Winagami Lake Provincial Park, Alberta

Winagami Lake Provincial Park is located approximately 25 km north northwest of High Prairie. 11 km east of Highway 2. Winagami Lake is considered a fairly large lake and is enjoyed by the surrounding communities.

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Winagami Lake Provincial Park is well kept and includes an outdoor wading pool, concession stand, playground, sandy beach area, boat launch and plenty of fishing. Walleye and northern pike are the catch of the day. During the winter months, many enjoy cross country skiing on 17 km groomed trails, as well as skating and ice fishing.

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Winagami Provincial Park was established in 1970 and was named after the Lake. The lake was named Winagami in 1911 which translates as "Stinking Lake" or "Dirty-water" . The water can smell strongly of hydrogen sulphide. In 1950, a dam and canal was built that diverted fresh water from the South Heart River into the lake to solve the stagnant water situation. The lake is the main source of water for Girouxville, McLennan, Falher and Donnelly. The park encompasses over 160 square kilometers or 16,000 hectares of land. The mean depth of the lake is 5.6 feet with a maximum depth of 15 feet.

The Winagami Breakwater was erected by the Government of Alberta in 1984 to improve the recreation opportunity for Albertans and their Visitors. The Breakwater protects the boat launch area and the swimming area from huge waves. Just a short walk from the boat launch is the Breakwater, where many take advantage of its location to fish from. MORE PHOTOS: The Breakwater Plaque VIEW PHOTO

Fish Winagami Lake for Northern Pike, Walleye, Yellow Perch, Burbot, and Lake Whitefish. Other species include Spot-tail Shiner, White Sucker and Tullibee.

The water levels of the lake have changed slightly over the years, but since 1999 there has been a steady decline with one of the lowest levels recorded in 2003.

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