Reel in a relaxing adventure on the Peace River

The lakes and rivers of the Mighty Peace Region are an angler’s dream. Lakes such as Running Lake and Figure Eight Lake are stocked with Rainbow Trout and other fish, and the wildly productive Peace River is home to Arctic Grayling, Bull and Rainbow Trout, Walleye, Northern Pike, and more. Catch your next fish tail here—or your next fish tale.


Fishing Related Businesses

Simon Lake

Joker Lake

Sawn Lake

Blue Bridge Campground

Shell True North Pond

Moonshine Lake

Kakut Lake Campground

Watino Boat Launch

Cotillion Park

Spring Lake Campground

Cadotte Lake

McLennan Municipal Kimiwan Campground

Murphy’s Flats

Peace River Boat Launches 

Dunvegan Boat Launch

Pratt’s Landing Boat Launch

Strong Creek Park Boat Launch

Shaftesbury Boat Launch

Running LakeBoat Launch

Sulphur Lake Boat Launch

Stoney Lake Boat Launch

Ole’s Lake Boat Launch

Carter’s Camp Boat Launch

Many Islands Boat Launch

Dunvegan Provincial Park

Fishing Related Trips

The Outdoor Adventure Vacation Your Kids Will Tell Their Kids About

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Relax Where Nature and Nurture Coexist

Hines Creek is a small community with a big heart. Discover the stunning scenery, friendly locals, and vibrant music scene around Hines Creek.

Must-see fishing destinations in the Mighty Peace

Longer days and warmer weather have anglers eager to escape with their families and get lines in the water. Here are our some of our must-see fishing destinations in the Mighty Peace. Figure 8 Lake This Lake may seem small - but it certainly is mighty!

5 great places to river fish along the Peace River

The Peace River is home to Arctic Grayling, Burbot (Ling Cod), Goldeye, Mountain Whitefish, Northern Pike (jackfish), and Walleye (sometimes mistakenly referred to as Pickerel), according to the Alberta Fishing Guide. Here are some great spots along the mighty peace to throw in your hook: Strong Creek Park This is such a gorgeous and peaceful area with lots of spots to throw in your hook and fish from the riverbank. Strong Creek Park is located along Shaftsbury Trail and is also an entry point for people who are kayaking, paddleboarding or tubing down the river.