Looking for more happy campers in Lac La Biche

The newest additions in Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park are opening for business! Five new comfort cabins have been built and interested campers can start booking on December 1 – yes, Monday! Starting January 1, the cabins will be ready to offer visitors a unique winter camping experience.

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Ice fisherman, cross-country skiers, snowshoers, winter hikers and those looking to escape for a few days can start their new year in the midst of the pristine park.

What’s included in a comfort cabin?

Find a fridge, microwave, electric heaters (sorry, no romantic fireplace), bathroom, bedroom, bunk beds, couch/futon, table and chairs, plates, cutlery and we have even thrown in the kitchen sink.

Bring your bedding, food and drinks and you are ready to explore the outdoors! No additional gear needed. No excuses, just simplicity and fun. The water has been turned off for the winter, but there are new outhouses in the vicinity.

Outside each cabin are a barbecue, fire pit area, benches and a deck leading out to a spacious green space on the Lac La Biche lakefront.

The units are the first of their kind offered by Alberta Parks in the Lakeland region. This is one more way Alberta is helping people connect with nature.

The cabins will be added to Reserve.AlbertaParks.ca online registration system for booking next summer. In the meantime, to book your comfort cabin at Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park or for more information on the cabins, contact the Alberta Parks Lac La Biche office at 780-623-5235. Bookings start on December 1.

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