Wapasu Conservancy Park
The Wapasu Lake Conservancy Park near Innisfree is a joint undertaking to preserve and protect the wildlife habitat known in and around the Lake. Wapasu Lake (Cree for white swan) is a known migratory stop for white swans, and countless wildlife species. Included in this project is the development of 4 kilometers of multi-use nature trails, bird viewing sites, and restored native botanical sites. Trails are now developed to the summit of the natural elevation that provides a panoramic view of the lake and surrounding area for you to enjoy. Enjoy the day-use and recreational area along the southeast shore of the lake. For an overnight stay, book a room at the Beachside Bed & Breakfast.
Close to Ranfurly & Innisfree
4 km south of the Yellowhead Highway 16 on Range Road 115
(Excerpted from Kalyna Country 2008 Visitor’s and Events Guide)
Rotary Peace Park
Located approximately 1km east of Vegreville on Highway 16A, this relaxing spot features a “Peace Grove” of 12 trees dedicated to promoting world peace through tourism. The park has a large picnic area and shelter with a fireplace and covered barbeque area. This area can also be reserved for private functions.
Please Note: Rotary Peace Park is for Day Use Only. No Overnight Camping is permitted.
Contact Val at The Vegreville News Advertiser at (780) 632-2861.