Stafford Lake Resort
Your Home Away From Home
10am - 10pm daily
Concession open weekends only in June
Vehicle pass $10
Boat Launch $15
All out of province boats must be government inspected before entering the lake
Help keep our waters clean!!!
Stafford Lake Shred Fest
Trevor Panczak Country Music Concert
July 30 7:30pm
A Visit to Remember
Located just 20 minutes east of Lethbridge, AB on Hwy 3, Stafford Park's unbeatable location and access to incredible water makes is a haven for sun/sand worshipers and water enthusiasts. It is a popular recreational area that can accommodate an array of activities including watercraft sports, swimming, fishing, basketball, volleyball, bicycle riding, kayaking & and paddle boarding. A new boat launch and docking area make access to the water quick and easy. The Ice cream shop and hot dog stand is flanked by a new sandy beach and picnic areas. The Park's seasonal and short-stay campsites are equipped with fire pits and picnic tables. Potable water and septic disposal are available at your discretion or by contracting with the Park for that service.
Amenities & Services
With over half a kilometer of beach and swimming area visitors can enjoy the hot summer sun. Please keep all floating/swimming inside the swim area rope.
10 minutes from Coaldale and 20 minutes from Lethbridge makes Stafford Lake a convenient option for seasonal lakeside camping.
Stafford Lake has lots of room to get out on the water. Come try one of our kids kayaks $5/hr or a stand up paddleboard $10/hr
The Dawg House
The Dawg House hot dog stand is opening soon!!!
Iceream and gourmet soda store open afternoons weather depenent.
Overnight camping is non serviced: Weekdays $25/nightWeekends $30/nightAsk about our group camping sites.
Day pass - $10/vehicle or $100 season pass
Day pass with boat - $15/vehicle & boat or $150 season pass
Overnight camping - $25/day non serviced
Cash/Credit/Debit/E-Transfer all accepted
Opening hours 10am to sunset
Alcohol is not permitted in the public park
No Littering in the park
Dogs must be on a leash and not on the beach or swimming area