Alberta Secondary Highways - Park Access Roads

Park Access Roads

A park access road (PAR) is an access route managed by Alberta Transportation that connects provincial parks to designated provincial highways. The following is a list of all park access roads in Alberta as of May, 2010.

PAR
No.
Connecting
Highway
Destination Length
(km)
101 Highway 25 Park Lake Provincial Park 6.768
102 Highway 756 Crimson Lake Provincial Park 1.841
103 Highway 873 Kinbrook Island Provincial Park 1.766
104 Highway 831 Long Lake Provincial Park 1.531
106 Highway 2 Queen Elizabeth Provincial Park 5.147
107 Highway 18
Highway 763
Thunder Lake Provincial Park 2.538
108 Highway 679 Winagami Lake Provincial Park 2.772
109 Highway 623 Miquelon Lake Provincial Park 0.086
110 Highway 529 Little Bow Provincial Park 1.756
113 Highway 43 Williamson Provincial Park 1.652
115 Highway 41 Cypress Hills Provincial Park 2.376
116 Highway 567 Big Hill Springs Provincial Park 2.372
117 Highway 43 Saskatoon Island Provincial Park 3.808
120 Highway 28 Garner Lake Provincial Park 4.782
121 Highway 41 Gooseberry Lake Provincial Park 1.618
123 Highway 40 William A. Switzer Provincial Park 2.795
124 Highway 20 Jarvis Bay Provincial Park 0.547
127 Highway 771 Pigeon Lake Provincial Park 1.147
129 Highway 881 Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park 2.073
130 Highway 544 Dinosaur Provincial Park 16.836
131 Highway 503 Woolford Provincial Park 1.808
132 Highway 500 Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park 0.883
133 Highway 21 Dry Island Buffalo Jump Provincial Park 17.965
134 Highway 527 Willow Creek Provincial Park 1.747
135 Highway 43 Young's Point Provincial Park 9.562
136 Highway 2 Police Outpost Provincial Park 20.287
138 Highway 28 Cold Lake Provincial Park 1.355
142 Highway 32 Carson-Pegasus Provincial Park 4.143
143 Highway 750 Hilliard's Bay Provincial Park 10.841
150 Highway 660 Moose Lake Provincial Park 1.121
152 Highway 22 Chain Lakes Provincial Park 1.216

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