The Lac La Biche Region is your gateway to the incredible woods and waters of the Lakeland. The region is a year-round playground for those in search of authentic outdoor adventure, cultural connections and must-see events. We offer you the chance to discover something new and exciting, something to write home about, without even needing to go far from home.
Live like a modern voyageur and conquer the Lakeland Canoe Circuit, feel the rumble as wagon racers round the bend at Kikino Métis Settlement's Silver Birch Rodeo, or close your eyes and listen to the waves while you lie on the beach. What will be your Lac La Biche Region story?
Lac La Biche Region Visitor Guide: Discover a natural and cultural fusion
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Conquer Alberta's only backcountry paddling route, the Lakeland Canoe Circuit, a 40-kilometre journey through primeval wilderness.
Behold constellations, meteor showers and the Northern Lights in a Dark Sky Preserve.
Rent a canoe, kayak or stand-up paddleboard and explore the islands of Lac La Biche Lake.
Hike, ride or ski through towering old-growth forests that feel untouched by the outside world.
Spot classic Canadian wildlife like beavers and moose in the woods and wetlands, and bring your birdwatching binoculars. As many as 200 bird species flock to our region - how many can you glimpse in an outing?
See history come to life at the Lac La Biche Mission. Join us for multicultural Canada Day celebrations at this National Historic Site.
Surround yourself with Indigenous culture at Beaver Lake Cree Nation and Heart Lake First Nation powwows.
Don your best Western attire and join the cowboy-style fun at local rodeos.
Witness the high-octane thrills of the Winter Festival of Speed, on the frozen surface of Lac La Biche Lake. In the summertime, indulge your inner mud racer at Plamondon Mud Bogs.
Immerse yourself in the region's long and colourful backstory at local museums.
Brush up on your conversational français in the hamlet of Plamondon.
Visit the Farmers Market on Friday afternoons for fresh produce and a community showcase of locally made, multicultural goods.
Relax in one of hundreds of drive-in campsites, a cabin or even a tipi on a weekend getaway with rustic comforts.
Golf our green fairways to heaven. The Lac La Biche Golf & Country Club has 18 holes in a spectacular lakefront setting.
Lounge in the summer sun on a white sand beach, steps away from where you parked, but miles away from all your cares.
Pay a visit to Fat Unicorn Brewery, south of Plamondon, to taste a locally brewed ale, IPA or lager.
Reel in the catch of a lifetime on one of over 150 lakes.
Connect with locals at the Lac La Biche Legion on Steak Night every Friday evening, and take in the incredible sunset over the lake as you dine.
See for yourself how others are experiencing the natural beauty and culture of Lac La Biche County and the Lac La Biche Region. Check out our #TakeItToTheLake advertising campaign in partnership with Athabasca County, Municipal District of Bonnyville and Town of Vermilion, and supported by Travel Alberta's Cooperative Marketing Investment Program.