Lacombe Lake Park

Lacombe Lake Dog Park Updates

  • The small dog area is now open for dogs weighing 11 kg (25 lbs) and under!
  • Construction was completed inside Lacombe Lake Dog Park in November 2021 to repair the bioswale and improve drainage in the area. Temporary construction fencing is now up until spring 2022 to allow grass seed to germinate. Please keep out of closed areas. 

About the Park

As a community favorite, this park is often bustling with activity! From the Pond Hockey Championships and Fire and Ice Festival hosted here in February, to the popularity of the fenced dog park and trail wrapped lake, this park is a gathering place for those needing fresh air and outdoor fun.


  • Bike repair station.
  • Easy access to the Red Willow Trail System, which includes 99.5 km of recreational trails that connect to St. Albert parks and playgrounds.
  • Fenced dog park with a designated area for small dogs.
  • Heated washroom and change building - Lacombe Lake Park pavilion is open for washroom access only, from 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. daily
  • Open field space for kite flying, catch, tag and more!
  • Parking lot.
  • Picnic tables and benches.
  • Skating (winter months).
  • Fishing (summer months).
  • Swim area for dogs (summer months).
  • Walking trails.    

View of trails in Lacombe Lake Park    Woman walking dog on trail at Lacombe Lake Park

Stocking the Lake

In May 2022, the Alberta Conservation Association stocked Lacombe Lake with brook and rainbow trout in an effort to create annual local angling opportunities. People 16 to 65 years of age require a fishing licence. For more information, please visit the Alberta Guide to Sportfishing Regulations

Please Note: The Alberta Conservation Association (ACA), in partnership with the City of St. Albert, is conducting an angler survey from May to September at Lacombe Lake. This will help determine whether the lake’s stocking numbers and species need to be maintained or improved. 

The angler survey will include an online survey, in person survey conducted by ACA or City staff periodically throughout the summer, and wildlife cameras installed around the lake. The cameras will capture hourly, low resolution images so that a count of anglers on site can be determined. These images will not be high enough resolution for any facial features to be recognizable. Once an angler count has been obtained by the ACA, the images will be deleted. 

Have questions about the angler survey? View the Angler Survey FAQ

Visit the ACA website to learn more and complete the survey today

Please remember when using the park

  • All dogs must be on-leash, except when in the fenced dog park.
  • Pick up after your pet.
  • Natural areas may contain hazardous conditions, so use at your own risk.
  • Leave no trace and stay on established trails.
  • Leave trees (both living and non-living) in place.

How do I get there?

The park is located at 140 McKenney Ave.


Available for use from 5 a.m. - 11 p.m. as identified in the Parks Bylaw.

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Last edited: May 15, 2022