Beaver Mines Lake
96 Sites
PROVINCIAL RECREATION AREA
Fire Restiction in effect - Click for details
Safe wood campfires allowed in fire rings in designated campgrounds..
Firewood sales available on site from mid May to Labour Day. Clean quiet camping, well treed, some sites along the lake with others in close proximity as well as other sites with a view of the lake, boat launch and parking area for boat trailers available, trailer dumping and fresh water is available at the Lundbreck Fire Hall, Pincher Creek Co-op Location and in Crowsnest Pass.

You are expected to bring your own water. Government of Alberta regulations require that water from pumps/taps like the one located here NOT be used for drinking, cooking or washing (including brushing teeth and washing dishes). Water from the pump/tap onsite can only be used for purposes like putting out a campfire.
2016 Rates
All sites are first-come first-serve
Payment by cash or personal cheque only.
CAMPING SITE:
$23
/ unit / night
FIREWOOD:
TBA
Checkout time is 2pm
Maximum 16 day stay
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Contact Info
Operator:
Phone:
403.627.1165
Location
21 km. West of Pincher Creek then south on Hwy 774 for 15 km watch for the Beaver Mines east turning sign, or Follow Hwy 3 west from Pincher Creek to Hwy 507 then south 15 km which turns into Hwy 774 south for another 15 kms,  watch for the park sign indicating an east turn of 5km to the lake at the base of Table Mountain.

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Activities
Stocked Lake fishing,  river fishing in area, hiking, quading, mountain biking, boating (12 km speed limit), other mountain lake fishing in the area.  For other activities in the area visit Pincher Creek @ www.pincher-creek.com or Crowsnest Pass @ www.gocrowsnest.ca
Rules and Regulations
Maximum 16 day stay in all Provincial Recreation Areas
Firearms are prohibited within Provincial Recreation Areas.
Bathroom facilities are of the outhouse variety,
no flush toilets or showers are available.
Each sleeping unit on site must register and
fee per/unit paid. 
Dogs must be kept on leash at all times.
Quiet time is 11:00 PM.  No Visitors after 11:00 PM
Speed limit is 20 km/hr unless otherwise posted.
This information is intended as a general outline of the regulations under the Alberta Provincial Parks Act which deals with recreational activities in provincial recreation areas. These rules are subject to change without notice.
View the Alberta Provincial Parks Act to review the complete regulations.
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