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A Provincial Park (PP) is an area set aside by the province of Alberta to protect both natural and cultural landscapes and features. Provincial parks are designed to accommodate the recreational interests of people while protecting the natural habitats within them. This generally means low-impact activities such as Nordic skiing, hiking, camping, interpretive programs, wildlife viewing, and similar activities.
Eagle Point Provincial Park is over 19.6 km2 (1,962 ha) of protected lands and is located downstream of the Highway 22 Bridge
A Provincial Recreation Area (PRA) is an area designated primarily for a variety of outdoor recreation activities, including carefully managed motorized off-highway vehicle. Provincial Recreation Areas area a valuable conservation tool and are able to consolidate certain kinds of recreational activities within appropriate areas, thereby diverting those activities from other more sensitive sites nearby.
Blue Rapids Provincial Recreation Area is over 36.4 km2 (3640 ha) of protected lands and is located upstream of the Highway 22 Bridge