Discover Slave Lake

You will find the beauty of the Slave Lake Region only a short 2.5-hour drive north of Edmonton, AB.   Known for the second largest lake in Alberta, Lesser Slave Lake, our region offers year-round activities for tourists and outdoor enthusiasts alike. Activities including, visiting our pristine white sand beaches, a challenging 18-hole golf course, and some of the best boating, fishing, and hiking adventures in Alberta. We are “THE FISHING CAPITAL OF ALBERTA” whether it’s in the summer or winter. Come for some of the best fishing tournaments in the Province!

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Gather with family and friends for the many exciting events hosted annually within the region. Enjoy the annual Angler’s Cup Fishing Tournament, Show n’ Shine Car show, Riverboat Daze, Smith Fall Fair & Rodeo, SL & Area Slam Ice Fishing Tournament and the regions newest addition, Beach Fest coming Aug. 12 & 13, 2023. Beach Fest includes an event we are excited to bring back to shores of Lesser Slave Lake, the Sandcastle Championship on Devonshire Beach.  There is something for everyone almost every weekend in and around The Slave Lake Region.

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Discover Lake Life

“Going to the Lake” takes on a whole new meaning when visiting Alberta’s largest automobile-accessible lake—over 1,150 square kilometers!  In the summer, enjoy paddle boarding, boating, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, water skiing, or just relax at one of Canada’s top 10 beaches. Devonshire beach offers 1.5 kms of natural and groomed, pristine white sand beaches. There are many options for camping right on or near the lake at our extensive list of private and provincial campgrounds. In the winter our lake offers incredible ice fishing opportunities. There are numerous ice fishing shack rental companies that offer a unique experience. Lake life, may it be any season, is fun for the whole family.  Come for the adventure. Stay for the lifestyle.

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