HIKING

Nature Conservation Centre Trail

The Nature Conservation Centre is a beautiful day-use area in the southeast corner of Camrose County. This is a great place to watch birds, fish, go for a walk, canoe, or even scuba dive. The picnic area has a gazebo, fire pits, playground, and washroom facilities. The trails are up to 40 min walk.

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Meeting Creek Natural Linear Park Trails

Meeting Creek trail is an important piece of Canadian Northern history as well as an environment for plants birds and wildlife that is second to none on the prairies. All trails are open year-round. TRAIL LOCATIONS: Visit the map interpretative sign near the elevator for directions to the trails. 

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Miquelon Provincial Park Trails

A fun getaway at all times of the year with many trails for hiking, mountain biking, or skiing. Families can enjoy a number of playgrounds and summer interpretive programs. Miquelon is part of the Beaver Hills Dark Sky Preserve and is a nice spot to watch the stars and Northern Lights at Hesje Observatory! 

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Contact Us

Economic Development Officer - Lina Petkeviciene

3755 - 43 Avenue,
Camrose, Alberta, T4V 3S8

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Email: ecdev@county.camrose.ab.ca

Phone: (780) 678-3070

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Telegraph Park Trails

Hay Lakes Telegraph Park is full of history. It's a great place to spend a weekend. It has a beautiful campground, a picnic shelter, a day-use area, hiking trails, a horseshoe pit, interpretive trails, a playground, and a fishing pond.

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Bittern Lake Trails

Access to the trails is on the east side of the village. The trails are on private land and are maintained by volunteers. The trails are suitable for ATV users, pedestrians or mountain bikers. Some areas have high grass and bumpy parts.

Pelican Point Trails

Discover these short trails behind the Pelican Point Campground marina. These trails are easy and accommodating, making them ideal for all families. Take a walk or bicycle ride and enjoy the bird's sounds and views of Buffalo Lake.

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Happy Valley Trails

Happy Valley is a great destination for mountain biking or cross-country skiing enthusiasts. To access it, ride to the south end of Old Timer and go under the train trestle to access the Happy Valley trail system. Happy Valley trails are on privately owned land. The owner generously maintains the wide trail for anyone to visit.

Middle Battle River Trail

It is part of the Waskahegan Trail. The hike is a 10 km round trip along forest paths with views of the glorious Battle River Valley. Starting from Range Road 212C, on the east side of Hwy 21 and going to Fidler’s Monument (for Peter Fidler, one of the primary explorers/map makers of western Canada). 

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Chickadee Trails

Chickadee Trail is located in the Gwynn Valley. The 3.1 km trail features a river and chickadee birdhouses! Don't forget bird seeds. The chickadees love them!

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Camrose Trails

The City of Camrose has many beautiful trails for walking, biking and cross-country skiing in the beautiful Stoney Creek Valley.

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