North shore of Moose Lake 200kms north of Edmonton, 10kms east of Bonnyville
Moose Lake Provincial Park Alberta.
Moose Lake campground contains 59 campsites suitable for both RV's and tents.
Some of the sites are well treed
providing good privacy however most are open to one another and somewhat poorly
laid out. The surrounding Jack Pine forest has
been cut back and thinned out to
prevent the spread of forest fires
so campsites are fairly open. Amenities include
group camping, clean sandy beach, showers, dry toilets, pump water, electricity,
fire wood available for sale, picnic tables, sani dump, swimming areas, boat
launch, fish cleaning station and play ground. There is also a golf course and a
few hiking trails located nearby.
Moose Lake offers good Northern Pike,
Walleye fishing. You'll need a
license to try your luck. This campground is good for adults and young
children, kids can spend hours on the beach and nearby playground. Boaters have
access to a well designed boat launch suited for both large and small
watercraft. The surrounding Jack Pine forest has been cut back and thinned out
to prevent the spread of a forest fire so campsites are fairly open to one
another. If Moose Lake
is not experiencing an algae bloom
it can be good for swimming. There is
a marked swimming area located off
the local beach. The lake can be very busy on weekends and is heavily populated
with recreational use. The nearby town of Bonnyville
is worth exploring and has all the amenities one would need. Night skies here rank #3-4 on the Bortle Scale.
See the official web site link below for fees, opening and
Local campgrounds include
Whitney Lakes Ross Lake