The Obed Lake Campground is a small campground located adjacent to Obed Lake with easy access off of Highway 16. People fishing or canoeing on Obed Lake typically use this site. Obed Lake contains eastern brook trout, yellow perch, and trophy class brown trout. (Two of the largest brown trout caught in Alberta in 1999 came from Obed Lake).
How to Get There
This site is accessed off of Highway 16. Approximately 40 kilometres west of Edson, or 35 kilometres east of Hinton, look for signs indicating the Obed Lake campground. The campground is located on the north side of the highway.
The road is accessible by 2-wheel drive.
There is a $11/night fee per unit (a unit is a tent or a R.V.).
FRMA provides firewood free of charge.
This campground is maintained by FRMA. This has been sub-contracted to Fox Creek Development Association, an aboriginal owned company located in Hinton, with a long working relationship with Hinton Wood Products.
All sites are on a first come, first served basis. No reservations will be taken for this campground.