Miquelon Lake Provincial Park

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Miquelon Lake Provincial Park is a provincial park in Alberta, Canada, about 65 kilometres southeast of the city of Edmonton. The park features several lakes, the largest of them being Miquelon Lake.


In 1920, the area that was to be Miquelon Lake Provincial Park was designated as a bird sanctuary.[1] The park was established on May 20, 1958.[citation needed]


  • Beach: On the shallow western side, a beach is located, along with phones, playgrounds, paved paths, and several other amenities. The beach has a designated swimming area.[2]
  • Birding: Many species of birds stop at this location in their migration patterns.
  • Boating: There is a hand-launch at the park. The largest lake, Miquelon Lake, is available for boating.
  • Camping: Numerous campsites are available, in multiple different blocks.[1] There are options for electricity campsites and electricity-less campsites.
  • Sports: Ice skating, cross-country skiing paths, hiking trails, snowshoeing paths, and a golf course are located at or near the park.[3]


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Coordinates: 53°15′03″N 112°52′52″W / 53.25083°N 112.88111°W / 53.25083; -112.88111 (Miquelon Lake Provincial Park)