St. Brieux Lake is approximately 3 miles long and 1/2 mile wide, surrounded by the dense aspen forest. At the southern tip, the lake connects to Lake Lenore Lake. Both lakes offer great boating and fishing (walleye, northern pike, perch, and whitefish). St. Brieux Park offers both a marina and a fishing dock complete with benches. So sit back and enjoy the view, or take a rest after catching a big one! The new fish filleting house has modern sinks, new table and a garberator for easy filleting. Every boat that is brought into the Park requires a Boat Pass. It does not matter whether you launch your boat or not, if you bring a boat into the Park you must purchase a boat pass for the length of time the boat is in the Park. A boat pass does not include a marina slip rental, this must be reserved and paid for separately. A Boat Pass does provide you with Boat Parking Lot access and launch access. Proceeds from these passes help keep our boating and fishing amenities operating, getting upgrades for these amenities and increasing the amenities.

St. Brieux Lake & the Park's two boat Launches

St. Brieux Lake & the Park’s two Boat Launches

 

Boat Launches & Parking

St. Brieux Regional Park offers two boat launches for all different sizes and types of boats to launch at, with the launch on the right also providing cement pads on both sides. To speed up the launch process even more, please prepare boats for launch and travel on the green space just outside the park gate.  We ask that everyone is respectful of each other while using boat launches, waiting in line and allowing for those on the water to also have a chance to come in off the water. The Park provides three Parking Lots for truck and boat trailers within the Park and a Parking Area for vehicles without trailers, please read the large signs and park in the appropriate spaces.

Universal Shoreline Speed Limit Restriction  – ALL WATERWAYS ARE RESTRICTED TO 10KM/HOUR WITHIN 30 METERS (98.4 FEET) OF THE SHORELINE THROUGHOUT ENTIRE LAKE AREA – Federally & Provincially Enforced

21. Marina

Marina

Marina

The Park offers a 15 slip marina that can be rented by the day, week, or month and gives you the convenience of tying your boat up to the dock rather than launching it daily. The purchase of a Boat Pass does not include a marina slip – this must be purchased separately. The marina has double slip with each boat in the slip having one dock on one side of it. The marina slips can fit all sizes of boats – even a sailboat has used the marina! No Fishing allowed at/on marina.

 

2016 Marina Use Regulations and Details

 

 

Fishing Dock

Fishing Dock

Fishing Dock

The fishing dock is one of the most popular amenities within the Park! At about 40 feet in length and having wide dock platforms the fishing dock can hold up to 15 people at a time! A couple of benches provide for a relaxing afternoon of fishing. All Children 12 years old and under must wear a lifejacket and have adult supervision (19+) at all times when on the docks, marina, and fishing docks.

 

2016 Fishing Dock Rules

 

Fish Filleting Shack

Fish Filleting Shack

Fish Filleting Shack

The Fish Filleting Shack was upgraded in 2011 with a new building, new table, garberater/septic system, and two new sinks. The Park staff keep it consistently cleaned and supplied with paper towel and soap. Open 8:00am-10:00pm daily. Please be completed and cleaned up by 10:00pm – no exceptions!

 

2016 Fish Filleting Shack Details

 

If boating and fishing is not for you, just relax and enjoy the view of gorgeous St. Brieux Lake!

St. Brieux Lake

St. Brieux Lake