Kinbrook Island Provincial Park is a 14min drive south from the City of Brooks. It is a great destination for day tripping or camping when visiting the region.
Lake Newell on which the park is situated is the largest and warmest man-made lake in...
Kinbrook Island Provincial Park is a 14min drive south from the City of Brooks. It is a great destination for day tripping or camping when visiting the region.
Lake Newell on which the park is situated is the largest and warmest man-made lake in Alberta. Interestingly, Lake Newell is a large water reservoir managed by the Eastern Irrigation District. The lake's primary purpose is to collect water to be redistributed of agricultural irrigation across the region via the aqueducts we visited earlier on the tour. Lake Newell and the Kinbrook Island Provincial Park are also important recreation areas. Popular activities include picnicking, birding, fishing, power boating, sailing, swimming, hiking, volleyball, and cross-country skiing.

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19 August 2023 ·   3 months ago taken in   Kinbrook Island, Newell County No. 4, AB T0J 2M0, Canada
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