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2020 CAMPGROUND CHANGES: There are a number of Provincial Parks affected in 2020 as part of the Alberta budget cuts. Some of the parks will be closed completely while some will be accessible but without any services.

CAMPGROUNDS CLOSING in the Peace Country: Twin Lakes Provincial Recreation Area (65 km north of Manning) along with Stoney lake Provincial Recreation Area (20km north of Hines Creek), Running Lake Provincial Recreation Area near Worsley, and Sulphur Lake Provincial Recreation Area (30km northeast of Hines Creek)

in the Peace Country: Notikiwin Provincial Park (37 km north of Manning)

MORE CHANGES in 2020: 164 Parks are to be handed over to third parties to manage and those in the Peace Country include, Peace River Provincial Recreation Area, Rainbow Lake Provincial Recreation Area, Simonette River Provincial Recreation Area, Williamson Provincial Park, O'Brien Provincial Park, Kakwa River Provincial Recreation Area, Shutter Flats Provincial Recreation Area.
NEW for 2020: Dunvegan Provincial Park and Moonshine Lake Provincial Park are now 100% Reservable. In the past there were still a number of campsites which that were on a first come first served basis.
Winagami Lake Provincial Park: Wading pool is CLOSED (JULY 2019). The wading pool has been closed due to health and safety issues. It is being assed to determine if it can be brought back to codes.

Spring Lake Campground RE-OPENED: The Spring Lake Campground has re-opened effective August 28th, 2019. The Saddle Hills County has purchased the campground and will now be responsible for it. Spring Lake is 27 km north of Hythe, AB. Spring Lake Campground.
MOONSHINE LAKE UPDATE: The Pier on the south side of Moonshine Lake near the Playground has become unsafe as some of it is rotting and collapsing. A new Pier has been built. Posted August, 2019. features 30 Major Parks with Info, Photos and Local Videos

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