Slave Lake Region Welcomes You!

The Slave Lake Region is well-known for its world-class freshwater fishing. We are home to some of Alberta’s best rural lakes such as Lesser Slave Lake, Fawcett LakeLawrence Lake, and Cross Lake.

Lesser Slave Lake is home to large walleye, northern pike, yellow perch, and whitefish. Lesser Slave Lake is Alberta's largest automobile-accessible lake and is over 1,160 sq. kilometres in size – enjoying it is easy! Boaters can launch from the free municipal boat launch on the Lesser Slave River or from spots around the Southshore such as the Canyon Creek Harbour.

Don’t miss the Canadian Tire Anglers Cup 2016 Walleye Tournament, June 17th – 18th, which brings hundreds to the lake hoping to catch “the big one” and cash in on over $145,000 in cash prizes. Visit for full tournament details, or call Bruce at 780-805-4185.

Camping & Accomodation

There are 12 campgrounds in the region with over 900 sites to serve a diverse range of recreation styles. Campground sites range from full service, powered, and unpowered, with options for tenting, campers, and RVs. For families looking to have the convenience and lifestyle of an annual site, there are long-term rentals available—a great way for families to make the most of summer without having to pack up every weekend. There are also cabins for rent in the region for those looking for a retreat without the tent or camper. Check out the full listing of campgrounds and tourism operators in our hospitality directory.

Contact Us

Slave Lake Regional Visitor Information Centre: 780-849-4611
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