Crimson Lake Provincial Park
Crimson Lake Provincial Park is a provincial park located in Alberta, Canada, 14 kilometers (8.7 mi) west of Rocky Mountain House, off the David Thompson Highway along secondary highway 756.
Crimson Lake received its name from the striking colors of the setting sun reflecting on the surface of its waters seen by an earlier trapper. It is a small, clear, shallow lake set in the meeting spot of foothills pine forests, aspen parkland, bog and muskeg ecosystems. Located on the northeast shore of the lake is Pioneer Ranch Camp, a Christian summer camp within the park’s boundaries.