Imrie Park

Onoway & District Fish & Game Association & Gun Club

Imrie Park is located about 5 miles east of Onoway on the shores of Devil's Lake just off Highway 37. It is a 216 acre park with groomed trails and natural habitat viewing area as well as camping, day use and group use facilities. Marie Louise Imrie donated this land in 1989 to Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks and Wildlife Foundation. Currently there are 18 camping spots, a cookhouse, an enclosed picnic shelter, and a day use area. The Fish and Game Club put in a new playground in November 2011. Onoway Fish and Game manage this facility on behalf of the Foundation.

  • There is a manager in attendance from May to September. Reservations are required for both campsites and day use areas.
  • Costs are $19 for non-powered & $23 for power per night per unit including GST. Camping fees are non-refundable. Group reservations include camping fees and exclusive use of the cookhouse - reservations required. Bookings are non-refundable.
  • 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.
  • The park gate is closed to day use visitors at 10:00 pm which is the start of quiet time for all campsites.
  • Motorized vehicles, except wheelchairs, are not permitted on site at any time.
  • Stay on designated trails and do not disturb, damage or destroy plants or wildlife.
  • For bookings, Please call: 780-405-6176 or email.
  • Imrie Park is located one km south of Highway 37 on Range Road 15