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Alford Lake Conservation Education Centre for Excellence

Established in 1974, the Alford Lake Conservation Education Centre For Excellence is designed to provide Wildlife Conservation Education students with an opportunity to experience hands on involvement in programs that introduce them to the outdoors and outdoor skills. The emphasis is always on safety.

Facility Features

  • Archery ranges
  • Fishing education area
  • RV parking area for up to 16 units
  • Wilderness survival training area
  • Firearm safety training ranges
  • Wildlife and Fisheries identification
  • Outdoor cooking area
  • Equipment storage and maintenance facilities
  • Camp administration building
  • Map and compass course
  • Large meeting room/dining room complete with food service capability
  • Washrooms and showers 
  • Cabins that are winterized and will accommodate over 100 people. 
  • Classroom

Private Bookings

Alford Lake camp is available for private bookings to our members. Please contact us for more information.

To purchase a membership, please visit https://aheia.com/memberships

Contact Us For More Information

Where is Alford Lake?

To get to Alford Lake, proceed west from Innisfail on highway 54 to Caroline. Continue west 24 kms then 1.6 kms north.

Alberta Hunter Education Instructors' Association
Alford Lake Conservation Education Centre for Excellence

Box 369
Caroline, AB T0M 0M0

(403) 722-2423

(403) 722-2445