Slave Lake has more than 40 acres of parks and open space offering many opportunities for fun and creative activities. Currently, the Town of Slave Lake is implementing a 10-year Parks and Open Space Plan. This plan will address future park development needs in Slave Lake.
Slave Lake has eight playgrounds located throughout the community. View our Parks Listing to learn more about their amenities and locations.
Slave Lake Community Trail
The Slave Lake Community Trail winds through the Sawridge Creek corridor and out to the beautiful beaches of Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park. Paved in its entirety, the Community Trail is one of Slave Lake’s most used recreation area. The Slave Lake Community Trail was constructed through the generosity of granting agencies, local companies and residents.
Trans Canada Trail
To reach a good access point, take Highway 88 north, and turn left at Northshore Drive. Northshore Drive takes you past the golf course and right to the lake. There is a parking area, washrooms, picnic tables and a shelter. Trails lead off from this staging point in both directions with lots of loops. This is a great place to hike.