Slave Lake Region Tourism Society


Slave Lake Region Tourism Society

Who are We?

We are a society comprised of local businesses, residents, Town and MD representatives.

WHAT’S OUR PURPOSE?Slave Lake Region Logo

Purpose: Grow and market tourism opportunities in the Slave Lake Region

Values: Growth (Future focused), Teamwork, Communication, Cultural, Wisdom, Customer Satisfaction, Creativity / Innovation

Vision: Growing a recognized year round recreational and cultural destination

Mission Statement: Promote and build tourism opportunities in the Slave Lake Region while maintaining its unique wilderness and cultural character


Until March 31st 2018 only - we are offering a Membership bundle for $495

The 2018 Membership Bundle includes:

  • Membership for 2018 in the Tourism Society
  • 2 year advertising listing, a $500 value, in the new Slave Lake Region Tourism Guide
  • Free ‘Company’ advertising listing on the revised website
  • Invitation to front-line staff to participate in the 2018 familiarization tour
  • Invitations to Travel Alberta Tourism workshops

The Slave Lake Region Tourism Guide – printing this spring! - The 1st tourism guide for this region and we would like your organization to be in it. The guide will highlight what our region has to offer visitors and include your business listing. For each new member, as part of this promotion, you will get 20 free copies to distribute to your customers. Printing won’t happen again for another 2 years, so take part now!

Check out for a concept of our region’s guide.

Familiarization tours are designed to train your front-line staff on what our region has to offer. When asked by our visitors “What is there to do around here?” your staff (our Tourism Ambassadors) will be able to showcase the region’s areas of interest. They will also be taken on a bus tour, with lunch included, highlighting some areas in and around Slave Lake. More details will be provided to those who partake.

Our Region’s Tourism Industry is moving forward – have your voice in the direction

For more information please call: Helene Klassen 780-805-6943 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

MD of Lesser Slave River

Just a few hours due north of Edmonton, Lesser Slave River is a truly unique place to live, work and play. From breathtaking expanses of boreal forest and unspoiled natural wonders to a thriving economy and genuine work/life balance, opportunities abound. Here you'll discover a place of rugged beauty. A place of real people. A place you'll never want to leave.

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