TWO LAKES PROVINCIAL RECREATION AREA - History, Location, Fishing, Boating, Campgrounds. Northern Alberta.
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Welcome to Two Lakes Provincial Recreation Area located in the southwestern part of the Peace Country.

Park information:
Rates for Gunderson Meadows, Moberly Flats and Pine Hollow campgrounds: $23, no services. Rates subject to change. Firewood included in camping fee. Open May 15 to October 10.


(active May-Sept)

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The Highway west of Grovedale is paved for 36 km. The next 84 km of gravel road makes the journey to Two Lakes a bit of a challenge. When it is dry, visibility can be very low from the dust of the many logging and oil well trucks that travel on this road on a daily basis. When the road is wet from the rain, it can also be challenging. The recommended speed is 80km, but most likely you can expect to travel at less than that especially when you have an RV with you. Allow extra time to make this trip.

On the way to Two Lakes, 32 km from Grovedale, is the Devon Wapiti Gas Plant.

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At the 70 km mark from Grovedale, you will cross Nose Creek. Next to the creek is Shutter Flats Recreation Area. There at least 3 group camping areas, pump water and shelter.

Once at Two Lakes you can expect to see the common loon and the osprey. Remember this is bear country and proper precautions must be taken when handling food or when out on the hiking trails.

Events of the Peace Country

From the Moberly Flats Campground, located at the South Lake of Two Lakes, Kakwa Falls day-use area is only another 32 km south on gravel road. Kakwa Falls is one of the most spectacular falls of the area.

An Interpretive Trail that is 3.6km in length joins the South and North Lake from Moberly Flats to Pine Hollow Campground. The hike can take about 1 1/2 hours to complete. There are also 3 other scenic hiking trails in the area. It is home to both the Black Bear and Grizzly Bear, Osprey and Loons nest in the area.


Two Lakes Provincial Recreation Area is located 138 km southwest of Grande Prairie Alberta, or 120 km southwest of Grovedale on Highway 666. There are 2 lakes as well as 3 campgrounds at this location with a total of 86 campsites.

North Lake is the smaller of Two Lakes. There are two campgrounds situated here; Gunderson Meadows campground located on east side and Pine Hollow located on the west side.

Two lakes was named in 1952 and the name was used to describe the two lakes. A recluse named Gunderson lived in a cabin near the north side of the lake, which later became Gunderson Meadows Campground. Gunderson creek was also named after this gentleman who lived in the area until 1934. Two men from Wembley built a trapper's cabin on the North Lake back in 1935 and later built more cabins along their trap line.

South Lake is located about 3 km south of North Lake and is the bigger of Two Lakes. Moberly Flats Campground is located here. The water is very clear but cool.
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Gunderson Meadows Sign, Watercraft, Road to Lake, Waters Edge, Wildlife, More Direction Signs, Wildlife Sign.

Moberly Flats Campground is located on the South Lake of Two Lakes. Cutthroat and Rainbow Trout are the usual catch at this lake. There are 30 campsites at Moberly Flats with most backing on to the lake. Each has a firepit and picnic table. Not as private but very scenic. A boat launch area is located at Moberly Flats Campground near the entrance. Motorized boats are allowed on the South Lake, but are restricted to 12kph speed limit.
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Camp spot by lake, trout, reflections on water, fishermen,road to north lake, water pump, types of fish.

Also located on the North Lake is Pine Hollow Campground situated on the west bank of the lake. A small boat launch area as well as a fish cleaning stand is located at Pine Hollow campground. There are 24 campsites at Pine Hollow campground. Most sites are well treed that offer shelter and privacy.


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Located on the North Lake is Gunderson Meadows Campground situated on the east banks of the lake.

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At Gunderson Meadows there are a good number of campsites as well as a tenting area and boat launch located near the entrance of the park. Many of the spots have a view of the water.

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A small boat launch area gives access to North Lake. A small parking area and fish cleaning stand is also located here. Only non-motorized boats are allowed on this lake. Fishing for rainbow trout is most common.

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