Queen Elizabeth Provincial Park

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Queen Elizabeth Provincial Park is a provincial park in Alberta, Canada, located north-west of Grimshaw in northern Alberta, west of the junction of Highway 2 and Mackenzie Highway.

It was named Lac Cardinal Provincial Park, and was renamed to Queen Elizabeth Provincial Park in 1978, to commemorate the monarch's visit.

The park is situated on the eastern shore of Cardinal Lake, at an elevation of and has a surface of . It was established on March 1, 1956 and is maintained by Alberta Community Development.


The following activities are available in the park:

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