Ole’s Lake campground is a hidden gem for campers to enjoy! Relax and kick back in one of the secluded, well treed campsites available. If getting active is your thing - this calm, sparkling lake is a great place for the entire family to swim, paddle board, kayak, canoe or play on the beach! Slow it down with a relaxing walk on the trails and watch for the birds and wildlife that inhabit the area. There is also a great park for kids to enjoy.
The Peace Region’s crisp clear winters can be enjoyed on and around our lakes while ice fishing, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing!
Ole’s Lake is 93km Northwest of Hines Creek on highway 64. Campground open mid May to mid September.
For information call – 780-685-3925
Fill your thermos with hot chocolate and head out to Ole’s Lake for an exciting winter adventure in the Mighty Peace. Views of the frozen lake make for a scenic snowshoe excursion - watch for wildlife enjoying their winter habitat. Ice fishing is also available. Kids will discover new snowy games on the playground and everyone can warm up as needed around a toasty campfire. Be prepared for access roads and parking lots to be cleared of snow sporadically.
Get There: Ole’s Lake is 93km Northwest of Hines Creek on Highway 64.
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Bear Canyon, Alberta
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