​​​

44 Have Some Fun Indoors or Out​​

65 Cold Lake​​​​​

68 Bonnyville

71 Events​​​​​​

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#TakeItToTheLake | Bonnyville & Cold Lake


Cold Lake Provincial Park

Those are words we live by during the summer in the Bonnyville /Cold Lake region. When you #TakeItToTheLake, your worries fall away, life slows down, and the sun is the only thing you need to tell time.

Live your lake life here – two days, two weeks or two months. We have the water. Choose your moments. All that’s missing is you.

Relax. Breathe. Listen.


M.D. OF BONNYVILLE PARKS

Chicken Hill Lake CHICKEN HILL LAKE M.D. PARK – Twenty-six non-power campsites, outhouses, hand pump for non-potable water, day use area, new beach area, volleyball nets, playground, and firewood for sale. Rates: $25/Unit/Night non-power. Online reservations open March 2, book at www.campreservations.ca. Phone reservations open April 1. Calls will be taken between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. until the campground officially opens on May 8, when extended hours will be maintained. Open May 8 to September 13. Caretakers on site. Recreational lake south of Highway 28 (at Glendon intersection) on Secondary Highway 882 (Range Road 484) for 6.4 km, east on Township Road 594 for 3.3 km and then south on Rge. Rd. 482 for one km. From St. Paul go north on Hwy. 881 and east on Twp. Rd. 594 for 28.9 km. 780.573.8941

Cold Lake COLD LAKE M.D. PARK – Seventy-one sites with power. Tenting and overflow camping areas. Picnic area, playground, beach volleyball, soccer, coin showers and laundry, lookout platform, firepits, sani-dump station, dry firewood for sale, beach and swimming area, power hookups and flush toilets. Rates: $30/ Unit/Night with power, $20/Tent/Night. Online reservations open March 2, book at www.campreservations.ca. Phone reservations open April 1. Calls will be taken between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. until the campground officially opens on May 8, when extended hours will be maintained. Open May 8 to September 13. Caretakers on site. Located at 2301-1st Ave. in Cold Lake North, west of Kinosoo Beach. 780.639.4121

Cold Lake M.D. Park

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Shoreline fun at Crane Lake

Crane Lake CRANE LAKE EAST M.D. PARK – Twenty-six non-power campsites. Firepits, dry firewood for sale, hand pump for non-potable water, boat launch and dock, fish cleaning stand, beach, playground and swimming area. Rates: $25/Unit/Night non-power. Online reservations open March 2, book at www.campreservations.ca. Phone reservations open April 1. Calls will be taken between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. until the campground officially opens on May 8, when extended hours will be maintained. Located 25 km west of Cold Lake along Hwy. 55, five km north on Rge. Rd. 444 and east on Twp. Rd. 640. 780.573.6443 CRANE LAKE WEST M.D. PARK – Twenty-four power sites. Firepits, dry firewood for sale, camp kitchen, non-potable water, boat launch and dock, power hookups, fish cleaning stand, and beach. Rates: $30/Unit/ Night power. Online reservations open March 2, book at www.campreservations.ca. Phone reservations open April 1. Calls will be taken between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. until the campground officially opens on May 8, when extended hours will be maintained. Open May 8 to September13. Caretakers on site. Located 25 km west of Cold Lake along Hwy. 55 and five km north on Rge. Rd. 444. 780.573.6443 Bonnyville & Cold Lake | #TakeItToTheLake

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Ethel Lake ETHEL LAKE M.D. PARK – Eleven non-power sites, firepits, dry firewood for sale, non-potable water, horseshoe pits, playground, swimming area, camp kitchen, fish cleaning stand, boat launch and dock. Rate: $25/Unit/ Night non-power. Online reservations open March 2, book at www.campreservations.ca. Phone reservations open April 1. Calls will be taken between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. until the campground officially opens on May 8, when extended hours will be maintained. Open May 8 to September 13. Caretakers on site. Located eight km west on Hwy. 55 and 10 km north on Hwy. 897 from Cold Lake. 780.573.9569

Tubing on Wolf Lake

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Minnie Lake MINNIE LAKE M.D. PARK EAST – Eleven power sites. Day use picnic area with firepits and change rooms. Beach with swimming area, paddleboard rentals, store, ice cream and diving platform. Playground and volleyball court. Outhouses, firewood for sale, Rates: $30/Unit/Night power. Online reservations open March 2, book at www.campreservations.ca. Phone reservations open April 1. Calls will be taken between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. until the campground officially opens on May 8, when extended hours will be maintained. Open May 8 to September 13. Caretakers on site. A picturesque small lake located five minutes northeast of Glendon north off Hwy. 660. 780.573.6666 MINNIE LAKE M.D. PARK WEST – Five non-power sites. Boat launch with parking and dock. Firewood for sale, non-potable water, outhouse and picnic shelter. Rates: $25/Unit/Night non-power. Online reservations open March 2, book at www.campreservations.ca. Phone reservations open April 1. Calls will be taken between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. until the campground officially opens on May 8, when extended hours will be maintained. Open May 8 to September 13. Caretakers on call. Located five minutes northeast of Glendon north off Hwy. 660. 780.573.6666

Wakeboarding on Minnie Lake

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Moose Lake PELICAN POINT M.D. PARK – Thirty-five non-power individual sites, two non-powered group sites and a day use area on the east side of Moose Lake. Trailer dumping station, boat launch and dock, playground, new beach area with paddleboard rentals, non-potable water, fish cleaning stands, outhouses, and firewood for sale. Lots of berry picking. Pike, Walleye and Perch fishing. Rates: $25/Unit/ Night non-power. Group Area $100/Night. (Campers in Group II Site can access quad trails). Online reservations open March 2, book at www.campreservations.ca. Phone reservations open April 1. Calls will be taken between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. until the campground officially opens on May 8, when extended hours will be maintained. Open May 8 to September 13. Caretakers on site. Located two km north of Bonnyville on Hwy. 41, 16 km west on Hwy. 660 and 6.5 km south on Rge. Rd. 474 OR one km north of Glendon, 10 km east on Hwy. 660 and 6.5 km south. 780.573.8828

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VEZEAU BEACH M.D. PARK – Twenty-three full-service sites, one tent site, and three overflow with power only on the south shore of Moose Lake. Showers, laundry facilities, swimming dock, firewood for sale, firepits, fishing, boat launch and dock. Bonnyville Golf and Country Club with an 18-hole golf course, pro shop and restaurant is adjacent to campground. Rates: $45/Unit/Night full service, $30/ Unit/Night power. Full season $4,700. Open May 1 to September 29. Online reservations open March 2, book at www.campreservations.ca. Phone reservations open April 1. Calls will be taken between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. until the campground officially opens on May 1, when extended hours will be maintained. Caretakers on site. Located five km west of Bonnyville on Hwy. 28. 780.826.6337

Wakesurfing on Moose Lake

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Muriel Lake MURIEL LAKE M.D. PARK – Ninety-three individual sites: 54 with power, 39 non-power. Two non-power group areas, two ball diamonds, two playgrounds, two beach volleyball courts, soccer, 13 km trail network for hiking/biking and cross-country skiing, running water, barrier-free accessibility in washrooms and showers, trailer dumping station, and firewood for sale. Excellent birdwatching area, with a variety of wildlife. Fabulous family camping. Horse lovers can take advantage of the new day use staging area for access to eight kilometres of marked horse trails. Rates: $30/Unit/Night with power, $25/Unit/Night non-power.

Seasonal sites as per availability $375/Month non-power, $450/ Month with power. Non-power Group area $180. Day use lookout area $100. Online reservations open March 2, book at www.campreservations.ca. Phone reservations open April 1. Calls will be taken between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. until the campground officially opens on May 8, when extended hours will be maintained. Open May 8 to September 13. Caretakers on site. Located 12 km east off of Hwy. 28 (just before the Town of Bonnyville) on Twp. Rd. 610 and six km south on Rge. Rd. 452 (watch for signs). 780.826.4140

Picnic time at Muriel Lake M.D. Park

Reservations are strongly recommended for all campgrounds. Campground rates, site details and contact numbers may be subject to change. Please visit our website at md.bonnyville.ab.ca for up-to-date information on prices and amenities.

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Fishing at Wolf Lake

Wolf Lake WOLF LAKE M.D. PARK – Sixty-seven non-power sites (11 can be used as double stalls). Firepits, firewood for sale, outhouses, non-potable water, fish cleaning stands, playground, boat launch with dock, and trailer dumping station. Rate: $25/Unit/ Night non-power. Phone reservations open April 1. Calls will be taken between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. until the campground officially opens on May 8, when extended hours will be maintained. Open May 8 to September 13. Caretakers on site. Located 20 km north of Bonnyville on Hwy. 41, 15 km west on Hwy. 55 and 30 km north on Rge. Rd. 473. 780.826.0556

Wolf Lake M.D. Park

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PRIVATE & PROVINCIAL CAMPGROUNDS

Ardmore ARDMORE COMMUNITY CAMPSITE – Ten non-power sites. Maintained campsite with access to the Iron Horse Trail. Nine-hole, sand green golf course next door featuring Micro Golf, 10-stall driving range, licensed clubhouse and electric power carts. Close to fish pond, and jogging trail. Rates: $10/Unit/Night non-power. Call to book. Located at 5013-48 Street, adjacent to Ardmore Golf Course. 780.826.2449

Bonnyville POPLAR ESCAPE RV PARK – Poplar Escape has 20 full-service, year-round sites available and 11 full-service summer sites. Featuring Wi-Fi, laundry and a shower house. Located 3.2 km north of Bonnyville off of Highway 660 at 61411A Range Road 455. Email: poplarescapervpark@gmail.com www.poplarescapervpark.ca 780.812.4507 ROCKY MEADOWS COUNTRY GETAWAY – Sixty full-service sites (power, water and sewer), 30 and 50 amp power. Showers, laundry, playground and blow-up waterslide. Group area with shelter for overnight and day use. U-Pick Berry Farm with Pie Shop and “Farmyard” minigolf. Hiking trail to Beaver River. Take a relaxing float down the Beaver River. Nightly, weekly, monthly and seasonal rates. Open year-round. Located 13.4 km north of Bonnyville on Hwy. 41 and 3.4 km west on Township Road 624A. facebook.com/RockyMeadowsCountryGetAway Email: info@rockymeadows.net www.rockymeadows.net 780.826.6053

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Cold Lake BAYWOOD PARK – Thirty-seven full-service sites (power, water and sewer), 30 and 15 amp electrical, with firepits and picnic tables, $35/Unit/Night. Fourteen partially serviced (power and water), 30 and 15 amp electrical, with firepits and picnic tables, $35/Unit/Night. Four fully serviced log cabins for rent nightly, weekly or monthly. Call for rates. Baywood Park is located on 137 acres that includes 2.5 km of walking trails through wooded areas, boardwalks across marshland, kitchen with day use area, and outdoor toilets. Private boat launch to Long Bay on Cold Lake available to Baywood campers. Winter camping is available. Please call for details. Located one km east of Cold Lake South and three km north on Baywood Road (turn on Rge. Rd. 420 off of Twp. Rd. 630). Facebook: Baywood Park Cold Lake 780.573.3108 or 780.812.6612 COLD LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK – Total 117 sites: 26 sites with power and water hookups, 79 sites with power and 12 walk-in tenting sites. Campground store operates May long weekend to Labour Day selling firewood, ice, ice cream, snacks and camping supplies. Firepits, boat launch, showers, pump and tap water, dumping station, day use area, group camping area by reservation, playground, hiking trails, swimming, lookout platforms, public beach, fishing, boating, and birding. Rates: $43/Unit/Night with power and water, $36/Unit/Night with power, $29/Unit/Night non-power. All sites on the reservation system. No first come, first served sites. Open May 14 to Thanksgiving. For more information call 780.594.7856. Located five km northeast of Cold Lake off Hwy. 28. Book online at www.reserve.albertaparks.ca Or call 1.877.537.2757 ENGLISH BAY PROVINCIAL RECREATION AREA – Fifty-seven sites with power on the west side of Cold Lake. Boat launch, beach, and swimming area. Rates: $33/Unit/Night with power. Loop #1 will be available on the Site Reservation System (sites 1 to 31). Loop #2 will remain first come, first serve, self-registration (sites 32 to 57). Open May 14 to September 8. For more information call 780.594.7856. Located 16 km north of Cold Lake. Book online at www.reserve.albertaparks.ca Or call 1.877.537.2757

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EVERGREEN BIRCH LODGE – Located three minutes west of Kinosoo Beach on 1st Avenue Cold Lake North. This beautiful resort has 12 secluded full-service RV sites. The resort also has single glamping cabins, tiny houses, multiroom cottages, as well as a six bedroom, 11-bed luxury lodge available. It has an outside covered seating area that can accommodate up to 60 people. The accommodations are nestled in a forested area. The resort is pet friendly and has 4.6 km of walking trails that wind through 142-acres of horse pastureland and a bird sanctuary. Each RV site has its own firepit and picnic table. Firewood supplied. Site power is 15 and 30 amps.

Laundry and private showers are free. Wi-Fi is free and available at each site. The resort provides quiet enjoyment and great birdwatching. The campground has safe on-site play areas, a soccer field and tree house. New for 2020, the resort now has a fully equipped fishing guide on-site. RV sites are open from April 1 to October 31. Weekly and monthly specials are available for RV sites. Two-night minimum stay for both RV and cottages. Located 3.5 km west of Cold Lake on Rge. Rd. 423. Facebook: Evergreen Birch Lodge Email: evergreenbirch@yahoo.ca www.evergreenbirchlodge.com 780.639.3114

FRENCH BAY PROVINCIAL RECREATION AREA – Ten non-power campsites. Firepits, bring your own firewood (BYOF). Day use beach area and swimming at lower campsite. Boat launch for small car top boats and dock at upper campsite. Hand pumps for water. Rates: $26/Unit/Night non-power. First come, first served, self-registration. Open May 14 to September 8. Located 15 km northeast of Cold Lake, one km south of Kinosoo Ridge, on the southeast shore of Cold Lake. For information call 780.594.7856

English Bay Provincial Recreation Area (Cold Lake)


HAMILTON HOUSE - A Woodland Oasis Inn and Adventures – Four full-service RV sites, with power and water always, with sewer disposal for weekly and monthly guests. Picnic table, with group use firepit or individual firepits. Various sizes fit from 16 to 40 feet. Access to outdoor B&B amenities; canoeing, hiking/biking trails, lawn games and hot tub. Rates: $35/Unit/Night full service, $220/Weekly, $800/Monthly. $20/Unit/Night non-power in the group use area. Located 10 minutes southeast of the City of Cold Lake on Hwy. 55 East.

facebook.com/woodlandoasis Email: hamiltonhousebb@gmail.com www.hamiltonhouse.com 780.594.7257 or 780.812.6525

Cold Lake Provincial Park beach

RUNWAY RV PARK - Offers 10 full-service RV sites with 30 amp power, potable water, sewer hookups, garbage disposal and Wi-Fi. Amenities include trails, fouracre short-range golfing (three green), group firepits, sitting area, U-Pick vegetable garden. Picnic tables, firewood, golf clubs, and bicycles available on site. Catering mainly to oilfield workers and retired couples. Located four km west of Cold Lake North on Rge. Rd. 424. Quiet dead end road. facebook.com/RunWayRV Email: mdube@mcsnet.ca www.runwayrv.com 780.815.3246 or 780.639.3253 Bonnyville & Cold Lake | #TakeItToTheLake

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Crane Lake BODINA RESORT – Forty-seven full-service sites with 30 and 50 amp power on the south shore of Crane Lake. Three cabins at $110 a night during summer season. Store open seasonally, showers, firepits, firewood for sale, boat launch, pressurized water service, beach/swimming area, and hiking trails. Access to ATV trails. Reservations recommended. Long-term monthly rentals available.

Taking full season bookings starting April 1. All other bookings start April 20. Rate: $36/Unit/Night. $250/ Weekly. $850/Monthly. $3,200/Seasonal. Leave your trailer year-round for $4,000. Located 25 km west of Cold Lake along Hwy. 55 and five km north on Rge. Rd. 444. Facebook: Bodina Resort www.bodinaresort.com 780.826.7165

Snack break at Crane Lake West M.D. Park

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Hilda Lake HILDA LAKE HIDEAWAY – Seasonal campsite with 47 non-serviced sites. Oversized private treed lots with close proximity to lakeshore. Eighteen sites with private lakeshore access. Four beach areas throughout the campground. Firepits and picnic tables provided with each site, boat launch and sani-dump. Completely fenced, gated campground with access for seasonal campers and their guests only. Open May long weekend to September 30. Located at 64118 RGE RD 434, 20 minutes from Cold Lake and 35 minutes from Bonnyville. Email: hilda.lake.hideaway@gmail.com www.campingcoldlakehildalake.com 780.201.2654

Sunset at Hilda Lake

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La Corey CANADIAN BIGHORN RESORT - Located between Crane and Wolf Lake, the resort provides a concierge level of customized service with two rustic-style cabins and access to amenities in the lodge. There are also glamping suites and pull through RV sites with no service, along with a group area if you are travelling with a crowd. Yearly campsite lease options available. The furnished cabins accommodate up to four people. The lodge has a full kitchen, common area, entertainment and exercise rooms, along with showers, bathrooms and laundry, as well as a swimming/fishing pond. Guests have the opportunity to encounter bighorn sheep in a safe and sustainable environment. There are also hiking/ATV trails, wildlife and Northern Lights viewing. ATV rentals are available, as well as lake excursions on a pontoon boat. Located eight km north of La Corey on Hwy. 41 (Rge. Rd. 460), turn left on Twp. Rd. 640 and then north (right) on Rge. Rd. 461. facebook.com/CanadianBighornResort Email: jeff@canadianbighorn.com 587.201.7243

Campfire coffee at Canadian Bighorn Resort (La Corey)

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Manatokan Lake MANATOKAN LAKE RV CAMPGROUND – Twenty full-service sites (30 amp power, water and sewer). Private beach, two private 70-foot fishing docks and excellent Perch fishing. Public boat launch. Call or text for reservations and rates. Seasonal rates. Open year-round. Located 19.2 km northwest of Bonnyville on Highway 41, west on Hwy. 55 for 9.6 km, north at Iron River on Rge. Rd. 470 for 3.2 km and then west on Twp. Rd. 634 for 1.6 km. Rural address: 63402 RGE RD 471. facebook.com/manatokanlakervcampground 780.812.5521

Beach fun at Manatokan Lake

Marie Lake SHELTER BAY RESORT – Two hundred annual non-power sites. Three group areas. Five cabins at $75/night. Confectionery store, firepits, day use group area, hand pump for water, beach and swimming area, boat launch, trailer dumping station, non-motorized trails and access to ATV trails. Rates: $25/Unit/Night non-power. Honour box self-registration for day use and boat launch area. Call for reservations. Located on the northeast side of Marie Lake off Hwy. 897 (Primrose Highway). 780.639.3069 Bonnyville & Cold Lake | #TakeItToTheLake

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Moose Lake MOOSE LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK – Total 59 sites: 47 power, 12 non-power. Group camping area with 12 power sites by reservation only. Loop Two by reservation only. Loop One first come, first served. Covered cookshack and firepits. Water in each loop, firewood for sale, playground, boat launch, hiking trails, and swimming area. Excellent birdwatching. Adjacent to Iron Horse Trail. Rates: $33/Unit/Night power, $26/Unit/Night non-power. Open May 14 to September 8. For information call 780.594.7856. Located two km north of Bonnyville on Hwy. 41, 12 km west on Hwy. 660. Book online at www.reserve.albertaparks.ca Or call 1.877.537.2757

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Moose Lake Provincial Park

FRANCHERE BAY PROVINCIAL RECREATION AREA – Total 198 sites on the north shore of Moose Lake: 41 reservation power and water; 35 reservation power; 80 reservation non-power, 22 first come, first served power and 20 first come, first served non-power sites. Showers, cookshack, sandy beach, tap water, fish cleaning stand, playground and boat launch. Firewood for sale. Adjacent to Iron Horse Trail. Rates: $43/Unit/Night power and water, $36/Unit/Night power, $29/Unit/Night non-power. Open May 14 to September 8. For information call 780.594.7856. Located two km north of Bonnyville on Hwy. 41, 18 km west on Hwy. 660 and two km south on Rge. Rd. 473 OR one km north of Glendon, 10 km east on Hwy. 660 and two km south. Book online at www.reserve.albertaparks.ca Or call 1.877.537.2757

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Muriel Lake RUSTIC RV PARK – Seasonal lease only for both full-service lots and dry lots (off the grid) on Muriel Lake. Lots are large with unlimited extra space available for storage and use. Decks, sheds and personalized décor are welcome. Winter storage is included. Beach, biking, birdwatching, walking and quad trails are accessible. ATVs and pets are welcome. Close proximity to several other lakes, golf course, Bonnyville Pro Rodeo, MudFest and town amenities. Privacy, space, peace and tranquility are key features. Season use is from May 15 to September 30. By appointment only. Located 14.5 km south of Bonnyville. Website: www.rusticrvpark.ca 403.815.9795 SPRING BEACH CAMPGROUND – Two hundred full-service sites on Muriel Lake. Rate: $45/Unit/Night. ATV and quad friendly campground. Minigolf, playground, beach, walking and ATV trails, store, showers, laundry, propane refills, wheelchair accessible washrooms and firewood for sale. No swimming. Open from May 15 to September 30. Seasonal lots. Nightly, weekly and monthly rates available on request. Reservations required. Located 10 km south of Bonnyville on Gurneyville Road (Rge. Rd. 460). Email: spring.beach@hotmail.com 780.826.6277

Reservations are strongly recommended for all campgrounds. Campground rates, site details and contact numbers may be subject to change. Please visit our website at md.bonnyville.ab.ca for up-to-date information on prices and amenities.

Diving in English Bay (Cold Lake)

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Moose Lake Vezeau Beach M.D. Park www.campreservations.ca 780.826.6337

Muriel Lake Muriel Lake M.D. Park www.campreservations.ca 780.826.4140

Private Seasonal Campgrounds Bonnyville Poplar Escape RV Park Email: poplarescapervpark@gmail.com 780.812.4507

Hilda Lake Hilda Lake Hideaway Email: hilda.lake.hideaway@gmail.com 780.201.2654

Rocky Meadows Country Getaway Email: info@rockymeadows.net 780.826.6053

La Corey Canadian Bighorn Resort Email: jeff@canadianbighorn.com 587.201.7243

Cold Lake Baywood Park 780.573.3108 or 780.812.6612 Evergreen Birch Lodge Email: evergreenbirch@yahoo.ca 780.639.3114

Willow Trail RV Park Email: willowtrailrvpark@hotmail.com 780-812-3005 Manatokan Lake Manatokan Lake RV Campground 780.812.5521

Hamilton House A Woodland Oasis Inn & Adventures Email: hamiltonhousebb@gmail.com 780.594.7257 or 780.812.6525

Marie Lake Shelter Bay Resort 780.639.3069

RunWay RV Park Email: mdube@mcsnet.ca 780.815.3246 or 780.639.3253

Muriel Lake Rustic RV Park 403.815.9795

Crane Lake Bodina Resort 780.826.7165

Spring Beach Campground Email: spring.beach@hotmail.com 780.826.6277

Please visit our website at md.bonnyville.ab.ca for up-to-date information on prices and amenities. Information subject to change.

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SEASONAL CAMPGROUNDS

M.D. Seasonal Campgrounds


FISHING

REEL THEM IN! Cold Lake is the big draw in our region. The gigantic Kinosoo might be out of reach, but there are lots of large Lake Trout, Walleye and Jack being reeled in. The fish are plentiful in our catch-and-release lakes, so you’ll be working the reel during an afternoon trip. You are guaranteed a good fight. Wolf Lake is teeming with Walleye – just remember to apply for your tags.

Guided Fishing Tours Brian Hamilton of Hamilton House - A Woodland Oasis Inn and Adventures knows all the secret spots on Cold Lake. He charters from late May to mid-September. Half or full-day fishing packages with all the fishing gear, snacks and drinks, or lunch supplied. Travelling on an 18-foot, soft-top Glastron (May and June only for Pike and Walleye) or a 24-foot Bayliner, hard-top (full cabin) May to September for Lake Trout and Pike. Perfect for various group sizes or experience. facebook.com/woodlandoasis www.hamiltonhouse.com (Under Activities tab – Fishing Charters) Email: hamiltonhousebb@gmail.com 780.594.7257 or 780.812.8015

Kim Grey of Anglers Fishing Tours, residing at Evergreen Birch Lodge, has many years of experience angling on Cold Lake and nearby lakes. Formerly from Lake Erie, Ontario, Kim has a passion for fishing and sharing his knowledge with other anglers. Tours from mid-May to September 30. Kim supplies all fishing gear, snacks and drinks for small groups of up to four on a 20 ft. pontoon boat or groups of two on a 17 ft. Glasspar. facebook.com/anglersbaittackleandmore Email: ksgrey77@gmail.com​ 780.660.9336

Big Lake Trout and Walleye are Bryce Lynch’s specialties at Rippin Lips Fishing Adventures. He charters on Cold Lake. You’ll be sure to go home with a fish tale to tell your friends and family. Facebook: Rippin Lips 780.573.0234

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Pontoon fishing (Wolf Lake)

FISHING HOLES Angling Lake

Northern Pike, Yellow Perch

Bourque Lake

Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, Whitefish, Walleye, Burbot

Cold Lake

Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, Lake Trout, Whitefish, Walleye, Burbot

Crane Lake

Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, Whitefish, Walleye, Burbot

Ethel Lake

Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, Whitefish, Walleye, Burbot

Frog Lake

Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, Whitefish, Walleye, Burbot

Hilda Lake

Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, Whitefish, Walleye, Burbot

Little Bear Lake

Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, Rainbow Trout

Manatokan Lake

Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, Burbot

Marie Lake

Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, Whitefish, Walleye, Burbot

May Lake

Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, Whitefish, Walleye, Burbot

Moose Lake

Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, Whitefish, Walleye, Burbot

Tucker Lake

Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, Whitefish

Wolf Lake

Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, Whitefish, Walleye, Burbot Bonnyville & Cold Lake | #TakeItToTheLake

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OUTDOOR ADVENTURE AWAITS

HIKE & BIKE You can enjoy the serene beauty of the boreal forest by foot or on two wheels – both under your own power and at your pace. Our regional hiking and biking trails offer tons of scenic diversity. In the Bonnyville area, Muriel Lake M.D. Park’s 13 km trail system provides a challenge to the seasoned hiker or biker. Moose Lake Provincial Park provides plenty of wildlife action on its six km of trails. Walk or ride along the 10 km Wetlands Trail around Jessie Lake, which borders the Town of

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Bonnyville. Bird and wildlife sightings are plentiful. Vezeau Beach Trail starts on the west side of Bonnyville at the intersection of 66 St. and Township Road 611A. The paved trail is seven kilometres long, and takes you through a tunnel under Highway 28 to Vezeau Beach and Moose Lake. Then go east on the paved North Shore Heights Trail, which goes all the way north to the intersection with the multiuse Iron Horse Trail, and ends at Highway 660.


Newly constructed last fall, Phase I of the Mountain Bike Park (bottom picture) surrounding the Cold Lake Museum has six km of trails. It contains year-round, multi-user (non-motorized), single track, mountain bike trails, with Phases II and III bringing on a skills park and jump features. Nature lovers always enjoy Cold Lake Provincial Park’s excellent 11.5 km trail system for hiking and mountain biking. For a more urban setting, the 12 km paved Millennium Trail takes you through the City of Cold Lake and into 4 Wing. The trail also connects to the Heritage Trail along the lakeshore.

Beaver River Trestle Bridge

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4-WHEEL WANDERLUST Get on your machine, or rent one locally, for some lengthy ATV riding. The 300 km multi-use Iron Horse Trail connects many of the area’s natural attractions. The Beaver River Trestle, at one kilometre long and 60 metres high, is one of the highlights of the trail. Riders can use the Iron Horse Trail to access countless kilometres of backcountry trails and cutlines that weave through the region’s more rugged terrain. Riders looking to explore the entire region can hook up with the Iron Horse Trail at a variety of entry points. The Iron Horse Trail branches in three directions from Mile Zero at Abilene Junction. To the northeast is Glendon and Bonnyville, to the west is Smoky Lake and Waskatenau, and to the southeast lies St. Paul, Elk Point and

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Heinsburg. There will be construction on the Iron Horse Trail in 2020 between Bonnyville and Cold Lake. An alternate detour route will be provided on the segments under construction for the new waterline. www.ironhorsetrail.ca facebook.com/AlbertasIronHorseTrail There are designated ATV trails at Muriel Lake’s Spring Beach Campground and Shelter Bay Resort on Marie Lake. Well-used trails are also located north of Crane Lake and the May Lake Trail is northwest of Cold Lake. Cutline trails can be found around Wolf Lake.

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Peaceful dusk ATV ride near La Corey

Canadian Bighorn Resort offers scenic ATV rides through a majestic pine forest and large meadows. Owner Jeff Fendelet can provide ATV rentals. Enjoy an evening ride under the Northern Lights. The resort offers a concierge level of customized service with two rustic-style cabins and access to amenities in the lodge. The furnished cabins accommodate up to four people. The lodge has a full kitchen, common area, entertainment and exercise rooms, along with showers, bathrooms and laundry. Guests have the opportunity to encounter bighorn sheep in a safe and sustainable environment. Located eight km north of La Corey on Highway 41 (Range Road 460), turn left on Township Road 640 and then north (right) on Rge. Rd. 461. facebook.com/CanadianBighornResort Email: jeff@canadianbighorn.com 587.201.7243 Bonnyville & Cold Lake | #TakeItToTheLake

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Back on the water, enjoy a private lake canoe tour at Hamilton House - A Woodland Oasis - Inn and Adventures. Six rental canoes, two kayaks onsite, with life jackets and paddles supplied. Three docks access the many hiking trails around the lake. Or enjoy the island with a guest cabin for a stopover lunch or weekend retreat. Morning, afternoon, evening or daily rentals. Located 10 minutes southeast of the City of Cold Lake on Hwy. 55 East. facebook.com/woodlandoasis www.hamiltonhouse.com Email: hamiltonhousebb@gmail.com 780.594.7257 or 780.812.6525

Paddling at Campbell’s Lake

PEACEFUL PADDLE


COWBOY CULTURE For a different mode of transportation try a wagon! Hop aboard Cowboy Town’s horse-drawn wagon for a tour over groomed trails. Rides are customized to your time frame. After exploring this little rural slice of the M.D., try your hand at Frisbee golf, and give the kids a few minutes to romp at the playground. Located west of Ardmore. facebook.com/ardmorecowboytown www.cowboytown.ca Email: info@cowboytown.ca 780.826.2444

MOTO MAGIC For some real excitement, check out the competition at the Cold Lake Motocross Association track. You will see some high-caliber competitors on the state-of-the-art raceway. Annual events include trade shows, race weekends, training and provincial races. If you are a rider, yearly and daily memberships are available. facebook.com/Coldlakemotocrossassociation Email: clma@live.ca 780.812.9694 Bonnyville & Cold Lake | #TakeItToTheLake

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PAINT PARTY Get your paintball shots in at Polar Ball Pursuit Games in Bonnyville. Sign up for some friendly competition for your birthday party, bachelor party, corporate or team event. They specialize in private group bookings. Four km north of Bonnyville on Range Road 455. Call for details and pricing. Facebook: Polar Ball Pursuit Games www.polarballpursuit.com Email: polarball@live.com 780.826.0360

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BSSA Range

SHOOTING SPORTS There are two groups in the region that promote recreational shooting. The Bonnyville Shooting Sports Association offers leisure and competitive shooting for all disciplines. It is partially open to the public. It is a provincially regulated shooting range certified for handguns, rifles, shotguns and archery. There are three pistol ranges, 100-metre archery range, rifle range - 100, 200, and 300 metres. They have trap, skeet, and sporting clay for shotguns. The shotgun area is also open for private parties, corporate team building and events. Please look at the calendar on the website for all events and courses. facebook.com/BonnyvilleShootingSportsAssociation www.bssa.ca 780.201.0939

The Cold Lake Fish And Game Club is a non-profit club promoting safety, knowledge and skill in outdoor activities like fishing, hunting, camping, target shooting, AirSoft and archery. Members have access to the club’s private 650-metre rifle range, 25-metre temporary restricted range, shotgun trap only area, biathlon/archery sight-in and walking range and AirSoft game area. Training courses and events to promote competition and learning are provided throughout the year. Check Facebook for special event dates. Facebook: Cold Lake Fish and Game Club www.coldlakefishandgame.com Email: coldlakefishandgame@gmail.com 780.207.0852

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Moose cow & twins near Wolf Lake

HUNTER’S PARADISE The abundance of water bodies and lush boreal forest provide the perfect breeding ground for a wide variety of game. Whitetail and mule deer, moose, bear and a host of upland and migratory game birds make every hunting excursion an adventure. Pick up the annual Alberta Guide to Hunting Regulations for information on licenses and designated hunting areas. For more information on hunting and fishing regulations go to mywildalberta.ca.

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WATERSPORT RENTALS

There is nothing better than being on the water. If you don’t have your own watercraft, there are several businesses in the region that can outfit you with large or small boats, as well as some watersport rental options.

From fishing to tubing, there is a boat for you at L&D Marine. Watersport equipment, including tubes and ropes, are available for rent or sale. Rental boats can be put in the water at Vezeau Beach, or you can tow it to the lake of your choice. Don’t let a break down interrupt your vacation in the Lakeland. L&D Marine services all types of watercraft and boats and is a full service Mercury Marine dealer. They keep a full line of Amsoil lubricants in stock for all types of engines to keep you having fun all year. Marine repairs and winterizations also available. Located next to Vezeau Beach on Moose Lake. facebook.com/LDRentals www.LDrentals.weebly.com Email: Ldmarinerentalsltd@gmail.com 780.201.0154 or 780.573.4587 Anglers interested in trying out Moose Lake can contact Franchere Boat Rentals. They rent 14-ft. aluminum boats with 15 or 9.9 horsepower engines. Located on Franchere Bay, Moose Lake. www.FranchereRentals.com 780.635.4050

Wicked Watersport Rentals Inc. offers mobile watersport rentals specializing in one-on-one personal Flyboard lessons. Rent the Wicked Party Pontoon Boat or a stand-up paddle board, single, double or kid’s kayak, boogie board or four-person pedal boat. Attend one of the Wicked Beach Parties held throughout the summer. Located on Kinosoo Beach, Cold Lake. facebook.com/wickedwatersportrentals www.wickedwatersportrentals.ca 780.545.0938

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OFF-ROAD RENTALS Quadding near Wolf Lake

Looking to get into the backcountry? Pioneer Offroad Rentals/Trailer Shop can get you suited up. Pioneer Rentals is located at #5B 45521 HWY660 north of Bonnyville. They rent quads, side-by-sides, Argos, and trailers. Everything to take you onto the Iron Horse Trail or any of the trails and cutlines north of Highway 55. www.pioneerrentals.ca Email: bonnyville@pioneerrentals.ca 780.826.2622 Driving the trails through the gigantic pines surrounding Canadian Bighorn Resort leaves you awestruck. The resort will supply ATVs or you can bring your own. Guests have the opportunity to encounter bighorn sheep in a safe and sustainable environment. Located eight km north of La Corey on Highway 41 (Range Road 460), turn left on Township Road 640 and then north (right) on Rge. Rd. 461. facebook.com/CanadianBighornResort Email: jeff@canadianbighorn.com 587.201.7243 Bonnyville & Cold Lake | #TakeItToTheLake

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TOURING THE REGION

Shore lunch on Cold Lake

Get out on the water to enjoy a fabulous new view of our region! We have two tourism operators who will take you out on three of our lakes – each offering a unique experience. Want to enjoy lunch on one of Cold Lake’s isolated sandy beaches? Book an in-depth tour with Brian Hamilton while staying at Hamilton House - A Woodland Oasis - Inn and Adventures. Share in the stories of Cold Lake’s natural and man-made history. Collect the five sands of Cold Lake, see the city sights and marina from the water side. Locate any of 16 main beaches, swim and jump from the 24 ft. boat and have a cooked lunch on Brian’s favourite beach. facebook.com/woodlandoasis www.hamiltonhouse.com Email: hamiltonhousebb@gmail.com 780.594.7257 or 780.812.6525

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Canadian Bighorn Resort offers guided pontoon boat excursions on Crane Lake or Wolf Lake. Guests can also stay in two rustic-style cabins at the Canadian Bighorn Resort. The furnished cabins accommodate up to four people with access to full amenities in the lodge. Located eight km north of La Corey on Highway 41 (Range Road 460), turn left on Township Road 640 and then north (right) on Rge. Rd. 461. facebook.com/CanadianBighornResort Email: jeff@canadianbighorn.com 587.201.7243


Ye Olde MacLean Hobby Farm

SHORELINES & SHEEP We’re not just about water! Agriculture is a big part of our region’s history and economy. It’s a handson experience at Ye Olde MacLean Hobby Farm. Agricultural tours at the Ye Olde MacLean Hobby Farm provide a fun, interactive experience with farm animals. Bottle feed kid goats, have a pool party with the baby ducks, visit Bunnyville, go for a ride in the jail wagon, take a trip to the gold mine or go on a scavenger hunt

adventure in the Old West. Please call and book ahead to secure a spot for your group or family. Located two miles south of Fort Kent. facebook.com/YeOldeMacLeanHobbyFarm Email: Mac.Beth1980@hotmail.com 780.826.4723

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HAVE SOME FUN (INDOORS & OUT)

Climbing Walls Do you like to conquer heights? Test your strength and skills. Give indoor rock climbing a try. The newest, and largest, climbing wall opened in the Cold Lake Energy Centre (7825-51 St.). Call 780.639.6400 to book. Or drop by and use the auto belaying system. Climb with a certified belayer on Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. at the Bonnyville and District Centennial Centre (4313-50 Ave.). Phone 780.812.3400 to book your climb. facebook.com/BonnyvilleC2 The J.J. Parr Sports Centre at 4 Wing Cold Lake has open climbing on Monday from 6 to 9 p.m., Wednesday from 4 to 7:30 p.m. and on Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m. Group bookings available. Call 780.840.8000 ext. 7823

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Game & Escape Rooms What about giving your mind a work out? Mythik Games Inc. offers plenty of gaming challenges, with a whole wall of board games from which to make a selection. Within the 4,000/sq. ft. entertainment hub, there are plenty of opportunities to build relationships with friends and family as you take on some new personas. With over 300 board games to chose from, plus Escape Rooms and special events, there is no time to get bored. When you want to take a break, there is a fully licensed café with locally sourced refreshments and baked goods. The play space has enough seating for 70 people, plus a lounge area. Private events can be booked. Located in Bonnyville at 4716-50 Ave. Suite 20. Facebook.com/MythikGames 780.522.6222 Time ticks by way too quickly as you try to escape the rooms at Pandora’s Locks. Their escape room offers a range of scenarios. With 45 minutes on the clock, you and five teammates have to work together to decipher the clues and get out! Located in Cold Lake at Unit 212, 4910 – 50 Ave. Hours vary by season. facebook.com/pandoraslockscoldlake 780.594.0237

Bowling

Theatre

Bowling is great for family fun or a date night. Marina Bowling Centre has eight lanes, five-pin bowling with auto scoring. Open seven days a week with public bowling daily. Located at 904-7 Ave. in Cold Lake. Please call for opening times and to book a lane. facebook.com/MarinaBowl 780.639.2950

Get off the couch, grab a friend, and check out the newest movies hitting the big screen. Grand Square Cinema has five theatres featuring the latest first run movies. 5112-51 Ave. Cold Lake. facebook.com/GrandSquareCinema 780.594.3434

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Mini Golf Rocky Meadows Country Getaway features Farmyard Minigolf, You’ll laugh yourself silly as your ball disappears at the oddest times playing a course designed from old farm machinery. facebook.com/RockyMeadowsCountryGetAway www.rockymeadows.net Email: info@rockymeadows.net 780.826.6053 It’s a shorter course to walk, but Ardmore Golf Course Micro Golf is a great little course for the family to play on. Especially for the younger set. Located on Main Street. Lunch and snacks available in the licensed clubhouse. There is a fish pond right next door. 780.826.4509

Landmarks

Skate Parks It takes a little more skill to tackle our skateboard parks, which are open to all – skateboarders, roller skaters, scooters and BMX riders. Test your tricks at the Mach 1 Skate Park adjacent to the Energy Centre in Cold Lake at 7825-51 Street. The F-18 shaped design provides plenty of thrills. A second skate park is located behind the J.J. Parr Sports Centre on 4 Wing Cold Lake. In Bonnyville, the skate park is set up adjacent to the Bonnyville and District Centennial Centre at 4313-50 Ave.

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For a complete change of pace, visit Pyrogy Park and the huge Glendon Pyrogy in the Village of Glendon. PML Exhibits of Calgary was contracted to build the Pyrogy out of fibreglass and steel. The giant structure was constructed at the company’s site in Salmon Arm, B.C., and transported to Glendon on August 26, 1991. The Pyrogy stands 25 feet tall, 12 feet wide, and weighs 6,000 pounds. While you are taking photos, enjoy the park’s two playgrounds and zip line. In September, the annual Pyrogy Festival attracts hundreds of people.


GOLF

Bonnyville Golf & Country Club

Golf the day away. The choice is yours! Eighteen or nine holes? Real grass or synthetic greens? Highly competitive or just a good duffers day! The Bonnyville Golf and Country Club, Cold Lake Golf and Winter Club (located on 4 Wing) and the Grand Centre Golf and Country Club offer three, unique 18-hole golf experiences that provide challenges for golfers of all ages and skill levels. The nine-hole Ardmore Golf and Country Club has three synthetic grass greens, seven sand greens, along with a fully licensed clubhouse, electric power carts, club rentals and 10-stall driving range, all at bargain rates. There is Micro Golf for added enjoyment. The Ardmore Club offers family rates, and youth are encouraged to practice their game on the course.

ARDMORE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB Facebook: Ardmore Golf & Country Club 780.826.4509 BONNYVILLE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB facebook.com/bonnyvillegolf www.bonnyvillegolfclub.com 780.826.4886 COLD LAKE GOLF & WINTER CLUB Facebook: Cold Lake Golf and Winter Club www.coldlake.com 780.594.5341 GRAND CENTRE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB facebook.com/grandcentregolf www.grandcentregolf.com 780.594.2121 Bonnyville & Cold Lake | #TakeItToTheLake

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WATER WONDERS Bonnyville Splash Park

SPLASH PARK PARADISE Can’t make it out to any of the surrounding lakes? Slip on a bathing suit and take the kids to one of our three Splash Parks. If the weather is not cooperating, head indoors for some water fun. You get the full meal deal at Kinosoo Beach Splash Park in Cold Lake (1902-1st Avenue). A never-ending sandy beach, some of the best burgers in town, dropping off the zip line into the pristine shallows of Cold Lake and the fun features of our largest Splash Park. Be sure to step under the water wheel for a thorough soak. Put your kids in the cockpit at the 4 Wing Cold Lake Splash Park behind the J.J. Parr Sports Centre. Kids imaginations soar in the fighter jet themed water park. When you want to dry off, check out the new outdoor gym equipment by the sand volleyball court. The big Moose at the Bonnyville Splash Park (4100 Lakeshore Drive) can be seen for blocks. He provides the best shower. Your family can cycle around the Jessie Lake Trail once you dry off.

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Heading indoors, the Bonnyville Swimming Pool features a 25-metre main pool and a three-metre by five-metre teaching pool, hot tub and sauna. Check the Town’s website for schedules www.town. bonnyville.ab.ca or call 780.826.4065. Located at 4712-48 St. Located on 4 Wing Cold Lake, the J.J. Parr Sports Centre Pool has a six-lane pool, with a zero-entry leisure pool and waterslide. There is also a hot tub and sauna. For programming details call 780.840.8000 ext. 7823.

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MUSEUMS

Bonnyville & District Museum The most striking feature of the Bonnyville Museum is the seven-metre high, hand-carved statue, of fur trader Angus Shaw, who explored western Canada in the late 1700s. Herman Poulin, of Hub Designs in St. Edouard, Alberta, carved the statue. The history of the region is housed in 13 buildings moved to the three-acre property by volunteers. On site are two churches, an expansive hospital exhibit, and the 1789 North West Company Trading Post. Artifacts include early agricultural and industrial equipment such as restored tractors, welding and woodworking tools. The main building houses a military and RCMP display and a working display of post-war Lionel model trains. The Clementine Poitras collection of folk-art miniatures is stunning. Open Monday to Friday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. in May, June, July and August. Open in off-season by appointment. Admission - Adult: $5, Child: $2, Family $10, Seniors $3. Or by donation. Located at 4401 – 54 Avenue. facebook.com/bonnyvillemuseum www.bonnyvillemuseum.ca For more information call 780.826.4925 or 780.826.5691

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Cold Lake Museums It is all about adventure at the museums. Get strapped down in a plane’s ejection seat as you imagine yourself taking off in a fighter jet. Snap a selfie as a pilot, or walk the area’s timeline as you traverse the connecting hallway. Recently a Radar Dome was added to the museum grounds, reminding old-timers of the three white domes that previously graced the hill as part of the Pinetree Line. The museum is composed of four segments. The Cold Lake Air Force Museum depicts the history of 4 Wing from 1952 to present. Discover the unique technology developed specifically for

the Cold Lake Oil Sands in the Oil & Gas Museum. Trace the history of the Dene Suline and Cree Nations living on the shores of Cold Lake in the Aboriginal Museum. The Heritage Museum contains the artifacts and storyline of the first Europeans arriving in Cold Lake at the end of the 18th century. Open May 15 to August 28, Tuesday to Saturday: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Closed Monday. Located on Highway 28 North, east of the Tri-City Mall. facebook.com/Cold-Lake-Museums www.coldlakemuseum.org 780.594.3546

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FABULOUS FOOD & DRINK

Food and drink. We all have our favourites. You will find a variety of choices in our region. Bonnyville and Cold Lake have a multitude of restaurants that can be found online, in the Visitors section at md.bonnyville.ab.ca. Pull up a chair at one of our unique eateries like Mamacitas or Beantrees Café in Cold Lake. In Bonnyville, try out Jennie’s Diner & Bakery or Cedar Barn. Our U-Picks open in early spring for Want to fill your freezer with the best asparagus, carrying through to June Angus beef? Give Charlotte Lake and July for strawberries, Saskatoons Farms Inc. a call. This family farm has and Haskaps, and ending in August for been producing top quality beef since garlic and other garden vegetables. 1911. The premium beef is raised Rocky Meadows Country Getaway without antibiotics or hormones. Café will put all those berries into a Freezer butcher packages, ground succulent pie to eat in or carry out. beef, sampler packages, and custom Our four local farmers’ markets are packages are available. some of the best places to purchase facebook.com/charlottelakefarmsinc fresh picked garden bounty, homewww.charlottelakefarms.ca made baking, hand picked berries, and 780.207.0720 premium microgreens. To wash it all down, pop into Cold Lake Brewing Sip a bit of history with the French Bay and Distilling. Once again, IPA or Kinosoo Beach Blonde at Cold haskaps are on the menu, but Lake Brewing & Distilling. Or, if the hard this time they have a kick to stuff is what you like, the Hometown them. For coffee aficionados Vodka, Honey Shine, Honey Haskap or try Elevate Coffee Roasters. Elevate Espresso should be on your list. This is the only small-batch distillery and craft brewery in Cold Lake. All products are made with local ingredients, including the honey, berries and dill, using crystal clear Cold Lake water. Growler fills onsite. Drop by for a taste test and a tour. Located in downtown Cold Lake at Unit 7, 5109 – 51 Ave. facebook.com/coldlakebrewinganddistilling www.coldlakebrewingdistilling.com 780.201.1611

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Passionate coffee drinkers need to check out the products produced by Elevate Coffee Roasters. Products can be purchased at our local Sobeys or sampled at Beantrees CafÊ. This micro-roaster’s goal it to increase the enjoyment for coffee drinkers, so try a cup. facebook.com/elevatecoffeeroasters www.elevatecoffee.ca 780.201.3443

Looking for a fresh, local, and yearround alternate to the increasing cost of vegetables? Give H2Grow Premium Microgreens a try. They provide great tasting super foods at budget friendly prices. facebook.com/H2GrOw Premium Microgreens H2gr0w@hotmail.com 780.573.5295

U-Picks Fresh asparagus is in high demand at Dirt Road Gardens every spring so get your order in early. Strawberries are ready from mid-June to end of July and new this year is garlic coming available in mid-August. Frozen strawberries are for sale during the winter. Located 18 km west of Bonnyville off of Highway 41, down Township Road 600. facebook.com/dirtroadgardens 780.826.9330

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Strawberry fields at Lynn Rob

A multitude of strawberries, Saskatoons, honeyberries (Haskap), garden vegetables, baking and canned fruits and vegetables can be found at Lynn Rob Strawberries and Market Garden. The high tunnel strawberry patch starts producing at the end of June and carries into September, if the weather holds. Lynn Rob has a booth at both Bonnyville Farmers’ Markets. Located 15 km north of Bonnyville on Hwy. 41 and seven km west on Twp. Rd. 630. facebook.com/LynnRobStrawberries www.lynnrob.com 780.826.5659 Bonnyville & Cold Lake | #TakeItToTheLake

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With over 1,000 Saskatoon trees, you can easily get berried out at Rocky Meadows Country Getaway. And then there are even more berry trees: Chokecherries, Buffalo Berry, Sea Buckthorn, Black Current, Honey Berry and Cherry. If you don’t want to pick, you can just enjoy a piece of pie and a great view. Also available for purchase are a variety of fudge and preserves. Everything from jam, jelly, syrup and lots of salsa. Located 13.4 km north of Bonnyville on Hwy. 41. facebook.com/RockyMeadowsCountryGetAway www.rockymeadows.net Email: info@rockymeadows.net 780.826.6053

Fresh, chemical-free produce can be picked or purchased from H’Evans Berries. Strawberries, raspberries, haskaps and saskatoons are waiting to be picked during season. CSA (Community Shared Agriculture) shares are available. Located 3.5 km east of Cold Lake on 50th Ave. and 1.5 km north on Range Road 415. facebook.com/hevansberries www.hevansberries.com 780.826.1675

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Farmers’ Markets Stock up your fridge and shelves weekly at our four Farmers’ Markets. You can never get tired of fresh cinnamon buns! Bonnyville’s Farmers’ Markets are open year-round, on Tuesday from 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Beaver River Fish and Game Building (4402-54 Ave.) and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Bonnyville and District Centennial Centre (4313-50 Ave.). Extended markets on special days. Cold Lake hosts a Farmers’ Market every Thursday, April 2 through to December from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Exhibition Park (4608-38 Ave). Glendon has farmers’ markets a few times a year. Check our online events calendar frequently for more information. Bonnyville & Cold Lake | #TakeItToTheLake

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PLENTIFUL PLANES

4 Wing Cold Lake

COLD LAKE AIR SHOW For two days in July, planes of all vintage and nationality will streak across the sky. The Cold Lake Air Show, July 18 & 19, promises to be the event of the year. The US Navy Blue Angels are the featured guests. This is the only show they will be performing at in Canada. The Snowbirds show will be top notch as they are celebrating their 50th Anniversary. The CF-18 Demonstration team and the Sky Hawks Parachute Team are also slated to perform. The weekend starts with the Full Throttle Festival in downtown Cold Lake. Book your tickets at www. coldlakeairshow.com If you can’t make it to the Air Show, on any weekday you can visit the 4 Wing Cold Lake Viewing Area to watch military aircraft taxi down the runway during takeoff and landing. Located near the back gate of 4 Wing Cold Lake, there is a picnic area for public use, featuring information boards about aircraft and the story of the base.

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EYES ON THE SKIES

Take the time to check out the history of 4 Wing Cold Lake at the Cold Lake Air Force Museum now that the big white radar dome is back in place. Open May 15 to August 28, Tuesday to Saturday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Closed Monday. Open by appointment in the off season. Located on Highway 28 North, east of the Tri-City Mall. facebook.com/Cold-Lake-Museums www.coldlakemuseum.org 780.594.3546.

There are Static Displays in several locations in Cold Lake. At HQ Park on 4 Wing, view the CF-104, CT-33, CF-100 and CF-101. Across from the park you’ll also see the DC-3 Dakota, a.k.a. Pinocchio. At Heritage Park at 4 Wing’s front gates view the CF-5 Freedom Fighter, CT133 Silver Star and CF-18. At the main downtown intersection there is a CF 104 Starfighter and a CT-114 Tutor on pedestals. A CF-5 Freedom Fighter is on display in front of the Art Smith Aviation Academy on 4 Wing. Bonnyville & Cold Lake | #TakeItToTheLake

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BIRDS OF THE BOREAL

WATER AND BOREAL FOREST. That’s the perfect formula for a birdwatcher’s paradise. Early mornings are the best time to spot the winged beauties of the boreal. The gloriously lit photos of Norm Dyrvik, whose work has been gracing our adventure pages for years, speak to that fact. He catches all of these majestic birds in their plumed glory. The red eyed Loon breaking the water’s surface after a brief plunge for snacks. A squadron of Pelicans conversing and wading along the lakeshore. A Turkey Vulture searching for prey. A Grebe playing in the reeds. A Merganser protecting its young. And an Eagle in full flight. Muriel Lake, Moose Lake Provincial Park, Franchere Bay and Pelican Point recreation areas offer excellent boreal forest and wetland habitats. Jessie Lake, in the Town of Bonnyville, is a shallow wetland home to a variety of bird life. Walk the path around the lake to check off species on your list. Ethel Lake is one of Alberta’s most reliable count areas for the provincially uncommon Yellow Rail and Sedge Wren. Cold Lake is an entry point for neo-tropical migratory birds such as Wood Warblers. In late May and early June, Cold Lake Provincial Park is the destination for birders looking for the possibility of marking up to 23 warbler species off their lists. The fall migration through late July and Grebe August draws a repeat crowd.

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Juvenile Eagle

Cold Lake easily accommodates one of Alberta’s largest Western Grebe colonies, and a spill-over population of Pelicans, Cormorants and Gull species. The occasional Blue Heron often swoops overhead. Over 292 species of birds can be found in the region, which is within the transition zone between Alberta’s aspen parkland and the northern boreal forest. All photos taken at Wolf Lake by Norm Dyrvik.

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A NIGHT ON THE TOWN

Every month, there is always some type of concert or event being hosted at either the Bonnyville and District Centennial Centre or the Cold Lake Energy Centre. The upcoming lineup is listed on their websites and Facebook pages. Featured entertainment includes children’s shows, popular recording artists, top-name comedy and musical acts. Bonnyville Centennial Centre 4313-50 Ave. facebook.com/BonnyvilleC2 www.centennialcentre.ca 780.812.3400

Cold Lake Energy Centre 7825-51 St. www.coldlake.com 780.639.6400

If you are looking for great entertainment, along with fine food and beverages, Beantrees Café serves up a variety of events. The Café features bands, singers and a regular Open Mic Night for local artists. Board game and trivia nights are popular with families and a “take one and leave one library”. View event listings on Facebook or website. 5112-50 Ave., Cold Lake. facebook.com/BeantreesCafe www.beantrees.ca 780.594.4177

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There is more to Casino Dene than shuffling cards. Come out and test your luck at the gaming tables or just enjoy a quiet dinner in the Aurora Bar and Lounge or the Casino Dene Lounge. Live entertainment in the lounge every weekend – dancing is optional. Put your musical knowledge on the line and take home some prizes during Music Poker on Wednesdays. Seniors’ Day every Tuesday. With over 200 slot machines, and a full service poker room, there are lots of ways to get lucky. Seven km south of Cold Lake on Highway 28 facebook.com/casinodene www.casinodene.com 780.594.7900 The spring/fall production line-up for the Kinosoo Performing Arts Association is on their website and Facebook page. The Cold Lake group sells out their line-up quickly, so get your tickets early. All performances are at the Lakeland Inn. facebook.com/kinosooperformingarts www.kinosooperformingarts.com

The Bonnyville & District Fine Arts Society hosts various fundraisers throughout the year to raise money for a new theatre in Bonnyville. Watch their Facebook page for upcoming concerts.

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ART GALLERIES, DISPLAYS & STUDIOS

There is an amazing abundance of talented artists in the region. At the top of the list is the world-renowned Alex Janvier, who displays his original work in the Alex Janvier Gallery on Cold Lake First Nations 149B. The gallery was designed by globally recognized architect Douglas Cardinal. Viewings are by appointment only. facebook.com/janviergallery Email: jjanvier@alexjanvier.com 780.639.4545 Additional Aboriginal Art is displayed in the lobby of the Courtyard By Marriott Cold Lake (pictured above). The revolving art show, features local artists, including a mural and other works by Alex Janvier. Located beside Casino Dene, Hwy. 28.

In Bonnyville there are two pop-up style galleries. The Bonnyville and District Centennial Centre hosts different artists on a monthly basis in the upstairs hallway. Check out the Canada 150 Mosaic on the downstairs wall while you are there. Located at 4313-50 Ave. facebook.com/BonnyvilleC2 www.centennialcentre.ca

In Cold Lake, local artists and artisans are given wall space at Beantrees CafĂŠ. While enjoying coffee and dessert you can make mull over your purchase choice. Check out their Facebook page for artists on display. Located at 511250 Ave. facebook.com/BeantreesCafe www.beantrees.ca 780.594.4177

Association display their work at the Bonnyville & District Museum. The display features fibre arts, painting, photography, pottery, sculpture, encaustic and mixed media. Call 780.668.5254 to view. The group hosts workshops and classes throughout the year. For schedule check facebook.com/auroravisualartsassociation

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COLD LAKE

CHARM

The best view in Cold Lake is from the Marina breakwater. You might catch a glimpse of the “big fish” – the Legend of the Kinosoo that the Dene Suline believe lurks in the depths of the lake. ​There are several restaurants along the lakeshore, or just a block away. Grab an ice cream after your walk on Heritage Trail and take a rest on the boardwalk. Marina Mall is just up the street where you can stock up on all the necessities. ​Just west of the marina is Kinosoo Beach. A three-block stretch of fine sand, named one of the top 25 beaches in Canada. A splash park, zip line, basketball and beach volleyball courts, playground, and some classic burgers help break up the long summer day. ​Downtown Cold Lake offers a unique shopping experience. There is a children’s clothing store with top brand names, the best lingerie boutique in Alberta and three second-hand shops with bargain prices. A must sample item is the famous beef jerky from Hamel’s Meats just off main street, as it was taken into space by one of our Canadian astronauts.

Lakefront B&Bs Lake views are the specialty of two of our Bed and Breakfasts. The Waterfront Harbour was recently awarded the Best Boutique Bed and Breakfast in Alberta by LUXLife Magazine. Choose from five unique rooms, including the Hideaway Room, which has its own private entrance, the Aurora Lakeview Room, decorated in the colours of the dancing night lights and a beautiful view of Cold Lake. 607 Lakeshore Drive facebook.com/WaterfrontHarbourBandBCold Lake www.waterfrontharbour.ca 780.654.2132 The Lakeshore Inn offers relaxation and romance in 18 luxurious rooms with queen beds and quality linens. Many rooms include a Jacuzzi and fireplace. A few rooms feature a lake or marina view. 805 Lakeshore Drive facebook.com/LakeshoreInnColdLake 780.639.0000 Bonnyville & Cold Lake | #TakeItToTheLake

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COLD LAKE & AREA ACCOMMODATIONS

Cold Lake Marina


Hamilton House The boreal forest surrounds Hamilton House - A Woodland Oasis - Inn and Adventures in Cherry Grove. Hamilton House is nestled in the centre of six acres of open lawns and cultured flower gardens surrounded by private boreal forest, accessible for miles. The Inn was designed to provide first-class service, while preserving its serene country charm. Many in-house and outdoor amenities to enjoy during your stay in serenity. facebook.com/woodlandoasis www.hamiltonhouse.com 780.594.7257

Evergreen Birch Lodge Just outside of Cold Lake, and minutes from Kinosoo Beach, is Evergreen Birch Lodge with single glamping cabins, tiny houses, multi-room cottages, as well as a six bedroom, 11-bed luxury lodge nestled in a forested area. The resort is pet friendly and has 4.6 km of walking trails that wind through 142-acres of horse pastureland and a bird sanctuary. New for 2020, the resort now has a fully equipped fishing guide on-site. Twelve RV sites are open from April 1 to October 31. 2302 Twp. Rd. 634, Off English Bay Road on Twp. Rd. 634 & Rge. Rd. 423 Facebook: Evergreen Birch Lodge www.evergreenbirchlodge.com 780.639.3114

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Muriel Creek Ranch House Get a taste of farm life at Muriel Creek Ranch House, Canada’s first net-zero energy bed and breakfast housed in a big red barn. Western comfort and hospitality at affordable rates. Located on Highway 28 east of Ardmore. facebook.com/murielcreek 780.812.2561

Baywood Park

Hamilton House

There are a variety of Cabins in the Cold Lake area. Baywood Park offers four cozy log cabins tucked into a unique 137-acre property featuring a small lake, woods, meadows, hills and marshland traversed by trails and a boardwalk. Lots of birds and wildlife. There is a private marina across the road for your use. Baywood Road, Rural Cold Lake Facebook: Baywood Park Cold Lake www.baywoodparkcoldlake.com 780.573.3108 or 780.812.6612

Baywood Park

Shelter Bay Resort

Edgewater Cottage & Suites

Shelter Bay Resort on Marie Lake has five cabins priced at $75/night. There is a beach and swimming area, boat launch and a confectionery store. Within the resort there are non-motorized trails and access to ATV trails surrounding the lake. 780.639.3069

Edgewater Cottage & Suites offers waterfront accommodation, just steps from the Cold Lake Marina. 609 Lakeshore Drive 780-639-2906 For current hotel and motel listings please see our website at: www.md.bonnyville.ab.ca Bonnyville & Cold Lake | #TakeItToTheLake

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BEDS, BREAKFASTS & BEAUTY IN BONNYVILLE Bonnyville’s downtown is full of independent shops offering a fabulous selection of everything from sporting goods, shoes, men’s attire, women’s boutique clothing, unique household gifts and exceptionally fine food. Each restaurant has their own specialties, so be sure to ask what’s best on the menu. If you’re looking for rest and relaxation, or an updated look, book an appointment at any of the hair salons and spas. Each one has something unique to offer. Try out the salt cave or the Cocoon Wellness Pro at Elegance 719, the newest spa in town for the tops in relaxation, recovery and rejuvenation (bottom right). You can enhance your lake vacation experience with a visit to Sylvestre Source For Sports. Their shelves are full of fishing tackle, bait, camping equipment, water sport apparatus, beach wear, sandals and sunglasses. Or take a stroll through the past at Sugar Belle Café & Antiques. The Café offers takeout coffees and teas. When you are all shopped out and have eaten your fill, take a tour of the Jessie Lake Trail and enjoy the variety of trees and bird life.

Chatwin Lake B&B

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Jessie Lake Trail

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Bethel-Aspen Bed & Breakfast

Chatwin Lake Bed & Breakfast

Bonnyville has one Bed and Breakfast operator in town and the other is a couple of minutes down Highway 28. Bethel-Aspen Bed & Breakfast is a former nunnery, minutes from the downtown core, offering six rooms to choose from and four decks to enjoy your surroundings. Great views of Jessie Lake can be enjoyed from the top deck, while coffee can be enjoyed surrounded by lush greenery on the main floor. 4808-53 St. www.bethel-aspen.ca 780.826.8960

Lake views are the big draw at Chatwin Lake Bed & Breakfast. Enjoy your morning coffee with a great view of Chatwin Lake from the back deck. Three rooms to choose from, common kitchen area and Wi-Fi. Rent a kayak or a paddleboat to tour the lake or walk over to the Bonnyville Golf and Country Club for a quick round. 30 Drouin Road, M.D. of Bonnyville (just off of Twp. Rd. 610) www.chatwinlakebnb.com 780.573.1375

Muriel Creek Ranch House Get a taste of farm life at Muriel Creek Ranch House, Canada’s first net-zero energy bed and breakfast housed in a big red barn. Western comfort and hospitality at affordable rates. Located on Highway 28 east of Ardmore. facebook.com/murielcreek 780.812.2561 Bonnyville & Cold Lake | #TakeItToTheLake

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Canadian Bighorn Resort

Canadian Bighorn Resort Located between Crane and Wolf Lake, Canadian Bighorn Resort provides a concierge level of customized service with two rustic-style cabins and access to amenities in the lodge. The furnished cabins accommodate up to four people. The lodge has a full kitchen, common area, entertainment and exercise rooms, along with showers, bathrooms and laundry. Next door is a swimming/fishing pond. Guests have the opportunity to encounter bighorn sheep in a safe and sustainable environment. There are also hiking/ATV trails, wildlife and Northern Lights viewing. ATV rentals are available, as well as lake excursions on a pontoon boat. Located eight km north of La Corey on Highway 41 (Range Road 460), turn left on Township Road 640 and then north (right) on Rge. Rd. 461. 587.201.7243 facebook.com/CanadianBighornResort Email: jeff@canadianbighorn.com

Bodina Resort

Franchere Bay Rentals

Lake front cabins can be found at Bodina Resort on Crane Lake. Three, fully renovated cabins. Next door is a fully loaded convenience store with 30 flavours of ice cream. Beach and boat launch nearby. 780.826.7165 Facebook: Bodina Resort

The four cabins at Franchere Bay on Moose Lake come with a variety of amenities – depending on how much you want to “rough it”. There is a public beach a short walk away at the provincial recreation area. 780.635.4050 www.FranchereRentals.com

For current hotel and motel listings please see our website at www.md.bonnyville.ab.ca.

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EVENTS

CAN’T MISS ...

See you in July! July 18 & 19

Cold Lake Air Show 4 Wing Cold Lake

July 23 to 26

World Professional Chuckwagon Races & Pro Rodeo Bonnyville Rodeo Grounds

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Car Culture July 11

Annual Gear Grabbers Classic Car Show Bonnyville & District Centennial Centre

July 25

Alysha Axani 3rd Annual Memorial Truck & Car Show Cold Lake Energy Centre

August 8

30th Annual Glendon Derby & Mudbogs Glendon Derby Grounds

August 13-16

Extreme Mudfest Bonnyville Rodeo Grounds

August 15

Glendon Cruise Night Main Street, Glendon

August 16

Cold Lake Show & Shine Car Show Main Street, Cold Lake

September 6

Cherry Grove Swap Meet & Car Show Cherry Grove Community Hall

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Bonnyville Gear Grabbers Drag Racing Watch the M.D. of Bonnyville’s Facebook page for race dates

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Ridin’ & Ropin’ March 14

​ pring Bull-A-Rama S Exhibition Park, Cold Lake

March 28

Cowboy Challenge Winter Series Final Exhibition Park, Cold Lake

April 4

Bull-A-Rama Series Exhibition Park, Cold Lake

April 18

Bull-A-Rama Series Exhibition Park, Cold Lake

June 12-14

51st Annual Cold Lake Stampede Exhibition Park, Cold Lake

July 23-26

World Professional Chuckwagon Races & Pro Rodeo Bonnyville Rodeo Grounds

October 17

Fall Bull-A-Rama Exhibition Park, Cold Lake

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Spring & Summer Events March 14

​ a Cabane A Sucre L Bonnyville

May 9

The Greatest Show On Earth Production Exhibition Park, Cold Lake

June 26-27

Moose Lake Walleye Classic Bonnyville

July 1

Canada Day Celebrations Bonnyville / Cold Lake / Glendon / Crane Lake

August 1-2

21st Annual Haying In The 30’s Mallaig

August 2

Aqua Day Kinosoo Beach, Cold Lake

August 7-9

The Verge Arts Festival Cold Lake

TBA

Kehewin Pow Wow Kehewin Cree Nation


Fall & Winter Events September 5

​​ yrogy Festival P Pyrogy Park, Glendon

September 12

Fall Fair Bonnyville Rodeo Grounds

October 3

October Craft Sale Exhibition Park, Cold Lake

October 24

Craft Show Exhibition Park, Cold Lake

November 7

Bonnyville Craft Show Bonnyville & District Centennial Centre

November 14

Craft & Vendor Show Exhibition Park, Cold Lake

November 21

Cold Lake Craft Show Exhibition Park, Cold Lake

November 28-29

Christmas Craft Show Exhibition Park, Cold Lake

December 12

12th Annual Cherry Grove Big Buck & Sportsmen’s Show Exhibition Park, Cold Lake

Dates subject to change. More events are always added so please check www.md.bonnyville.ab.ca for an updated Community Events Calendar. Bonnyville & Cold Lake | #TakeItToTheLake

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