Cameron Lake (Alberta)
|Location||Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta|
|Primary outflows||Cameron Creek|
|Surface elevation||1,646 m (5,400 ft)|
Cameron Lake is at the end of the Akamina Parkway, Waterton Lakes National Park Alberta, Canada. It is named after Donald Roderick Cameron (1834–1921) a British Royal Artillery captain. The 49th parallel north runs through the southern end of the lake making part of it technically in Glacier County, Montana.
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