Karvonen 2 (D3-157)

Site Details

This 144-acre site is approximately 10 km E of Boyle and borders Amisk Lake, although the lake is not easily accessible from here. It was partially donated by the Karvonen family, with the remainder covered through a partnership with Suncor Energy Foundation. It can be accessed via Twp Rd 644A which ends at a private, gated road. The private road leads to a residence by the lake and visitors can walk along this road to access areas of the site, but it is not open for general vehicular traffic. The landscape slopes downward from the W toward the lake, and the site is forested with trembling aspen and white spruce. Amisk Lake is a popular angling spot for walleye, northern pike and perch.


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


Alberta Conservation Association, Suncor Energy Foundation

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