Beaver River First Nation
Tansi! Welcome to Beaver Lake Cree Nation, a proud and friendly First Nation community located in northeastern Alberta, in the heart of the boreal forest and on the shores of scenic Beaver Lake.
As a forward-thinking Nehiyaw Nation, Beaver Lake strives to deliver programs and services that facilitate a healthy, strong, and vibrant community while promoting physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being. We are progressing towards a goal of economic sovereignty and enhanced internal capacity.
Beaver Lake Cree Nation has its own K-12 school, an early learning and child care centre, a dedicated health centre, and an addictions treatment centre operating since 1984 and providing a unique, holistically-driven wellness program.
About Beaver River First Nation
Why Beaver River?
Beaver Lake Cree Nation owns and operates a 142–site seasonal campground situated on the shores of picturesque Beaver Lake. Natural sand beaches, plentiful poplar trees, and bountiful fish make Spruce Point a favoured destination for local, regional, and international outdoor enthusiasts. Located six kilometres south of Lac La Biche in Lakeland County, a well-known mecca in northeastern Alberta for nature devotees, Spruce Point Resort and Campground hosts picnics and other outdoor functions throughout the summer.
Beaver Lake’s annual Pow Wow is one of the largest in the area, attracting more than 450 competitors from across Canada and the U.S.
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