Lesser Slave Lake

08.02.2021 - 08.05.2021
Lily Creek Group Campground


Trip Type:

Flatwater, Car Camping

Detailed Trip Rating:

2C2 Click here for explanation of the trip rating

Experience Level:


Water Class:

 Class II

Trip Description:

A mid week car camping and learning extravaganza on Lesser Slave Lake.  We will be staying at the Lily Creek Group Camp at Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park. 

Cost of camping will depend on the number of units (tents or trailers) that participate and is expected to be in the $90-$120 per unit range.

Each day Garth Hobden has offered to run a clinic on intermediate kayak skills on a donation basis.

Cost of the clinic:  The group will cover the cost of Garth's accommodations. So the cost of the lesson will be $90-$125 divided by the number of participants PLUS your personal donation. Perhaps we can pass the hat on the last day!

Lesser Slave Lake is a BIG lake and winds and waves can be expected. Depending on the water level, it also has some of the best sand beaches in Alberta.

If you have confidence in your paddle skills on calm water, this is a great opportunity to work on your skills in rougher conditions. Or maybe work on your tan.

Suitable Boats

(see notes)

Open Canoe - No

Covered Canoe - No

Touring Kayak - Yes

Rec Kayak - With trip coordinator approval

Whitewater Kayak – With trip coordinator approval

Meeting Point:

 Lily Creek Group Camp

Trip Coordinator:

 Stephanie Jansen

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Please contact the Trip Coordinator no later than the Wednesday before the trip is schedule to start. Some trips may have space limitations or require early booking. Contact the Trip Coordinator.

Trips are open to all current Northwest Voyageurs Canoe and Kayak Club members.

You must provide your own boat or have prearranged a rental from the club to participate in the trip.

Touring Kayak - Typically 12 feet long or more and 24" wide or less, with front and rear water tight compartments for flotation and storage, defined keel

Rec Kayak - Typically less than 12 feet long, often greater than 24" wide, with one or no water tight compartments, may or may not have a keel

Whitewater Kayak - Typically less than 10', no watertight compartments, no keel


Location information

Lily Creek Group Campground

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