NESTLED IN THE HEART OF ALBERTA'S BOREAL FOREST
425 Kilometers (265 Mi) Northeast of Edmonton, Alberta. Winefred Lake boasts some of the finest trophy fishing in Alberta, consistently producing large Northern Pike and Walleye.
Originally constructed of native logs in 1980 Winefred Lake Lodge started as a fly-in fishing lodge,. The original lodge was destroyed by fire in 1981 and was re-constructed with logs from the Edson/Hinton forest, opening to the public in 1984. In the mid to late 1980’s, a primitive trail from Lac La Biche was constructed utilizing trails and right-of-ways created by Alberta’s Oil & Gas and Forestry industries, now making Winefred Lake Lodge a drive-in facility. However, the drive was not for the faint-of-heart and made for some great campfire stories.