Parks And Open Spaces

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Lac La Biche County maintains dozens of outdoor areas for public use, including beaches and boat launches, parks and playgrounds, skating rinks and walking trails. The County also hangs decorative banners, hanging floral baskets and holiday decorations on major streets in the community.

In addition, the municipality maintains Willow Park Cemetery in the hamlet of Lac La Biche.

Lac La Biche County Parks & Playgrounds

Alexander Hamiliton Park
Alexander Hamilton Park Road, Lac La Biche

  • Community Garden
  • Disc Golf Course
  • Fire Pits
  • Off-leash Dog Park
  • Picnic Shelter
  • Skating Oval (seasonal)
  • Trout Pond
  • Walking Paths

See the park!

Bold Centre Sports Park
91 Ave, Lac La Biche 

  • Outdoor basketball and  tennis courts
  • Natural grass Soccer Field
  • Artificial Turf Sports Fields
  • 3 Baseball Diamonds
  • Outdoor 8 lanes rubberized running track

See the park!

Crescent Heights Playground
Corner of 96 st and 100 ave, Lac La Biche
  • Playground

Dumasfield Park
94 Ave, Lac La Biche

  • Outdoor Rink (seasonal)
  • Basketball Hoops
  • Picnic Tables
  • Playground
  • Small Skateboard Park

Fork Lake Campground Playground
Fork Lake, Hwy 867

  • Beach
  • Playground

Golden Sands Subdivision

  • Playground

Holowachuk Park
Birch Drive, Holowachuk
  • Outdoor Rink (Seasonal)
  • Basketball Hoops
  • Picnic Table
  • Playground

Jubilee Park
Sonny Blvd, Young's Beach
  • Playground
  • Picnic Tables
Lakeview Estates Park
Corner of Lakeview Drive at Elk Drive, Lakeview Estates
  • Playground
  • Picnic Table
  • Outdoor Rink (Seasonal)
  • Basketball Hoops

McArthur Park
99 St at the lakeshore, Lac La Biche
  • Beach
  • Beach Volleyball Court
  • Lifejacket Loaner Station
  • Paul Richard Memorial Spray Park (seasonal)
  • Playground
  • Picnic Tables
  • Rotary Outdoor Fitness Equipment
Note: More amenities are coming to McArthur Park! For more information :
Missawawii Phase 2 Park
  • Playground

Mission Village Park
  • Playground

Richard Devonian Park
101a Ave/Main Street, Lac La Biche 

  • Community Garden
  • Picnic Tables
  • Public Art
Mystic Beach Subdivision Park
  • Playground

Sunset Bay
  • Playground

In the Community


In addition to the playgrounds maintained by Lac La Biche County staff, residents can find playgrounds at the following locations. These playgrounds are maintained by local community groups and school boards: 

  1. Owl River Hall Playground
  2. Rich Lake Community Park
  3. Craigend Hall Community Park
  4. Plamondon Festival Centre
  5. Normandeau Community Park
  6. Hylo Community Park
  7. Russian Village
  8. Vera. M. Welsh Elementary School (Lac La Biche)
  9. Ecole Sainte-Catherine (Lac La Biche)
  10. Light of Christ Catholic School (Lac La Biche)
  11. Ecole Plamondon (Plamondon)

Outdoor Spaces

Knight of Columbus Grounds, located just outside of the hamlet of Lac La Biche on HWY. 663, features soccer fields, a hall, and more. The space must be booked before use through the local Knights of Columbus chapter.


Provincial Parks & Recreation Areas

There are three provincial parks and two provincial recreation areas boarding our County:


Sand, sun and surf are all on the itinerary. The vast sandy beach on the north shore of Beaver Lake beckons for a day of boating, fishing, sunbathing and swimming. Individual and group camping facilities are available for when the sun goes down. Adding to the convenience factor is the park’s location less than a five-minute drive outside the hamlet of Lac La Biche.


Campers and paddlers who appreciate having space to share and room to breathe will find a lot to enjoy about Crow Lake. The park is relatively remote but still easily accessible from Highway 63, and campground amenities are basic. Motorized watercraft are not permitted on the lake, so it’s just you and the sounds of your paddle as you go to spot wildlife in the nearby Crow Lake Ecological Reserve.


 One of the most unique parks in the province sprawls across seven islands, protecting old-growth forests where hundreds of bird species are known to congregate. The main islands (accessible by a paved causeway) feature a variety of camping options, including cabins and tipis, sandy beaches and trails winding through a special ecosystem hundreds of years in the making. 


There are no delusions of grandeur here, because we have size on our side. A combined 590 square kilometres of protected area covers 11 major lakes, all connected by portages and trails through the boreal forest. Mother Nature isn’t just your neighbour here – she’s your roommate. Lakeland is also an official Dark Sky Preserve and contains Alberta’s only backcountry paddling circuit.