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EXPLORE

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The Lesser Slave Lake area offers a variety of things to see and do from the beautiful 18-hole Gilwood Golf and Country Club, scenic Devonshire Beach (2 kms or a 20 minute walk) with beautiful soft sandy beaches, great for swimming and water activities.

 

Visit the Boreal Center for Bird Conservation to learn about local birds and the many programs they offer. There are great trails and you can visit the bird banding station. They also host a very popular Songbird Festival in May.

 

Marten Mountain viewpoint offers a spectacular view of the eastern basin of Lesser Slave Lake, including Dog Island and the Town of Slave Lake.

 

For biking and hiking enthusiasts there is The Great Trail as well as paved trails throughout the Town of Slave Lake. The paved trail also goes to Devonshire Beach from our campground.

 

If you enjoy sunsets, Slave Lake has some of the most beautiful sunsets in the world which are particularly spectacular from Devonshire Beach. 

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Gilwood golf club

Gilwood Golf Club is a beautiful 18-hole golf course, nestled in the forest, within the local provincial park. They offer a full service pro shop, driving range and serve up great food and drinks.

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devonshire beach

Devonshire beach is located just 2 kms, or a short 20 minute walk from Norm's Walleye Camp.

Click here for more info.

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Marten mountain lookout
Boreal Centre

Visit the Boreal Center for Bird Conservation to learn about local birds and the many programs they offer. There are great trails and you can visit the bird banding station. There is a very popular Songbird Festival in May.

Click here for more info.

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Marten Mountain viewpoint offers a spectacular view of the eastern basin of Lesser Slave Lake, including Dog Island and the Town of Slave Lake.

Click here for more info

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