Bear lake Park is a regional day use park and year round activity destination located north of the community of Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada. The lake is popular for picnicking, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, birdwatching and xc skiing.
A popular 100 hectare provincial park and year round activity destination flanked by the Saskatoon Lake on the north shore and Little Lake on the south shore located near Grande Prairie .
Alberta's northern most badlands and the last surviving native grasslands in the Grande Prairie region. There is a sightseeing trail, picnic area, burial grounds and historic pioneer village.
The main public and activity park located in the community of Grande Prairie, Alberta. The park runs north-south through the centre of the community protecting the Bear Creek corridor and the western shoreline of Crystal Lake.