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region |alberta north SHAW LAKE TRAIL MAYBELLE RIVER WILDLAND PROVINCIAL PARK Enjoy backcountry camping and hiking, wildlife viewing, fishing in the summer and snowmobiling in the winter. The park also protects the largest active sand field in Alberta — the Athabasca Dunes Ecological Reserve — where you can hike, board, or ride the dunes. Located north of Fort McMurray. 1-800-565-3947, albertaparks.ca/richardson-river-dunes 35 WOOD BUFFALO NATIONAL PARK FORT CHIPEWYAN 58 This park runs through the heart of Grande Prairie and is host to many of the city’s concerts, festivals and events. The area attracts locals and visitors alike throughout the year to its inviting amphitheatre and calm Crystal Lake. With an outdoor pool, BMX bike track, dog park, lawn-bowling green, mini-golf course, spray park and skateboard park, there is a near-endless number of activities for the entire family. cityofgp.com N TERR ITO R IES 58 HIGH LEVEL RAINBOW LAKE FORT VERMILION 35 MUSKOSEEPI PARK N O R T H W EST 88 LE CRETE 697 BRITISH In the majestic wilderness of Lakeland Provincial Park, you can take this historic trail past huge glacial lakes, sandy beaches and impressive shorelines. Archaeological evidence in the area also suggests that people of the Woods Cree, Chipewyan, Blackfoot, Sekani, Sarcee and Beaver occupied the region as far back as 7,500 years ago. 780- 623-5235, albertaparks.ca/lakeland-pp FORT McMURRAY 35 CLEARDALE RED EARTH CREEK 64 HINES CREEK GRIMSHAW 2 FAIRVIEW 49 2A DUNVEGAN RYCROFT FALHER SPIRIT RIVER 43 BEAVERLODGE 59 63 88 MANNING 2 49 SEXSMITH 43 WEMBLEY GRANDE PRAIRIE 40 PEACE RIVER 2 WABASCA McLENNAN 49 2 88 HIGH PRAIRIE 2A 2 SLAVE LAKE VALLEYVIEW 43 63 754 33 44 2 ATHABASCA SWAN HILLS FOX CREEK 32 33 55 TO LAC LA BICHE BOYLE 2 63 Muskoseepi Park 77