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Feature: The Alberta Air Photo Library has photos dating back to the 1920's!
Did You Know?: You can rent Tents at Alberta Parks! Look on this map to find a site close to you.
News: Castle Parks, just south of the Crowsnest Pass, has recently opened with new campsites and trails for you to explore. Find maps and information here.
Feature: Flood hazard mapping delineates flood hazard areas along streams and lakes using design flood levels established as part of flood hazard studies. Find maps of flood regions near you.
Feature: The Groundwater Observation Well Network (GOWN) is an Alberta network of groundwater monitoring wells located in various aquifers throughout the province. Current and historical groundwater level information for the active and inactive wells can be accessed from this map.
Information: Environmental Assessments back to 1973 are posted on Environment and Parks site. Environmental Assessment process allows companies and government decision makers to examine the effects that a proposed project may have on the environment.
News: Family Fishing Weekend July 8-9.
Fishing is an easy and enjoyable way for family and friends to connect with some of Albertas natural resources our lakes, rivers, streams and the fish that live in them. See the Fish Stocking Map to help decide where to go.
Did You Know? The Bow Valley Provincial Park has multiple trails and geocaching to add to the fun. Download the map for your summer hike.
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