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Location: South shore of North Buck Lake 153kms north of Edmonton. 22kms east of Boyle. North Buck Provincial Park Alberta.
Description: North Buck Lake campground contains 125 campsites suited for both RV’s and tents complete with picnic tables and fire pits. Fire wood is available when purchasing a fire permit. The campground is split into five sections with a few choice sites located next to the lake.
Amenities include sandy beach, water, fire wood, picnic tables, electrical hookups, swimming areas, boat launch, fish cleaning station and horseshoe pits. A small grocery store with fresh baking and deli snacks is located in the nearby town of north Buck Lake.
Fisherman will find good Northern Pike, Perch and Burbot fishing. You’ll need a fishing license to try your luck. This campground is good for families with young children. Kids can play on the beach which doesn’t really reach the water however the sand and view is nice. Maybe early spring water levels are higher up the beach.
Boaters will find a boat launch and a long dock for tying up. There are both open camp sites on well kept grass and treed sites located in the surrounding boreal forest. North Buck Lake campground is well maintained with a northerly remote feel to it. Healthy populations of Elk, Deer and Moose can be found here. This area is also excellent for bird watching, berry picking and mushroom picking.