Tourism Map

The unspoiled land of the rugged and real.

True adventure awaits in all corners of the Slave Lake Region, no matter what season you plan to arrive. Endless sandy beaches and gradual shoals stretch as far as the eye can see. Private and provincial campgrounds dot the forests and overlook the lakes. For biking, off-roading or trail riding enthusiast, all manner of natural and maintained trails snake across fields, forests and valleys.

From sandcastle competitions and sport fishing tournaments in the warmer months to skiing, snowmobiling and winter camping when the snow flies, the Slave Lake Region offers an abundance of annual activities to the intrepid traveler in search of something authentic. Check out the tourism map below for just a few ideas on how to make the most of our this rugged-and-real region.

Want to keep a copy of this handy MD tourism map on hand? Click Here to download a printable version in PDF format.

Tourism Map 2018

Life, Work and Leisure in Lesser Slave River

The Smith-Hondo Fall Fair and Rodeo is held on Labour Day weekend and showcases the rodeo, chariot racing and calf roping, with a large dance and open festival. Visit the Municipal History section to learn more about our region's rich heritage.
Legendary Lesser Slave River

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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