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Elinor Lake Resort is a place to buy or rent your own lake lot. It’s a place to build a cabin or bring your RV. Then spend quality time at the lake – and in nature.

It’s all on the doorstep to one of Alberta’s key parks, Lakeland Provincial Park. It’s no wonder they call this “Canmore North!” This is Alberta’s newest cottage country. And, it’s surrounded by thick forests, gentle hills, and more than 100 other sparkling lakes.

Isn’t it time to get your place at the lake?


Elinor Lake has been a popular place to visit for over 100 years. In 1927, a story in the Edmonton Journal called the area a “campers’ paradise.” Most still see it that way.

Elinor Lake originally became a resort in 1995. It included cabins for rent and a 200-lot campground. In 2007, the campground area was converted to bareland condo.  

This means visitors can now buy or rent their own lake lot. The sale lots are in the designated bareland condo area. The leased lots are in the seasonal area.


Condominiums are special pieces of real estate where part of the property is owned privately and part is owned by everyone together. 

In bareland condominiums, the lots are owned privately. Things like the roadways are common property, owned together.


Elinor Lake Resort’s amenities include:

Visitors also Enjoy!


There is a lot to see and do around Elinor Lake Resort.


Lakeland Provincial Park is one of northern Alberta’s key parks. This park (plus the recreation area) is more than 600 square kilometres in size. It has eleven major lakes and dozens of smaller ones. It also includes Alberta’s only canoe circuit. Elinor Lake Resort is an important staging area into Lakeland.

Lac La Biche

Elinor Lake Resort is a half hour from the town of Lac La Biche. This is one of the oldest communities in western Canada. While most towns in Alberta are barely 100 years old, Lac La Biche is over 200 years old! Services include grocery stores, gas stations, restaurants, taverns, drugstores, sporting goods, the Bold Centre (fitness & recreation), an indoor aquatics centre, a bingo hall and a new high school. The community also has a hospital.

Lac La Biche Golf and Country Club

This golf course is located on the shores of Lac La Biche lake. The first nine holes are wide with nice views. The second nine test your golfing abilities. The 19th hole is the Pelican Grill inside the clubhouse.


Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park is located on an island in Lac La Biche lake. The park is great for picnics, day hikes and bird watching. There is a 2-kilometre roadway linking the island to shore.

Historic Sites

The Lac La Biche Mission was founded by missionaries in 1853. The Mission is the site of many firsts in what is now Alberta. This includes:

Portage La Biche connects the Athabasca River and the Churchill River systems. It was an important part of the early fur trade routes. The portage became a Provincial Historic Resource in 1993. It is the only portage to have this status in Alberta.

RCAF Cairns

Many of the region’s lakes have been named after Royal Canadian Air Force members who died during WWII. These lakes are now marked with cairns. Mathews Lake is one of these lakes. It is also part of the Elinor Lake Resort property. A cairn sits on the south end of this lake.


There is always a lot going on all year round in the towns near Elinor Lake Resort. Events include Pow Wows, Rodeos, Mud Bogs and Fish Derbies.


Good photos are really memories. They are a moment in time captured forever. These 

are a few of our photos.  We hope the memories will soon be yours.