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Castle Provincial Park and Castle Wildland Provincial Park Management Plan

Castle Management Plan: Continuing the Conversation

The Government of Alberta consulted on the Castle Provincial Park and Castle Wildland Provincial Park Draft Management Plan from January 20th to April 19th, 2017. We heard from thousands of Albertans on their thoughts and ideas around opportunities and experiences within the new Castle Provincial Park and Castle Wildland Provincial Park.

Alberta Environment and Parks has carefully reviewed and considered all comments received and has finalized the Castle Provincial Park and Castle Wildland Provincial Park Management Plan to reflect public, stakeholder and Indigenous communities’ feedback.

The Castle Provincial Park and Castle Wildland Provincial Park protect 80,000 hectares of important fish and wildlife habitats, shared international wildlife populations, and provide headwater protection. The Management Plan will allow for the conservation of these critical and sensitive areas while supporting a vibrant tourism and recreation economy.

A key goal of the Management Plan is to honor the cultural and historical significance of the Castle area to Indigenous people. First Nations will play an ongoing and critical role in the management of the parks through a co-operative management advisory board.

Alberta Environment and Parks will continue to work with communities, businesses, First Nations and all Albertans to ensure that we support the health and prosperity of the region’s ecosystems and communities. To be notified of further opportunities for engagement subscribe to the Alberta Parks online newsletter. Visit the Alberta Parks website at:

Additional work in the region includes the development of a regional tourism strategy and priority planning for Porcupine Hills and Livingstone Range vacant public lands adjacent to the Castle parks’ boundaries. Information on the draft Livingstone-Porcupine Hills Footprint and Recreation Management Plans can be found at:

Media Inquiries

Environment and Parks
780 427-8636
AEP.Mediainquiries@gov.ab.ca

*Disclaimer: We thank you for providing your input. Those who submit feedback will not be contacted individually regarding their submission.

Castle Management Plan: Continuing the Conversation

The Government of Alberta consulted on the Castle Provincial Park and Castle Wildland Provincial Park Draft Management Plan from January 20th to April 19th, 2017. We heard from thousands of Albertans on their thoughts and ideas around opportunities and experiences within the new Castle Provincial Park and Castle Wildland Provincial Park.

Alberta Environment and Parks has carefully reviewed and considered all comments received and has finalized the Castle Provincial Park and Castle Wildland Provincial Park Management Plan to reflect public, stakeholder and Indigenous communities’ feedback.

The Castle Provincial Park and Castle Wildland Provincial Park protect 80,000 hectares of important fish and wildlife habitats, shared international wildlife populations, and provide headwater protection. The Management Plan will allow for the conservation of these critical and sensitive areas while supporting a vibrant tourism and recreation economy.

A key goal of the Management Plan is to honor the cultural and historical significance of the Castle area to Indigenous people. First Nations will play an ongoing and critical role in the management of the parks through a co-operative management advisory board.

Alberta Environment and Parks will continue to work with communities, businesses, First Nations and all Albertans to ensure that we support the health and prosperity of the region’s ecosystems and communities. To be notified of further opportunities for engagement subscribe to the Alberta Parks online newsletter. Visit the Alberta Parks website at:

Additional work in the region includes the development of a regional tourism strategy and priority planning for Porcupine Hills and Livingstone Range vacant public lands adjacent to the Castle parks’ boundaries. Information on the draft Livingstone-Porcupine Hills Footprint and Recreation Management Plans can be found at:

Media Inquiries

Environment and Parks
780 427-8636
AEP.Mediainquiries@gov.ab.ca

*Disclaimer: We thank you for providing your input. Those who submit feedback will not be contacted individually regarding their submission.