ABOUT SYLVAN LAKE
Situated on the southern shore of Sylvan Lake, The Town of Sylvan Lake is located just 18 kilometres west of Red Deer. The Town is ideally located on the Calgary-Edmonton Corridor, with both Calgary and Edmonton less than 150km away to the north and south of the Town.
Sylvan Lake is a thriving hub of activity for families, seniors, and individuals of all ages. There are schools, churches, plenty of shopping options, and year round activities.
Sylvan Lake has a long history as a popular resort town. Because of the beautiful lake and the well-developed waterfront, tourism has been Sylvan Lake’s biggest draw since it incorporated in 1913. The town attracts over 761, 000 visitors in summer. Year round guests of the community enjoy activities and amenities such as outdoor waterslides, a marina with water sport rentals, swimming, golfing, hockey, curling, kite skiing and snow machining, fishing, an indoor BMX park, and much, much more.
Waterfront restaurants and shops are popular attractions, with something for everyone.
Sylvan Lake Visitor Services
Monday through Friday: >5:45 AM – 11:00 PM
Saturday and Sunday:6:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Statutory Holidays:10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Beach Ambassadors Hut
Located at the edge of Centennial Park
Closed for the Season
Sylvan Lake is located 18 kilometres west of the City of Red Deer linked by a divided highway, David Thompson (Hwy #11), and provides easy access to the Edmonton-Calgary corridor, Queen Elizabeth II (Hwy #2) the provincial transportation hub.