Woodland Park Campground is located on a small bay of Bull Lake with access to Buck Lake to the North and Horseshoe Lake to the South East.
Post Office Bay
A quiet bay with great opportunity for wildlife viewing.
Heron and Loons are frequently seen here along with one of the biggest beaver homes we have seen.
We sometimes refer to it as the Beaver Hotel or Beaver Condominium since it is so big.
Narrows to Horseshoe Lake
Motor boats will want to trim to shallow drive and stay near the shoreline with the rock cliff.
Narrows to Buck Lake
Motor boats will want to trim to shallow drive and stay centre.
Nicknamed "the Amazon" by some campers. This waterway is navigatable by motor boats when the water is high and is good for canoes and kayaks all season. It meanders through a forested area and opens up to a photo-worthy view with rapids/falls. Motor boat operators will want to trim the motor to shallow drive.
The Chutes/Rapids flow under a scenic old-fashioned bridge now used for the Trans Canada ATV Trail.