Established in 1988, the Parks and Wildlife Ventures Program was created to fulfil the objectives of the Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks and Wildlife Foundation in the belief that Alberta’s natural areas and parks are important and should strive to conserve wildlife habitat and water while providing low-impact recreational opportunities for the public.
Explore the lands owned by the Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks and Wildlife Foundation, and learn how you can enjoy them.
Parks and Wildlife Ventures properties offer a variety of outdoor experiences and they can be found throughout the province.
Detailed information on each property can be found below.
- Anderson Wildlife Refuge (PDF, 213 KB)
- Imrie House (PDF, 227 KB)
- Imrie Park (PDF, 243 KB)
- Imrie Prospector's Point (PDF, 298 KB)
- Lower Mann Lake (PDF, 204 KB)
- Mothersole Park (PDF, 220 KB)
- MRM Wildlife Habitat (PDF, 212 KB)
- Perrenoud Wildlife Habitat Area (PDF, 69 KB)
- Wilson Wildlife Habitat Area (PDF, 72 KB)
To view a map of where these properties are located, see:
- Parks and Wildlife Ventures Land Holdings Location Map (PDF, 1.0 MB)
The natural areas and parks managed by Alberta Environment and Parks provide habitat for wildlife, ensures watershed protection and provide recreational opportunities for the public. We encourage careful and responsible planning for continued growth in Alberta so future generations may enjoy our beautiful natural areas.
How We Conserve Natural Areas
The Park and Wildlife Ventures program supports private land conservation in Alberta through land management, partnerships with conservation groups and consultative process.
Land Donations and Purchases
The Parks and Wildlife Ventures program is no longer accepting donations of land. We will continue to provide consultative services to those wishing to donate their lands and work with partner organizations to continue the protection of Alberta’s natural spaces.
Parks and Wildlife Ventures partners
The Park and Wildlife Ventures program brings together landowners, community groups, industry, government agencies, non-government agencies, volunteers and donors to conserve valuable habitat. The program partners with other conservation agencies to manage lands, and to promote conservation in Alberta.
Our partners include: