Roselea Natural Area


Located due south of Thunder Lake Provincial Park and on Highway 18, Roselea Natural Area occupies nearly a full section of land (260 ha).

Roselea Natural Area (Government of Alberta)
Roselea Natural Area (Government of Alberta)

Map of the Area

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Other Information

Roselea Natural Area encompasses a section of moderately rolling, pitted outwash plain covered mainly with aspen-balsam poplar-birch forest. The site lies in the Boreal Forest Natural Region, Central Mixedwood Subregion.

The nearby hamlet of Roselea is named for a place in England [1].

Site Statistics

Site NameRoselea
Site TypeNatural Area
SubtypeOrder-in-council (OC)
Natural Region(s)Central Mixedwood
O.C. No. (Land Ref. Manual)454/71
PASite ID (Map Ref #)285
Site # (Parks Website)565
Total Area257.49 ha/636.26 ac.
Steward-Status
Recreation ActivitiesCross-country skiing, Hiking – front country, Horseback riding
IUCNII
Operated ByParks Division
Notes and Comments
Statistics and Details for Roselea

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: Government of Alberta – Information & Facilities – Roselea Natural Area | Alberta Parks (2022-02-18).

  1. Peel Library. Geographic Board of Canada, Place-Names of Alberta (1928), p. 110. Accessed 2022-01-23. http://peel.library.ualberta.ca/bibliography/5240.html.

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