Pelican Point Park is at Massive Buffalo Lake that is one of Alberta’s best-kept secrets, and with nearly 100 square kilometres of water surface. A great location for canoeing, kayaking, power boating, wind surfing, and water skiing.
Dried Meat Lake
Dried Meat Lake is a naturally wide section of the Battle River. The Edberg Weir was built in 1975 (then heightened in 2010) to dam the waters as a drinking source for the City of Camrose. It's an ideal spot for novice paddlers.
Nature Conservation Centre
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, go for a walk, canoe, or even scuba dive. The picnic area has a gazebo, fire pits, playground, and washroom facilities.
Duhamel to Aberhart Bridge
This is a must-do for everyone who wants to Paddle the Battle. There are no obstructions along the route and no rapids, so this is also an excellent route for families. Distance 18 km, approximate time 3-4 hours.
Little Beaver Lake
Little Beaver Lake is an excellent choice for paddlers not interested in travelling great distances. The Ferintosh campground has a central boat launch for bigger boats and canoes.
Edberg to Ferry Point
There are very few meanders along this section of the river! If you want a “straight-forward” paddle, this is as good as you get on the Battle. The wide river maintains a good flow level throughout the summer. Distance 12 km, approximate time 3-4 hours.