Here's your chance to stay at one of the most unique retreats you'll find. Cabins and suites on our private ranch jutting out into Lesser Slave Lake put you front and center with the most spectacular all-season scenery and nature show around.
We are on totally private title with over a kilometer of lakefront, and not disturbed by any development either way along the shore for many km.
There are five self-contained kitchen units overlooking the lake, each with its own character. Though they are all freshly refurbished with all modern amenities, the Old-world and rustic charm has not been diminished.
Enjoy an interpretive tour into the bison herd, through the natural history museum and along the lakeshore.
Spend relaxing undisturbed time on the sandy beaches, taking in the lake in all its moods and seasons. The sunsets (and sunrises) across the water are legendary!
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Slave Lake Activities
Outdoor adventure awaits at Slave Lake, located two-and-a-half hours north of Edmonton in Big Lake Country. Find one of Alberta's largest recreational lakes, Lesser Slave Lake and white sandy beaches at Devonshire Beach, situated within the Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park. Visitors are drawn to the beach every year to watch the Alberta Open Sand Sculpture Championship and partake in summer fun such as swimming and a variety of water-sports. Other summer attractions include festivalsâ??namely Riverboat Daze and the Songbird Festivalâ??and golf at the Gilwood Golf and Country Club, located within the provincial park. Or, for those interested in nature, visit the Lesser Slave Lake Bird Observatory and see rare bird species. Several routes including the Frontier Trail, now part of the Trans-Canada Trail, provide hiking and wildlife viewing opportunities through boreal forest and along lakes. Slave Lake offers a variety of accommodations including hotels and campgrounds, as well as shops and restaurants to enjoy during a family vacation.Please contact for additional rate information.