shore of Gull Lake in Aspen Beach Provincial Park approximately 29kms
northwest of Red Deer Alberta.
Brewers campground contains 300 campsites for both RV's and tents.
Due to it's close proximity to Red Deer,
it fills fast on weekends.
Amenities include group camping,
handicap spots, large sandy beach, swimming, wind surfing, sailing, boating,
water skiing, play grounds, picnic shelters, public phone, concession, showers,
water, fire wood, picnic tables, sani dump, boat launch, boat dock, fish cleaning
stations, ice fishing, hiking, bird watching and off site snowmobiling. Fire wood
is available for sale.
Gull Lake is excellent for swimming. Kids will love the warm shallow water
at Aspen Beach. It's also good for boating, water skiing, sailing, canoeing and
kayaking. Boaters will find a well designed boat launch and dock. Gull lake
northern Pike and
fishing, you'll need a
license to try your luck. The campsites are well treed and
in the surrounding Boreal Forest
with a few choice sites backing onto Gull Lake. Gull Lake is part of the
Red Deer River Basin with an
approximate total surface area of 80.6sqkms and an
average depth of
maximum depth of
Aspen Beach Provincial Park also
attracts a large variety of
migrating waterfowl making it a great
place for birders. There is well
constructed walkway leading through
a nearby marsh complete with
telescopes that are mounted on
observing platforms. Aspen Beach Provincial Park is one
of the most heavily used
recreational lakes in Alberta. A
golf course and farmers market are also located nearby.
Night skies here rank #5 on the Bortle Scale. See the official web site link below for fees, opening and closing dates.
Local campgrounds include
Gleniffer Reservoir Campground,
Lakeview Campground and