Tourist Attractions

Devonshire Beach

Devonshire Beach is found at the south end of Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park and is recognized as one of the 10 top beaches in Canada. This 1.5-kilometer stretch of natural and groomed sandy beach is a great place to spend an afternoon swimming, building sandcastles, relaxing and watching the waves come in. Devonshire Beach is also the host to a summer sandcastle competition. The Devonshire Beach has a dog-friendly beach at the southernmost portion, accessible from a small gravel parking lot above the Devonshire Beach RV Campground. Because the beach is within a provincial park, dogs must remain on leashes for the protection of wildlife. Doggie bag dispensers are provided so that you can pick up after your pooch. Our beach is not to be missed during your visit to the Slave Lake Region.

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Township Rd 732A
Slave Lake, AB T0G 2A0
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Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park

Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park is a provincial park and birdwatching area located in north-central Alberta, Canada. The park is located on the northeastern shore of the Lesser Slave Lake, 12 km north from the town of Slave Lake on Highway 88.