Halfway Lake Natural Area

This Natural Area consists of two quarter-sections separate from each other, with Taylor Lake lying between them on a northwest-southeast axis.

Halfway Lake Site Map: two quarter section sites in the top-left and bottom-right of the map. (Government of Alberta)
Halfway Lake Site Map: two quarter section sites in the top-left and bottom-right of the 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

The north quarter-section of this site is primarily wetland, with a dense stand of black spruce, large bog birch-willow wetland, and a small area of sandy upland with jack pine and aspen. The south quarter has gently undulating to hilly terrain with aspen-jack pine forest. Halfway Lake lies in the Boreal Forest Natural Region, Dry Mixedwood Subregion. (Alberta Parks website, 2012).

The upper quarter is located north of the community of Halfway Lake. The south quarter is roughly bisected by a low-lying marshy area. This site is located in a small arc of Natural Areas with Bridge Lake to the north and Taylor Lake, Redwater River, and Halfmoon Lake Natural Areas to the east and south.

Site Statistics

Site NameHalfway Lake
Site TypeNatural Area
SubtypeOrder-in-council (OC)
Natural Region(s)Dry Mixedwood
O.C. No. (Land Ref. Manual)454/71
PASite ID (Map Ref #)214
Site # (Parks Website)481
Total Area129.90 ha. (320.99 ac.)
Recreation Activitieshorseback riding, hunting
Operated ByParks Division
Notes and Comments
Statistics and Details for Halfway Lake


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: Government of Alberta – Information & Facilities – Halfway Lake Natural Area | Alberta Parks (2022-02-17).

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