Local Activities

Local Activities

Enjoy the seasonal activities that Pigeon Lake Region has to offer

  • Golfing • Mini Golf (Enjoy no less than 6 scenic courses around every corner of the lake and 10 courses across the Region)
  • Boating • Fishing • Ice fishing
  • Walking • Biking (Pigeon Lake Provincial Park and Trans Canada Trail provides many scenic biking and walking trails)
  • Spa • Relaxing • Swimming
  • Shopping • Photography
  • Cross-Country Skiing (Pigeon Lake Provincial Park provides trails and it is just minutes from the B&B)

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Shop at many great local stores and buy fresh, buy local, buy all kinds of good things. Make sure you visit the Farmers’ Market at Lakedell every Friday. Enjoy a retreat, relax at a one of our many scenic and peaceful places. Or, get busy and join in one of the many fun celebrations and community events, like Alberta’s Largest One Day Fair.
Bring the whole family for year round fun in the sun . . . there’s something for everyone and good times for the whole family! You may just find yourself . . . making some of your very best memories!

 

Inhale Country Living

There’s no shortage of hospitality here; the community doors are always open. Shop, golf, dine, spa, stay, or come for a business retreat or family reunion. Our local merchants, businesses and community groups all welcome your visit.

(source: www.pigeonlake.com)

Pigeon Lake

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Located in the heart of Central Alberta, Pigeon Lake provides an abundance of outdoor family recreation from camping, golfing and fishing to a full range of water activities. Add to this, Battle Lake, Twin Lakes and Buck Lake, all in close proximity, and you have just entered Central Alberta’s scenic lake and golf country – the Pigeon Lake Region….. Where Memories Are Made.

Fun in the sun and water at Pigeon Lake starts in May and doesn’t slow down until September every year. Couple this with a scenic body of water, 22 kilometers(14 miles) long by 11 kilometers (7miles) wide and five months of Alberta blue sky, and it’s easy to see why Pigeon Lake is one of Alberta’s premier lakes and the Region is rapidly developing into the vacation destination of choice in Central Alberta.

Catch a wave and enjoy an abundance of water sport activities including boating, sailing, water skiing, wake-boarding and swimming. Then slow the pace down with some relaxing fishing to try and reel in that trophy walleye. Maybe take it down a notch further and catch a few rays on the beaches or at the provincial campground. Numerous campgrounds, inns, Bed and Breakfasts, a spa, some great restaurants and scenic stops around the lake – lots of super options to make your stay and play at Pigeon Lake an enjoyable experience.

Golfing at Pigeon Lake is found on no less than six scenic courses around every corner of the lake and ten courses across the Region. You’ll find golf courses that cater to all ages and skill levels – from novice to seasoned golfers searching for a real challenge. Even a classic Ice Golf Tournament on Mulhurst Bay at Pigeon Lake conducted annually in mid March. Make a week of chasing that elusive hole-in-one and then bring the family to the South Shore of Pigeon Lake, where they can enjoy a round of 18 terraced holes of adventure mini golf, followed by some fun in the family park, or a walk-about through the unique stores, country market, inn and spa in The Village at Pigeon Lake. For the more active visitors, the Trans Canada Trail provides many scenic biking and walking trails to get a first hand look at the serenity of Pigeon Lake. It just doesn’t get any better than the Pigeon Lake Region to recharge your batteries, refresh your positive outlook on life and create lasting family memories.

In addition to the recreational focus, Pigeon Lake offers a full set of complementary services to enhance your visit – everything from boat launches, a car and RV wash and a fitness center. Surrounding Pigeon Lake and in close proximity are also many worthwhile attractions including the Reynolds Alberta Museum, the Edmonton International Raceway, Rundle’s Mission and Peaceful Valley, as well as the additional lakes and parks. Take a relaxing day trip along the Highway 13 east-west corridor, from Wetaskiwin to Alder Flats and on to Breton, and you will witness the true beauty and many attractions of the Pigeon Lake Region.

Easy accessibility and a full range of recreational activities and services make the Pigeon Lake Region a must see – must do family experience. Whether it’s a day trip, a weekend retreat or an extended vacation, the welcome mat is always out, along with western hospitality at its very best –

and don’t ever forget the old adage ‘one day at the lake is worth a month in town.’

(source: www.pigeonlake.com)