Where to paddle in Lakeland near Bonnyville and Cold Lake, Alberta
AQ Outdoors / Aquabatics Edmonton is stoked to welcome you to a list of paddling locations in the Lakeland area. Located only 3 hours north of Edmonton, Alberta, this region really is a paddlers dream zone. You can literally throw a rock in any direction and you will hit a lake (that you can paddle!).
Loads of camping and wildlife to be explored, it truly is the land of the lakes. Either if you are a recreational, tour, fisherman or even a bit of a whitewater kayaker, the Lakeland area has you covered.
Our staff have already added 11 or more of the top paddling lakes in the region and we will be adding more weekly. So, check out the entries below, if you follow the links to PaddlingMaps.com
it will take you to full location descriptions with maps, gps waypoints (downloadable when logged in), local knowledge and much more.
site is community driven! So, if you have some gem paddling spots in the Lakeland (or other) region we would love to see you add them on the site.
Lakeland paddlers at AQ Outdoors / Aquabatics Edmonton.
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Where to Kayak/SUP/Canoe Lakeland
COLD LAKE, BONNYVILLE & AREA
- Cold Lake: A great large lake for recreational, touring and fishing kayakers. Located in Cold Lake, Alberta. The lake is very clean and full of wildlife. With many corners and bays to paddle in, and many campsites to overnight in for your weekend destinations.
- Moose Lake: Is a fantastic lake for recreational, touring, SUP and fishing kayakers. Located near Bonnyville, Alberta. This lake is great for day long adventures. Lots of wildlife, camp spots and neat destinations that are easily accessible on the water.
- Tucker Lake: Great small lake tucked away between Bonnyville and Cold Lake, Alberta. Great lake to paddle around with good fishing and camping along the edge. A great windy day option as it has plenty of protected bays and inlets.
- Hilda Lake : Great small lake with lots of corners to adventure around. Has good fishing with a public and private campground located right on the water.
So, there is a small sampling of where to paddle in and around the Lakeland area. Bonnyville and Cold Lake have a lifetime of lakes to explore and a long weekend trip from Edmonton is a fantastic escape.
For many more options of where to kayak in the Lakeland area go to PaddlingMaps.com and browse the region. We hope this will provide loads of paddling based inspiration for this season and beyond.
If you are looking to get more experience on the water our Edmonton location (and Calgary) offer a full range of kayak and SUP instructional programs. We also offer rental kayaks, SUPs and gear to help get you out on the water in and around Edmonton.
Feel free to contact us at either our Edmonton or Calgary locations for more information on product, rentals, courses or paddling information.
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