This 289-acre site is located approximately 22 km east of Vegreville. From Vegreville, travel east on Highway 16 until RR 125. Turn north on RR 125 and travel for approximately 2.5 km to access the west boundary, or access the east boundary via RR 124. This historically grazed site now consists of forests of trembling aspen and balsam poplar with a thick understory of beaked hazelnut, prickly rose and bracted honeysuckle, as well as several wetlands and pastures scattered throughout. The rolling hills and diverse landscape contributes to the abundance of wildlife found there, including black bears, white-tailed deer, elk, moose and waterfowl. The site also provides excellent hunting, hiking and birdwatching opportunities. Enjoy a walk around or watch some wildlife from the viewing platform.
To protect sensitive shorebirds and their habitat, do not walk on beaches and shorelines of waterbodies identified on the site map from April 15 to August 15. Day use only. No open fires. Foot access only.
Alberta Conservation Association, Alberta Fish and Game Association, Ducks Unlimited Canada, Conoco Phillips Canada
Wildlife Management Units