[HT-Simple] Clear Lake Natural Area


This Clear Lake is northwest of Edmonton and near Fort Assiniboine. It is not to be confused with other similarly named lakes in Alberta.

Clear Lake Site Map (Government of Alberta)

Map of the Area

Any maps and map views are for general information only. Do not rely on them for navigation or to determine legal boundaries.

Other Information

Clear Lake Natural Area (93.5 ha) includes upland forests of aspen, birch & balsam poplar, as well as depressional areas containing black spruce, tamarack & bog birch; floating sedge mats extend onto lake. (Alberta Parks web site, 2012).

Clear Lake is common name that is used to describe more than one feature in Alberta.

Site Statistics

Site NameClear Lake
Site TypeNatural Area
SubtypeOrder-in-council (OC)
Natural Region(s)Central Mixedwood
O.C. No. (Land Ref. Manual)454/71
PASite ID (Map Ref #)297
Site # (Parks Website)231.1
Total Area93.52 ha. (231.10 ac.)
Steward-Status
Recreation Activitiesnone noted
IUCNII
Operated ByParks Division
Notes and Comments
Statistics and Details for Clear Lake

References

The following links are provided as a courtesy but are not verified or endorsed by SAPAA. Clicking on the link will cause you to leave the SAPAA website. Primary source of information is: Information & Facilities – Clear Lake Natural Area | Alberta Parks (2022-11-01).

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