Aspen Beach Provincial Park is located 2 hours north of Calgary on the shores of beautiful Gull Lake. Enjoy sandy beaches, warm water, and boating!
|Ebeling Beach, Aspen Beach Provincial Park|
Although it’s a busy weekend, the beach doesn’t feel crowded. Friends and families are spread out across the long beach. Children’s laughter carries from the adventure playground, while boats ply the waters of Gull Lake. The swimming area’s waters are calm despite the boat traffic because the boats are far from shore.
|Ebeling Beach Day Use Playground, Aspen Beach Provincial Park|
Campgrounds & Amenities
Brewers Campground Amenities: Ebeling Beach Day Use (big beach), Boat Launch, Firepits, Firewood Sold, Fish Cleaning Stations, Flush Toilets, Lifejacket Loaner Station, Pay Phone, Pier, Playground, Sewage Disposal, Showers, Water – Tap
|Our site at Brewer’s Campground, Aspen Beach Provincial Park|
Lakeside Campground Amenities: Small beach and picnic area, Boat Launch, Firepits, Firewood Sold, Fish Cleaning Stations, Flush Toilets, Pay Phone, Pier, Playground, Power, Sewage Disposal, Showers, Water – Hookup, Water – Tap
Know Before You Go
- There is no lifeguard on duty. Keep children within arm’s reach!
- Morning and evening are the best times to paddle (when there isn’t as much boat traffic).
- Only one camping accommodation unit (tent, tent trailer, trailer, 5th wheel, motor home) is permitted on a campsite.
Aspen Beach Provincial Park is located two hours north of Calgary, near Lacombe. Take Highway 2 north; go west on Highway 12; and follow the signs to Aspen Beach Provincial Park.
Did you know Aspen Beach is Alberta’s first provincial park?
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Sandy Point: Gull Lake’s newest public beach (July 2017), 6.5 acres on the west side of Gull Lake, has change rooms, picnic tables, and a play area.
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Bowden Sun Maze: Check out Canada’s only sunflower maze with 100,000 sunflowers, then pick your own produce at the U-pick farm.