The Slave Lake Region has recently published its 2018 Tourism & Recreation Guide. A digital copy of this new guide is available in the MD Publications section of the MD website.
The Slave Lake Region includes the Town of Slave Lake, the Municipal District of Lesser Slave River, and the Sawridge First Nation, who are dedicated to building a collaborative and cohesive future together. Click Here to view and download a digital copy of the Slave Lake Region's new Tourism & Recreation Guide for yourself!
Visiting the Slave Lake Region
The region offers all visitors—individuals, families, and groups—a multitude of activities to experience and enjoy. Major summer and winter activities are plentiful, and various special events held throughout the year allow visitors to engage in local excitement. Check out the Slave Lake Region Community Profile for more information on all of the visitor experiences offered.
If you’re looking for adventure, you’re in the right place! The region spans over 10,000 sq. kilometers—roughly the side of Prince Edward Island—and it’s only a couple of hours from Edmonton, Alberta. It has hundreds of lakes, rivers, and trails to explore. Visitors can even drive to some of Alberta’s best rural lakes such as Lesser Slave Lake, Fawcett Lake, Lawrence Lake, and Cross Lake..