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This is a list of provincial parks in the Canadian province of Alberta. They are maintained by Alberta Parks. For a list of protected areas in Alberta, see the List of protected areas of Alberta.

Provincial parks

Provincial parks are established under the Provincial Parks Act to "support outdoor recreation, heritage tourism and natural heritage appreciation activities that depend on and are compatible with the natural environment".[1] Provincial parks differ from wildland provincial parks in that the former have better road access and allow a greater range of activities for users. Provincial parks have a focus on a variety of outdoor recreational uses and enjoyment of the natural environment.[1]

Name Sub-region Established Image Coordinates
Antelope Hill Provincial Park Special Area No. 2 2014-12-04[2] 51°43′31″N 111°55′48″W / 51.7254°N 111.9301°W / 51.7254; -111.9301
Aspen Beach Provincial Park Lacombe County 1932-11-21
52°27′44″N 113°58′36″W / 52.46222°N 113.97667°W / 52.46222; -113.97667[3]
Beauvais Lake Provincial Park Pincher Creek No. 9 1954-02-01 49°24′51″N 114°6′54″W / 49.41417°N 114.11500°W / 49.41417; -114.11500[4]
Big Hill Springs Provincial Park Rocky View County 1957
51°15′6″N 114°23′13″W / 51.25167°N 114.38694°W / 51.25167; -114.38694[5]
Big Island Provincial Park Edmonton 2023 53°26′26″N 113°38′45″W / 53.44056°N 113.64583°W / 53.44056; -113.64583
Big Knife Provincial Park County of Paintearth No. 18 1962-10-02 52°29′23″N 112°12′38″W / 52.48972°N 112.21056°W / 52.48972; -112.21056[6]
Bow Valley Provincial Park Kananaskis Improvement District
Municipal District of Bighorn No. 8
1959-07-27
51°4′19″N 115°4′31″W / 51.07194°N 115.07528°W / 51.07194; -115.07528[7]
Bragg Creek Provincial Park Rocky View County 1960-01-19
50°56′21″N 114°35′0″W / 50.93917°N 114.58333°W / 50.93917; -114.58333[8]
Brown-Lowery Provincial Park Foothills No. 31 1992-10-29
50°48′50″N 114°25′50″W / 50.81389°N 114.43056°W / 50.81389; -114.43056[9]
Calling Lake Provincial Park Municipal District of Opportunity No. 17 1991 55°10′47″N 113°16′21″W / 55.17972°N 113.27250°W / 55.17972; -113.27250[10]
Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park Kananaskis Improvement District 1998-12-09[11]
51°5′33″N 115°23′24″W / 51.09250°N 115.39000°W / 51.09250; -115.39000[12]
Carson-Pegasus Provincial Park Woodlands County 1982-05-19
54°18′8″N 115°38′24″W / 54.30222°N 115.64000°W / 54.30222; -115.64000[13]
Castle Provincial Park Pincher Creek No. 9 2017-01-20[14] 49°25′53″N 114°23′36″W / 49.4314°N 114.3933°W / 49.4314; -114.3933
Chain Lakes Provincial Park Ranchland No. 66 1969-12-23
50°12′0″N 114°11′0″W / 50.20000°N 114.18333°W / 50.20000; -114.18333[15]
Cold Lake Provincial Park Bonnyville No. 87 1976-08-18
54°28′0″N 110°7′0″W / 54.46667°N 110.11667°W / 54.46667; -110.11667[16]
Crimson Lake Provincial Park Clearwater County 1955-11-22
52°27′57″N 115°2′44″W / 52.46583°N 115.04556°W / 52.46583; -115.04556[17]
Cross Lake Provincial Park Lesser Slave River No. 124 1955-11-22 54°39′11″N 113°47′40″W / 54.65306°N 113.79444°W / 54.65306; -113.79444[18]
Crow Lake Provincial Park Lac La Biche County 2000-11-04[19] 55°47′57″N 112°8′45″W / 55.79917°N 112.14583°W / 55.79917; -112.14583[20]
Cypress Hills Provincial Park Cypress County 1951
49°38′0″N 110°12′30″W / 49.63333°N 110.20833°W / 49.63333; -110.20833[21]
Dillberry Lake Provincial Park Wainwright No. 61 1957-01-08
52°34′0″N 110°2′0″W / 52.56667°N 110.03333°W / 52.56667; -110.03333[22]
Dinosaur Provincial Park County of Newell
Special Area No. 2
1955
50°47′0″N 111°30′0″W / 50.78333°N 111.50000°W / 50.78333; -111.50000[23]
Dry Island Buffalo Jump Provincial Park Kneehill County
Starland County
County of Stettler No. 6
1970-12-15
51°56′38″N 112°57′49″W / 51.94389°N 112.96361°W / 51.94389; -112.96361[24]
Dunvegan Provincial Park Fairview No. 136 1992-07-11
55°55′25″N 118°35′40″W / 55.92361°N 118.59444°W / 55.92361; -118.59444[25]
Eagle Point Provincial Park Brazeau County 2007-08-29[26] 53°15′8″N 114°51′57″W / 53.25222°N 114.86583°W / 53.25222; -114.86583[27]
Fish Creek Provincial Park Calgary 1975-06-10
50°55′18″N 114°3′30″W / 50.92167°N 114.05833°W / 50.92167; -114.05833[28]
Garner Lake Provincial Park Smoky Lake County 54°10′57″N 111°44′41″W / 54.18250°N 111.74472°W / 54.18250; -111.74472[29]
Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park Rocky View County
51°9′42″N 114°21′40″W / 51.16167°N 114.36111°W / 51.16167; -114.36111[30]
Gooseberry Lake Provincial Park Special Area No. 4 1966 52°7′1″N 110°45′33″W / 52.11694°N 110.75917°W / 52.11694; -110.75917[31]
Greene Valley Provincial Park Northern Sunrise County 2000-06-06[32]
56°8′17″N 117°13′23″W / 56.13806°N 117.22306°W / 56.13806; -117.22306[33]
Gregoire Lake Provincial Park Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo
56°29′6″N 111°10′58″W / 56.48500°N 111.18278°W / 56.48500; -111.18278[34]
Hilliard's Bay Provincial Park Big Lakes County 55°30′13″N 115°58′46″W / 55.50361°N 115.97944°W / 55.50361; -115.97944[35]
Jarvis Bay Provincial Park Lacombe County 1965-07-08 52°20′43″N 114°5′11″W / 52.34528°N 114.08639°W / 52.34528; -114.08639[36]
Kinbrook Island Provincial Park County of Newell 50°26′4″N 111°56′30″W / 50.43444°N 111.94167°W / 50.43444; -111.94167[37]
Lakeland Provincial Park and Recreation Area Lac La Biche County 54°45′10″N 111°32′50″W / 54.75278°N 111.54722°W / 54.75278; -111.54722[38]
Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park Lesser Slave River No. 124 55°24′44″N 114°48′49″W / 55.41222°N 114.81361°W / 55.41222; -114.81361[39]
Little Bow Provincial Park Vulcan County 50°13′49″N 112°55′47″W / 50.23028°N 112.92972°W / 50.23028; -112.92972[40]
Little Fish Lake Provincial Park Special Area No. 2
51°22′22″N 112°11′47″W / 51.37278°N 112.19639°W / 51.37278; -112.19639[41]
Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park Sturgeon County 2005-04-19[42]
53°35′44″N 113°43′51″W / 53.59556°N 113.73083°W / 53.59556; -113.73083[43]
Long Lake Provincial Park Thorhild County 1957-03-25 54°26′35″N 112°46′16″W / 54.4430556°N 112.7711111°W / 54.4430556; -112.7711111[44]
Midland Provincial Park Drumheller
Starland County
1979-06-05
51°28′41″N 112°46′20″W / 51.47806°N 112.77222°W / 51.47806; -112.77222[45]
Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Camrose County 1958-05-20
53°15′3″N 112°52′52″W / 53.25083°N 112.88111°W / 53.25083; -112.88111[46]
Moonshine Lake Provincial Park Saddle Hills County 1959-04-09 55°52′47″N 119°12′56″W / 55.8797223°N 119.2155556°W / 55.8797223; -119.2155556[47]
Moose Lake Provincial Park Bonnyville No. 87 1967-04-19
54°16′17″N 110°55′48″W / 54.27139°N 110.93000°W / 54.27139; -110.93000[48]
Notikewin Provincial Park County of Northern Lights 1979-11-20 57°13′14″N 117°08′25″W / 57.2205555°N 117.1402778°W / 57.2205555; -117.1402778[49]
O'Brien Provincial Park Greenview No. 16 55°03′58″N 118°49′17″W / 55.0661111°N 118.8213889°W / 55.0661111; -118.8213889[50]
Obed Lake Provincial Park Yellowhead County 2000-12-20[51] 53°33′47″N 117°5′32″W / 53.56306°N 117.09222°W / 53.56306; -117.09222[52]
Park Lake Provincial Park Lethbridge County
49°48′46″N 112°55′12″W / 49.81278°N 112.92000°W / 49.81278; -112.92000[53]
Pembina River Provincial Park Yellowhead County 1953 53°36′28″N 114°59′50″W / 53.60778°N 114.99722°W / 53.60778; -114.99722[54]
Peter Lougheed Provincial Park Kananaskis Improvement District 1977
50°41′58″N 115°11′16″W / 50.69944°N 115.18778°W / 50.69944; -115.18778[55]
Pierre Grey's Lakes Provincial Park Greenview No. 16 53°54′11″N 118°35′25″W / 53.90306°N 118.59028°W / 53.90306; -118.59028[56]
Pigeon Lake Provincial Park County of Wetaskiwin No. 10 1962
53°02′07″N 114°09′40″W / 53.0352777°N 114.1611111°W / 53.0352777; -114.1611111[57]
Police Outpost Provincial Park Cardston County 49°0′22″N 113°27′44″W / 49.00611°N 113.46222°W / 49.00611; -113.46222[58]
Queen Elizabeth Provincial Park Peace No. 135 56°13′07″N 117°41′38″W / 56.218611°N 117.6938889°W / 56.218611; -117.6938889[59]
Ram Falls Provincial Park Clearwater County
52°05′49″N 115°50′21″W / 52.0969444°N 115.8391667°W / 52.0969444; -115.8391667[60]
Red Lodge Provincial Park Red Deer County 51°56′40″N 114°14′39″W / 51.9444445°N 114.2441667°W / 51.9444445; -114.2441667[61]
Rochon Sands Provincial Park County of Stettler No. 6
52°27′39″N 112°53′15″W / 52.4608333°N 112.8875°W / 52.4608333; -112.8875[62]
Rock Lake Provincial Park Yellowhead County 53°28′59″N 118°13′35″W / 53.48306°N 118.22639°W / 53.48306; -118.22639[63]
Saskatoon Island Provincial Park Grande Prairie County No. 1 1973
55°12′14″N 119°05′08″W / 55.2038889°N 119.0855556°W / 55.2038889; -119.0855556[64]
Sheep River Provincial Park Kananaskis Improvement District 2001-07-24[65] 50°39′07″N 114°37′27″W / 50.6519444°N 114.6241666°W / 50.6519444; -114.6241666[66]
Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park Lac La Biche County 2010
54°49′55″N 111°58′22″W / 54.8319445°N 111.9727778°W / 54.8319445; -111.9727778[67]
Spray Valley Provincial Park Kananaskis Improvement District 2000-09-20[68]
50°53′38″N 115°17′06″W / 50.8938888°N 115.285°W / 50.8938888; -115.285[69]
Strathcona Science Provincial Park Strathcona County 1979
53°33′39″N 113°23′02″W / 53.5608°N 113.384°W / 53.5608; -113.384
Sundance Provincial Park Yellowhead County 1999-04-28[70]
53°40′13″N 116°52′1″W / 53.67028°N 116.86694°W / 53.67028; -116.86694[71]
Thunder Lake Provincial Park County of Barrhead No. 11 1958-01-28 54°7′47″N 114°43′41″W / 54.12972°N 114.72806°W / 54.12972; -114.72806[72]
Tillebrook Provincial Park County of Newell 1965-07-20 50°32′13″N 111°48′52″W / 50.53694°N 111.81444°W / 50.53694; -111.81444[73]
Two Lakes Provincial Park Greenview No. 16 1952 54°22′0″N 119°46′2″W / 54.36667°N 119.76722°W / 54.36667; -119.76722[74]
Vermilion Provincial Park County of Vermilion River 1953-05-29
53°22′7″N 110°54′34″W / 53.36861°N 110.90944°W / 53.36861; -110.90944[75]
Wabamun Lake Provincial Park Parkland County 1993 53°33′46″N 114°29′9″W / 53.56278°N 114.48583°W / 53.56278; -114.48583[76]
Whitney Lakes Provincial Park County of St. Paul No. 19 1982-06-23 53°51′0″N 110°32′0″W / 53.85000°N 110.53333°W / 53.85000; -110.53333[77]
William A. Switzer Provincial Park Yellowhead County 1958-12-22
53°30′0″N 117°48′0″W / 53.50000°N 117.80000°W / 53.50000; -117.80000[78]
Williamson Provincial Park Greenview No. 16 1971-08-03
55°4′57″N 117°33′35″W / 55.08250°N 117.55972°W / 55.08250; -117.55972[79]
Willow Creek Provincial Park Willow Creek No. 26 1957-12-10 50°7′2″N 113°46′9″W / 50.11722°N 113.76917°W / 50.11722; -113.76917[80]
Winagami Lake Provincial Park Smoky River No. 130 2000-11-15[81] 55°38′36″N 116°40′47″W / 55.64333°N 116.67972°W / 55.64333; -116.67972[82]
Woolford Provincial Park Cardston County 1967 49°10′41″N 113°11′28″W / 49.1780556°N 113.1911111°W / 49.1780556; -113.1911111[83]
Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park Warner County No. 5 2011
49°05′00″N 111°38′00″W / 49.0833334°N 111.6333333°W / 49.0833334; -111.6333333[84]
Wyndham-Carseland Provincial Park Wheatland County
Vulcan County
1979 50°49′54″N 113°25′47″W / 50.8316667°N 113.4297222°W / 50.8316667; -113.4297222[85]
Young's Point Provincial Park Greenview No. 16 1998-08-26[86] 55°08′37″N 117°34′02″W / 55.1436111°N 117.5672222°W / 55.1436111; -117.5672222[87]

Wildland parks

Wildland provincial parks are established under the Provincial Parks Act to "preserve and protect natural heritage and provide opportunities for backcountry recreation". "Wildland provincial parks are large, undeveloped natural landscapes that retain their primeval character."[1] Wildland parks are more remote and offer more difficult access than provincial parks. In addition, recreational activities are more limited to minimize visitor impacts on the natural environment.[1]

Name Sub-region Established Image Coordinates
Birch Mountains Wildland Provincial Park[88] Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo 2000-12-20[89] 57°30′N 113°0′W / 57.500°N 113.000°W / 57.500; -113.000
Birch River Wildland Provincial Park[90] Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo 2018-05-14[91] 57°49′N 113°28′W / 57.817°N 113.467°W / 57.817; -113.467
Bluerock Wildland Provincial Park[92] Kananaskis Improvement District 2001-07-24[93] 50°38′33″N 114°39′15″W / 50.6424°N 114.6543°W / 50.6424; -114.6543
Bob Creek Wildland Provincial Park[94] Ranchland No. 66 1999-05-12[95] 50°0′N 114°20′W / 50.000°N 114.333°W / 50.000; -114.333
Bow Valley Wildland Provincial Park[96] Kananaskis Improvement District
Canmore
Municipal District of Bighorn No. 8
1998-12-09[97] 51°0′N 115°15′W / 51.000°N 115.250°W / 51.000; -115.250
Brazeau Canyon Wildland Provincial Park[98] Yellowhead County 2000-12-20[99] 52°48′36″N 116°46′25″W / 52.8101°N 116.7737°W / 52.8101; -116.7737
Caribou Mountains Wildland Provincial Park[100] Mackenzie County 2001-07-24[101] 59°19′00″N 114°58′01″W / 59.3167°N 114.967°W / 59.3167; -114.967
Castle Wildland Provincial Park[102] Pincher Creek No. 9 2017-01-20[103] 49°14′28″N 114°14′38″W / 49.241°N 114.244°W / 49.241; -114.244
Chinchaga Wildland Provincial Park[104] Clear Hills County 1999-12-15[105] 57°07′59″N 119°33′00″W / 57.1331°N 119.55°W / 57.1331; -119.55
Dillon River Wildland Provincial Park[106] Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo 2018-05-14[107] 56°08′06″N 110°10′12″W / 56.1351°N 110.1700°W / 56.1351; -110.1700
Don Getty Wildland Provincial Park[108] Ranchland No. 66
Kananaskis Improvement District
Municipal District of Bighorn No. 8
2001-07-24[109] 50°53′24″N 114°59′21″W / 50.89°N 114.9892°W / 50.89; -114.9892
Dunvegan West Wildland Provincial Park[110] Saddle Hills County 2000-12-20[111] 56°10′04″N 119°32′43″W / 56.1678°N 119.5452°W / 56.1678; -119.5452
Elbow-Sheep Wildland Provincial Park[112] Kananaskis Improvement District 1995[113]
50°38′06″N 115°00′58″W / 50.635°N 115.016°W / 50.635; -115.016
Fidler-Greywillow Wildland Provincial Park[114] Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo 1998-03[115] 58°56′11″N 110°37′08″W / 58.9364°N 110.6189°W / 58.9364; -110.6189
Fort Assiniboine Sandhills Wildland Provincial Park[116] Woodlands County 1997[117] 54°24′N 114°36′W / 54.400°N 114.600°W / 54.400; -114.600
Gipsy Lake Wildland Provincial Park[118] Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo 2000-12-20[119] 56°29′43″N 110°23′17″W / 56.4953°N 110.388°W / 56.4953; -110.388
Grand Rapids Wildland Provincial Park[120] Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo
Municipal District of Opportunity No. 17
2000-12-20[121] 56°29′01″N 112°20′25″W / 56.4837°N 112.3402°W / 56.4837; -112.3402
Grizzly Ridge Wildland Provincial Park[122] Lesser Slave River No. 124
Big Lakes County
1999-04-14[123] 55°08′28″N 115°03′01″W / 55.1412°N 115.0503°W / 55.1412; -115.0503
Hay-Zama Lakes Wildland Provincial Park[124] Mackenzie County 1999-05-05[125] 58°46′33″N 119°00′54″W / 58.7759°N 119.0150°W / 58.7759; -119.0150
Hubert Lake Wildland Provincial Park[126] Lesser Slave River No. 124
Westlock County
2000-10-04[127] 54°33′N 114°14′W / 54.550°N 114.233°W / 54.550; -114.233
Kakwa Wildland Provincial Park[128] Greenview No. 16 1996[129] 54°02′04″N 119°48′40″W / 54.0345°N 119.811°W / 54.0345; -119.811
Kazan Wildland Provincial Park[130] Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo 2018-05-14[131] 59°19′20″N 110°39′15″W / 59.3221°N 110.6543°W / 59.3221; -110.6543
Kitaskino Nuwenëné Wildland Provincial Park[132][133] Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo 2019-03-08[134] 57°54′41″N 111°40′36″W / 57.9115°N 111.6767°W / 57.9115; -111.6767
La Biche River Wildland Provincial Park[135] Athabasca County 2000-06-06[136] 54°59′18″N 112°37′29″W / 54.9883°N 112.6246°W / 54.9883; -112.6246
Lesser Slave Lake Wildland Provincial Park[137] Big Lakes County 2001-02-07[138] 55°30′0″N 115°30′0″W / 55.50000°N 115.50000°W / 55.50000; -115.50000
Marguerite River Wildland Provincial Park[139] Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo 1998[140] 57°38′14″N 110°15′55″W / 57.6373°N 110.2654°W / 57.6373; -110.2654
Otter-Orloff Lakes Wildland Provincial Park[141] Lesser Slave River No. 124
Municipal District of Opportunity No. 17
2000-11-15[142] 55°22′N 113°33′W / 55.367°N 113.550°W / 55.367; -113.550
Peace River Wildland Provincial Park[143] Birch Hills County
Smoky River No. 130
2001-07-24[144]
55°59′17″N 117°46′05″W / 55.9881°N 117.768°W / 55.9881; -117.768
Richardson Wildland Provincial Park[145] Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo 2018-05-14[146] 58°05′39″N 111°10′53″W / 58.0943°N 111.1813°W / 58.0943; -111.1813
Rock Lake - Solomon Creek Wildland Provincial Park[147] Yellowhead County 2000-12-20[148] 53°24′43″N 118°07′01″W / 53.412°N 118.1169°W / 53.412; -118.1169
Stony Mountain Wildland Provincial Park[149] Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo 2000-12-20[150] 56°12′55″N 111°14′40″W / 56.2154°N 111.2444°W / 56.2154; -111.2444
Whitehorse Wildland Provincial Park[151] Yellowhead County 1998-08-26[152] 52°57′29″N 117°23′44″W / 52.9581°N 117.3955°W / 52.9581; -117.3955
Whitemud Falls Wildland Provincial Park[153] Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo 2000-11-15[154] 56°41′50″N 110°5′11″W / 56.69722°N 110.08639°W / 56.69722; -110.08639[155]
Winagami Wildland Provincial Park[156] Big Lakes County
Smoky River No. 130
2000-11-15[157] 55°36′57″N 116°38′11″W / 55.61583°N 116.63639°W / 55.61583; -116.63639[158]

Willmore Wilderness Park

Willmore Wilderness Park was established in 1959 and is managed under the Willmore Wilderness Park Act. The intent of Willmore Wilderness Park is the preservation of the natural environment, similar to the more recent wildland parks.[1]

Name Sub-region Established Image Coordinates
Willmore Wilderness Park[159] Improvement District No. 25 1959[160]
53°42′5″N 119°3′21″W / 53.70139°N 119.05583°W / 53.70139; -119.05583[161]

Former provincial parks

Alberta Parks has closed multiple parks throughout its history, with four parks being closed during the 1930s and a number of them being given to municipalities.

Name Sub-region Established Disestablished Notes Image
Sylvan Lake Provincial Park Red Deer County 1980 2018 Given to the Town of Sylvan Lake and ran as a municipal park.
Taber Provincial Park Municipal District of Taber 1936 1999 Given to the Municipal District of Taber and ran as a municipal park
Elkwater Lake Provincial Park Cypress County 1932 1951 Became part of the newly created Cypress Hills Provincial Park, which later became Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park.
Ghost River Provincial Park Municipal District of Bighorn No. 8 1932 1950s
Hasse Lake Provincial Park Parkland County 1970s 2000s Given to the county
Lundbreck Falls Provincial Park Municipal District of Pincher Creek No. 9 1930s 1950s Made a Provincial Recreation Area
Assineau River Crossing Provincial Park Municipal District of Lesser Slave River No. 124 1930s 1950s Turned into a campground, then the campground closed
Gaetz Lake Provincial Park Red Deer County 1960s 1980s-90s Given to the city and turned into Kerry Wood Nature Sanctuary
Ma-Me-O Beach Provincial Park County of Wetaskiwin No. 10 1950s-60s 1980s-90s Given to the Summer Village of Ma-Me-O Beach
Hommey Provincial Park County of Grande Prairie No. 1 1930s 1980s-90s Given to the county
Saskatoon Mountain Provincial Park County of Grande Prairie No. 1 1930s 1950s Given to the county
Blue Bridge Provincial Park Municipal District of Smoky River No. 130 1930s 1940s-50s Given to the county

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  23. ^ "Dinosaur Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  24. ^ "Dry Island Buffalo Jump Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  25. ^ "Dunvegan Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  26. ^ "O.C. 369/2007". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. August 29, 2007.
  27. ^ "Eagle Point Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  28. ^ "Fish Creek Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  29. ^ "Garner Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  30. ^ "Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  31. ^ "Gooseberry Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  32. ^ "O.C. 206/2000". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. June 6, 2000.
  33. ^ "Greene Valley Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  34. ^ "Gregoire Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  35. ^ "Hilliard's Bay Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  36. ^ "Jarvis Bay Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  37. ^ "Kinbrook Island Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  38. ^ "Lakeland Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  39. ^ "Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  40. ^ "Little Bow Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  41. ^ "Little Fish Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  42. ^ "O.C. 182/2005". Orders in Council. Alberta's Queen's Printer. April 19, 2005.
  43. ^ "Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  44. ^ "Long Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  45. ^ "Midland Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  46. ^ "Miquelon Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  47. ^ "Moonshine Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  48. ^ "Moose Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  49. ^ "Notikewin Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  50. ^ "O'Brien Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  51. ^ "O.C. 502/2000". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. December 20, 2000.
  52. ^ "Obed Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  53. ^ "Park Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  54. ^ "Pembina River Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  55. ^ "Peter Lougheed Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  56. ^ "Pierre Grey's Lakes Lougheed Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  57. ^ "Pigeon Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  58. ^ "Police Outpost Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  59. ^ "Queen Elizabeth Provincial Park, Lac Cardinal". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  60. ^ "Ram Falls Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  61. ^ "Red Lodge Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  62. ^ "Rochon Sands Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  63. ^ "Rock Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  64. ^ "Saskatoon Island Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  65. ^ "O.C. 310/2001". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. July 24, 2001.
  66. ^ "Sheep River Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  67. ^ "Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  68. ^ "O.C. 365/2000". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. September 20, 2000.
  69. ^ "Spray Valley Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  70. ^ "O.C. 186/99". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. April 28, 1999.
  71. ^ "Sundance Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  72. ^ "Thunder Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  73. ^ "Tillebrook Trans-Canada Campsite Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  74. ^ "Two Lakes Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  75. ^ "Vermilion Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  76. ^ "Wabamun Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  77. ^ "Whitney Lakes Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  78. ^ "William A. Switzer Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  79. ^ "Williamson Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  80. ^ "Willow Creek Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  81. ^ "O.C. 432/2000". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. November 15, 2000.
  82. ^ "Winagami Lake Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  83. ^ "Woolford Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  84. ^ "Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  85. ^ "Wyndham-Carseland Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  86. ^ "O.C. 355/98". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. August 26, 1998.
  87. ^ "Young's Point Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  88. ^ "Birch Mountain Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  89. ^ "O.C. 496/2000". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. December 20, 2000.
  90. ^ "Birch River Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  91. ^ "O.C. 141/2018". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. May 14, 2018.
  92. ^ "Bluerock Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  93. ^ "O.C. 307/2001". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. July 24, 2001.
  94. ^ "Bob Creek Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  95. ^ "O.C. 214/99". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. May 12, 1999.
  96. ^ "Bow Valley Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  97. ^ "O.C. 525/98". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. December 9, 1998.
  98. ^ "Brazeau Canyon Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  99. ^ "O.C. 507/2000". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. December 20, 2000.
  100. ^ "Caribou Mountains Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  101. ^ "O.C. 308/2001". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. July 24, 2001.
  102. ^ "Castle Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  103. ^ "O.C. 23/2017". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. January 20, 2017.
  104. ^ "Chinchaga Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  105. ^ "O.C. 536/99". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. December 15, 1999.
  106. ^ "Dillon River Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  107. ^ "O.C. 138/2018". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. May 14, 2018.
  108. ^ "Don Getty Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  109. ^ "O.C. 306/2001". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. July 24, 2001.
  110. ^ "Dunvegan West Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  111. ^ "O.C. 508/2000". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. December 20, 2000.
  112. ^ "Elbow-Sheep Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  113. ^ "Elbow-Sheep Wildland Provincial Park". ProtectedPlanet.net. 2021.
  114. ^ "Fidler-Greywillow Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  115. ^ "Fidler-Greywillow Wildland Provincial Park". ProtectedPlanet.net. 2021.
  116. ^ "Fort Assiniboine Sandhills Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  117. ^ "Fort Assiniboine Sandhills Wildland Provincial Park". ProtectedPlanet.net. 2021.
  118. ^ "Gipsy Lake Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  119. ^ "O.C. 511/2000". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. December 20, 2000.
  120. ^ "Grand Rapids Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  121. ^ "O.C. 510/2000". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. December 20, 2000.
  122. ^ "Grizzly Ridge Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  123. ^ "O.C. 154/99". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. April 14, 1999.
  124. ^ "Hay-Zama Lakes Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  125. ^ "O.C. 202/99". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. May 5, 1999.
  126. ^ "Hubert Lakes Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  127. ^ "O.C. 380/2000". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. October 4, 2000.
  128. ^ "Kakwa Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  129. ^ "Kakwa Wildland Provincial Park". ProtectedPlanet.net. 2021.
  130. ^ "Kazan Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  131. ^ "O.C. 139/2018". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. May 14, 2018.
  132. ^ "Kitaskino Nuwenëné Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  133. ^ Lavoie, Judith (March 25, 2019). "Three oilsands companies surrender land for new Alberta park to be co-managed with First Nations". The Narwhal.
  134. ^ "O.C. 79/2019". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. March 8, 2019.
  135. ^ "La Biche River Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  136. ^ "O.C. 207/2000". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. June 6, 2000.
  137. ^ "Lesser Slave Lake Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  138. ^ "O.C. 73/2001". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. February 7, 2001.
  139. ^ "Marguerite River Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  140. ^ "Marguerite River Wildland Provincial Park". ProtectedPanet.net. 2021.
  141. ^ "Otter-Orloff Lakes Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  142. ^ "O.C. 430/2000". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. November 15, 2000.
  143. ^ "Peace River Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  144. ^ "O.C. 309/2001". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. July 24, 2001.
  145. ^ "Richardson Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  146. ^ "O.C. 140/2018". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. May 14, 2018.
  147. ^ "Rock Lake - Solomon Creek Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  148. ^ "O.C. 505/2000". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. December 20, 2000.
  149. ^ "Stony Mountain Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  150. ^ "O.C. 513/2000". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. December 20, 2000.
  151. ^ "Whitehorse Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  152. ^ "O.C. 354/98". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. August 26, 1998.
  153. ^ "Whitemud Falls Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  154. ^ "O.C. 431/2000". Orders in Council. Alberta Queen’s Printer. November 15, 2000.
  155. ^ Whitemud Falls Wildland Provincial Park, Wikidata Q29000387
  156. ^ "Winagami Wildland Provincial Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  157. ^ "O.C. 433/2000". November 15, 2000.
  158. ^ Winagami Wildland Provincial Park, Wikidata Q29000399
  159. ^ "Willmore Wilderness Park". AlbertaParks.ca.
  160. ^ The Willmore Wilderness Park Act, RSA 1959, c. 95, s. 2
  161. ^ "Willmore Wilderness Provincial Park". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.