Great Blue Heron Provincial Park-Emma Lake

Box 66
Christopher Lake
S0J 0N0
(306) 982-6250

From Prince Albert, 45 km north on Highway No. 2.

The park was officially proclaimed August 29, 2013 and protects an area of 112 km2 (11,168 hectares). The park boundary includes the former Emma Lake and Anglin Lake recreation sites as well as adjacent crown land surrounding Oscar and Blanche lakes. The southern access to the park includes Christopher Lake, Emma Lake and the beautiful Murray Point Campground. Play, swim, hike and fish within a short walk of your campsite. Shop, golf and enjoy a delicious meal within a short drive of your hotel or cabin. From the modern conveniences of shopping, restaurants and art galleries, to watching loons and blue herons in their natural environment; many adventures await in the Lakeland area.

There are two main lakes in Great Blue Heron Provincial Park: Anglin and Emma. 

There are four beaches located throughout the park. There are two on the Anglin Lake side - one at the Anderson Point campground and another at the Jacobsen Bay day-use area. There are another two at Emma Lake - one at the Murray Point campground and another at the Murray Point day-use area. 
 
Both the Jacobsen Bay and Murray Point day-use areas offer picnic areas, fish-filleting stations and more. Two boat launches are available: one at Jacobsen Bay on Anglin Lake and another just north of the Murray Point campground beach on Emma Lake.
 
There is excellent fishing on both lakes, and Anglin Lake is known for its exceptional canoe and kayak opportunities.

Special events and interpretive programs are held throughout the summer.

There are a wide variety of other services near to and in the park, including accommodations, groceries, fuel, watercraft rentals and more. 

 

  • BBQ
  • Beach
  • Pets Accepted

Picnic tables

Wood barbecue/firepit

Group camping

Firewood available

Drinking water

Dumping station

Filleting Station

Trails (Summer/Winter)

Activities: Interpretive programs, biking, fishing, hiking and boating

 

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Box 66
Christopher Lake
S0J 0N0
(306) 982-6250

From Prince Albert, 45 km north on Highway No. 2.