Camrose County Nature Conservation Centre

Nature Conservation Center Brochure
The Nature Conservation Centre is a beautiful day use area in the southeast corner of Camrose County.  This is a great place to watch birds, go for a walk, canoe, or even scuba dive.  The pond is stocked with rainbow trout and a busy place for fisherman in the summer and winter.  The picnic area has a gazebo and fire pits as well as a playground and washroom facilities.

So what do you like to do…?

It’s all here

  • swimming
  • non motorized boating
  • scuba diving
  • fishing
  • nature walks
  • bird watching
  • fire pits
  • picnics
  • or just laying around in the sun

A full family experience!

How do you get here?

From Camrose travel 14.5 km east on Highway 13 to Green Grove Road then 8.5 km south to TWP 452


From Camrose travel 3.5 km east to Highway 56 and 11.5 km south on Highway 56 to HeatherBrae Hall Road (TWP 452) then east 8 km to RGE 185.

Park History

What do you do with a decommissioned gravel pit?  Make a beautiful park! 



Camrose County hopes the Nature Conservation Center will set the benchmark for all gravel pit recalmations as we believe this project epitomizes what environmentally friendly and beautiful results can emerge from such humble beginnings.  The Nature Conservation Centre was officially opened on July 31, 2010. Over 300 people joined in the celebration which was attended by Premier Stelmach, provincial MLAs, and Camrose County residents. This unique park is open for everyone to enjoy!