Conservation sites offer Albertans spaces to enjoy fishing, hunting, hiking and exploring the outdoors.

We are happy to have you visit the sites and are even happier when you continue to follow all public health guidelines. We appreciate how you keep fishing friendly plus sites clean and safe for everyone to enjoy.

Pigeon Lake (D3-89)

Site Details

This 160-acre site is located at the northwest corner of Pigeon Lake in the Parkland region of central Alberta. The vegetation consists of mature native shrubs and grasses. Wildlife found in the area includes white-tailed and mule deer, moose, black bear, grouse and a variety of small mammals and songbirds. Tide Creek runs through the site and provides important spawning areas for walleye, northern pike and suckers.


Day use only. No open fires. Foot access only.


Alberta Environment and Parks, Alberta Fish & Game Association, Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks & Wildlife Foundation, Zone 3 Fish & Game clubs

Quarter Sections


Wildlife Management Units


Make sure you have the latest Hunting and Sportfishing Regulations.

We are currently performing maintenance on this section of the website. Please check back soon.