From the Rocky Mountains to inner city parks, Wild Rose Country is rich with scenic routes and among them? The Miyo Mahkamikisi Trail in Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park.

A name that means “Good Journey,” this 1 km trail is a beautiful boardwalk with towering trees and lakeside views, but there’s more!

Located northeast of Edmonton, the island also features an old-growth forest and a soft sand beach perfect for getting some fresh air, winding down, or breaking up an action-packed weekend.

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Photo via Alberta Parks

While parts of the area are currently under construction there is truly a ton to see and do.

Luckily, if you’d like to extend your stay (and better your chances of seeing the 230 species of birds), there’s also a campground with cozy cabins, tipis, and room for RVs, tents, and trailers.

Interested in checking it out? You can book your site on the Albera Parks website now – but don’t hesitate.

This boardwalk and the park itself are truly magical!

Miyo Mahkamikisi Trail – Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park, Alberta

Where: Lac La Biche, AB – Directions here