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Discover the joy of outdoor adventures at Imrie Park and Salter’s Lake. Immerse yourself in the beauty of Imrie Park, a 216-acre park graced with groomed trails, camping facilities, and a natural habitat viewing area. Unwind and fish at Salter’s Lake, a well-maintained fishing haven where community dedication has nurtured a thriving fish population. Discover the magic of these two distinct locations, each offering its unique blend of natural wonders and recreational pleasures.

Imrie Park

Campground & day use

Camping season: May 3 – Oct 14 (Thanksgiving weekend)
Camp host in attendance: May – September
Reservations opening: January 1 of each year

Reservations are required for campsites.

Gate is closed to day use visitors: 10:00 pm
Start of quiet time for all campsites: 10:00 pm

You can find more about Imrie Park on our facebook page

Prices 2023

All reservations are non-refundable unless notified in writing up to two weeks prior to your confirmed camping date.
For more info contact us at 780-405-6176

Powered site: 25/site


Non-Powered site: 20/site


About 5 miles east of Onoway on the shores of Devil’s Lake and approximately 1 km south of Highway 37 on Range Road 15.


18 camping spots (powered + non-powered) • cookhouse with room with a wood stove and fridge (for groups) • enclosed picnic shelter • day use area • outhouses • water pump – water is potable and tested regularly • groomed trails for walking, or cross country skiing in winter • bird/lake outlook building • firewood

Park rules:

  • Fires are allowed in designated fire pits and camp stoves only.
  • Dogs are permitted in camping areas and hiking trails but must be leashed at all times. Please respect our visitors and clean up after your pets.
  • Off highway vehicles are not to be operated within the campgrounds or park.
  • Stay on designated trails and do not disturb, damage or destroy plants or wildlife.


Marie Louise Imrie donated this land in 1989 to Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks and Wildlife Foundation. The foundation put in a new playground in November 2011. Onoway Fish & Game manages this facility on behalf of the Foundation.

Salter’s Lake

Onoway Fish & Game has been taking care of Salter’s Lake since 1981. Generous donations and countless volunteer hours from our club members have turned it into a beautifully kept fishing lake that’s loved by both locals and visitors.

Accessible to the public year-round, the lake is regularly stocked with rainbow trout every spring and fall, a task carried out by Alberta Sustainable Resource Development. To help the fish population, the lake is also aerated. Salter’s Lake has a accessible boat launch and pier, with the stipulation that only boats equipped with electric motors are permitted. Remember, the rules outlined in Alberta Fishing Regulations are in effect.


Salter’s Lake is situated south of Onoway on RR 22. Turn left (east) onto Two 544, a short dead-end road that leads to parking, an outhouse, picnic area, and a dock.