Rock Lake Lodge is the perfect place to kick back and leave the demands of civilization behind. Whether you’re here to relax with a good book or reconnect with nature, you can enjoy a variety of self-guided and guided activities right in Rock Lake Provincial Park.
* If interested in booking fishing or boating while at the lodge, we require these to be pre-booked in order to guarantee availability.
Please contact the lodge to arrange a reservation.
Hike the forests and foothills of Rock Lake Park, and enjoy stunning views of the Rocky Mountains, the Willmore Wilderness and the Hay River. Birdwatchers and wildlife watchers alike will be delighted by the diversity the park has to offer.
Packages combining activities and Rock Lake Lodge accommodations are available.
Activity Requirements: For the best possible experience on your hike, ensure you have a hat, sunglasses, suntan lotion, insect repellent, bear bell, bear spray and weather-appropriate clothing. Rock Lake Park is bear country. For a safe and enjoyable visit, ensure you are alert and bear aware throughout your hike. For more information on bear safety, see the official Parks Canada guide.
Rock Lake Provincial Park, the Rock Lake – Solomon Creek Wildland Park and the Willmore Wilderness Area have an extensive network of trails winding through them suitable for exploration on a mountain bike.
Rock Lake Lodge guests can borrow a bike free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please note: Although the bikes are available at no charge, all guests wishing to use one must sign a release form. If you are a serious trail bike rider, bring you own bike.
Whether you’re interested in fishing for sport or the table, Rock Lake has something for you. Our two custom-built Princecraft boats are equipped with full electronics and top-of-the-line fishing gear for the best possible experience.
Thanks to Rock Lake Lodge‘s remote location, you never have to travel far for lake or stream fishing. Rock Lake is small, deep and home to giant lake trout, pike and bull trout. The streams feeding into the lake are full of trout and rocky mountain white fish, and are surrounded by rock-bottom riffles, shallow flats, and old growth spruce forests. Rock Lake Park has pleasures for novice and veteran fishers alike.
- Spin fishing (guided trips available)
- Fly fishing (guided trips available)
Activity Requirements: A valid Alberta fishing license is required per person. For the best possible experience out on the lake or streams, ensure you have a hat, sunglasses, suntan lotion, insect repellent, bear bell, bear spray and weather-appropriate clothing.
Rock Lake Park is bear country. For a safe and enjoyable experience, ensure you are alert and bear aware while fishing the streams and travelling through the park. For more information on bear safety, see the official Parks Canada guide.
There’s nothing better than swimming in a crystal clear lake in the Rockies! We invite you to take a stroll down to Rock Lake and jump right in. Rock Lake is 1.6km long and 2.1 km wide with a max depth of 27.8 meters.
Why not spend the day canoeing around the still waters of Rock Lake.
Canoeing is the perfect way to fully appreciate the beauty and tranquility of RockLake.
Canoe rentals are available at Rock Lake lodge. Contact the lodge to book your canoeing trip today and to enquire about pricing.
With Rock lake being 1.6km long and 2.1 km wide with a max depth of 27.8 meters this is an ideal location to take a cruise on the lake. Jump in the water or drop a fishing line, the activities are endless.
Allowed: Power Boating
*Available at an extra cost
Whether you are a beginner or an expert, axe throwing is a great activity for the whole family!
Once you start throwing we promise you won’t want to stop! If you’d like to participate in this activity stop by our lodge and we’d be happy to accommodate you.
Tips to throwing an axe:
• You’ll stand 15’ from the target.
• Using a two handed grip, bring the axe over your head and lean back.
• Let your body follow as your swing the axe forward. Once your arms are just past the top of your head, release the axe!
• Don’t flick your wrists, as this will cause an over rotation of the axe, and it won’t stick in the wood.
- Children’s playground
- Wildlife watching
- Bird watching
- Feature fireplace -inside-
- Relax on the deck
- Board games