This 144 acre slice of wilderness, like the original Karvonen site (D3-84), was preserved through the dedication and care of the Karvonen family and transferred to ACA for future generations to enjoy. The site is located approximately 10 km east of Boyle and is adjacent to Amisk Lake, although the lake is not easily accessible from here. The gently rolling hills slope downward from the west toward the lake on the east. Amisk Lake is popular for swimming, boating and angling for walleye, northern pike and perch. Orchids grow in small open areas along the lake's edge. Other recreational opportunities available in the area include wildlife viewing, berry picking and cross-country skiing. Chances of encountering moose, mule deer, pileated woodpeckers, alder flycatchers, warbling vireos and ruffed grouse are excellent.
Day use only. No open fires. Foot access only. No hunting.
Alberta Conservation Association, Suncor Energy Foundation