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Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada

Frontcountry Camping

Pine Lake Campground and Day-use Area

Located 60 km south of Fort Smith, Pine Lake offers the only road-accessible campground within the park.

Pine Lake Map
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Campground : The Pine Lake Campground features peaceful sites with fire pits, tent pads and picnic tables. The area is also equipped with water (boiling is required), firewood, outhouses, and a playground. Hook-ups are not available. Two sites are wheelchair-accessible. Open May long weekend to September Labour Day weekend.

Day-use Area : The area features an aquamarine lake, cook shelter, picnic tables, fire pits, firewood, outhouses, playground, change rooms, and a beautiful sandy beach for swimming. Wheelchair-accessible. Open May to first snowfall.

Kettle Point Group Camp : This beautiful lakeside facility features a large and cozy log shelter, tenting area, beach, fire circle, firewood, picnic tables, outhouses, and a playground. Wheelchair-accessible. Open May long weekend to September Labour Day weekend. Reservations required -minimum group of eight people. Call (867) 872-7960 to register.

Pine Lake
Pine Lake
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Canoeing on Pine Lake
Canoeing on Pine Lake
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Kettle Point Group Camp
Kettle Point Group Camp
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