The Outdoor Recreation Channel

Welcome to the Outdoor Recreation Channel! This platform, created by Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP), is designed to improve collaboration between the province’s planning staff and Albertans who enjoy outdoor recreation.

Throughout this platform you will find information about outdoor recreation and opportunities to provide feedback. We hope to create a community that promotes respectful and productive discussion and collaboration!


Welcome to the Outdoor Recreation Channel! This platform, created by Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP), is designed to improve collaboration between the province’s planning staff and Albertans who enjoy outdoor recreation.

Throughout this platform you will find information about outdoor recreation and opportunities to provide feedback. We hope to create a community that promotes respectful and productive discussion and collaboration!


  • Bighorn Country Proposal

    10 months ago

    The Government of Alberta is consulting Albertans on Bighorn Country, an exciting proposal for a mix of parks and public lands that would conserve important and unique natural landscapes while encouraging economic, recreation and tourism opportunities. We are currently surveying Albertans for your input on the Bighorn Country proposal, and we invite you to share your views by completing this online survey and participating in telephone townhalls.

    The Government of Alberta is consulting Albertans on Bighorn Country, an exciting proposal for a mix of parks and public lands that would conserve important and unique natural landscapes while encouraging economic, recreation and tourism opportunities. We are currently surveying Albertans for your input on the Bighorn Country proposal, and we invite you to share your views by completing this online survey and participating in telephone townhalls.

  • Livingstone - Porcupine Hills Footprint and Recreation Planning

    10 months ago

    The Livingstone-Porcupine Hills area includes extensive portions of an ecologically diverse landscape, and is identified in the South Saskatchewan Regional Plan (2014) as a priority for Land Footprint and Recreation Management planning. In response, the Government of Alberta developing the Livingstone-Porcupine Hills Land Footprint and Recreation Management plans with input from the public. The plans will now move forward into the implementation and monitoring phase.

    The Livingstone-Porcupine Hills area includes extensive portions of an ecologically diverse landscape, and is identified in the South Saskatchewan Regional Plan (2014) as a priority for Land Footprint and Recreation Management planning. In response, the Government of Alberta developing the Livingstone-Porcupine Hills Land Footprint and Recreation Management plans with input from the public. The plans will now move forward into the implementation and monitoring phase.