Drinking now allowed in 14 provincial picnic sites in Alberta
Just in time for Canada Day weekend, Albertans will be able to drink at 14 provincial day-use picnic sites while consuming food.
The ban on drinking at the specified sites ends at noon on Friday.
The 14 sites have a total of about 200 picnic tables between them, and are located all over the province.
The picnic sites that will allow drinking include:
- Beauvais Lake Provincial Park (Beaver Creek day use)
- Cypress Hills Provincial Park (East Elkwater day use)
- Dinosaur Provincial Park (main day use)
- Little Elbow Provincial Recreation Area (Forget-me-not Pond day use)
- Spray Valley Provincial Park (Wedge Pond day use)
- Fish Creek Provincial Park (Hulls Wood day use)
- Cobble Flats Provincial Recreation Area (Cobble Flats day use)
- Miquelon Lake Provincial Park (main day use)
- Pigeon Lake Provincial Park (main day use)
- William A. Switzer Provincial Park (Kelly’s Bathtub day use)
- Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park (day-use C picnic shelter)
- Beaver Lake Provincial Recreation Area (day-use picnic shelter
- Whitney Lakes Provincial Park (Ross Lake day-use shelter)
- Saskatoon Island Provincial Park (main day use)