Many services and attractions to make your summer camping, boating and fishing adventures memorable experiences at one of Alberta's best fishing areas on Lesser Slave Lake, Alberta.
Are you planning on celebrating with fireworks this Canada Day long weekend? The use of fireworks and exploding targets in the County requires written permission from a Forest Officer or County Fire Guardian. Fireworks create hot debris when they are detonated and can cause unintentional wildfires when this debris comes into contact with fuels in the forest, such as dry grass.
So far this season, Alberta firefighters have fought THREE unintentional wildfires started by exploding targets.
To request permission, please contact Bill Lesiuk, Fire Prevention Officer at Big Lakes County at least THREE days before the long weekend.
If you do not have written permission, you could face a fine of $600 and if you are found responsible for starting a wildfire, you could also be charged with the cost of firefighting.
Big Lakes County's Fire Chief would also like to remind you that the sale and use of flying or sky lanterns (e.g. Chinese lanterns) does not meet the intent of the National Fire Code (Alberta Edition) and is illegal to sell or use in Alberta.
Good Morning SPPA Campers. We have worked on our Covid Restrictions for the upcoming season. The safety of our customers and staff is our main priority. Questions/Concerns can be addressed by calling 780-775-2117 or you may send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or private message.
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