Nestled at a walking distance from Clairmont Lake, Bridgewater residents not only get to enjoy nature in their backyard, they will also prize the natural riches of nearby provincial parks and camping grounds.
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Open all year-round, nearby Muskoseepi Park features over 1,100 acres of parkland with six distinct areas offering their own special opportunities. Walk through the wilderness setting of Bear Creek Valley, explore the past in the Grande Prairie Museum, fish in Muskoseepi Pond, and more.
Saskatoon Island Provincial Park offers a mosaic of forest, wetlands, shrub and native prairie habitats that play host to a variety of plants and animals. As a migratory bird sanctuary with over 100 hectares of protected land, you’ll want to time your visit to see thousands of geese and swans fly south for the winter.
North of Clairmont, about an hour away, lies the Peace River, and some of the best camping in the province happens along its shores and neighbouring lakes. You’re sure to make family memories that last a lifetime!
Bear Lake Campground for the nature lover is just 15 minutes east of Bridgewater. Bear Lake is large and shallow perfect for hand-launched water craft from the Park’s boat launch. A great place to canoe, kayak, paddle board, or kite board. Amenities include a day use shelter with a wood stove, outdoor restrooms, large playground, ball diamond, and a lovely waterfront for picnicking and daydreaming.
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