Alberta Outdoor Adventure Guide
By Alberta Conservation Association
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Discover Alberta’s Wild Side
Weekend blahs? Want to get the kids out of the house? Need some downtime ‘away from it all’? Or looking to bring dinner home from the field or stream rather than a grocery store? Alberta Conservation Association’s Outdoor Adventure Guide has all the reasons you need to get outside and explore Alberta’s great outdoors all year long. Whether you like hunting, angling, photography, hiking, berry picking, bird watching, or are just looking for an easy weekend getaway, the Guide brings you more than 700 uniquely wild Conservation Sites covering a quarter million acres across Alberta that you can access for FREE – making this the most comprehensive outdoor recreation guide around.
The Guide app easily takes you from your backdoor to hundreds of great outdoor recreation sites across Alberta’s big backyard. Read property profiles, pinpoint locations, download driving directions, find important site updates and local weather conditions – all from the palm of your hand. Get the app, get out and get exploring!
•Property profiles and activities at more than 700 Conservation Sites across Alberta
•Search the Conservation Site database with only a few key letters
•Interactive driving directions
•Access database offline from anywhere
•Receive free notifications on site updates, fish stocking dates and other events
•Proximity search sites from your location via GPS locator
•Proximity search from city, town or Conservation Site
•Real-time local weather conditions
•Links to numerous conservation and outdoor recreation resources
•Colour photos, insider tips, send comments and more
The fine print
Check the Guide carefully before planning your trip. Please ensure you consult a county or municipal landowner map to verify the location of the Conservation Site and double check that you are entering onto the appropriate property.
While there is no fee to access these Conservation Sites, all we ask is that you value and respect the land as much as we do. The Conservation Sites identified in this Guide are either private lands owned by Alberta Conservation Association or our conservation partners (see the Partners listed for each site), or public lands that are managed by Alberta Conservation Association on behalf of the Crown; all are available for public use.
A majority of Conservation Sites in the guide require no permission to access and allow only non-motorized recreational activities including hunting, fishing, hiking, bird watching and photography. However, please be aware that some of the Conservation Sites listed do have restrictions on permitted activities and/or require permission before you enter onto the site.
For more information visit our website at www.ab-conservation.com.
Thank you to our partners
This Guide was made possible through the support of our conservation partners and Corporate Partners in Conservation who aided in the securement of private land and the enhancement of public land for conservation and recreational opportunities. Several properties featured here have also been generously donated to Alberta Conservation Association by private landowners across Alberta, an enduring legacy for which generations of Albertans will be thankful. We would like to thank the Alberta Fish and Game Association and its affiliated clubs as well as Ducks Unlimited Canada for including a number of their Conservation Sites in this Guide.
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