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Provincial Park Madness

by • March 24, 2017 • Fun & GamesComments (2)14613

Provincial Park Madness – Clearwater Lake is victorious! 🎉🎉

In a nail biter that lasted well into the evening, Grand Beach and Clearwater Lake proved to be worthy opponents, with a final score of 51.8% to 48.2%. But alas, there can be only one winner in this Provincial Park Madness saga – and the North is a force to be reckoned with. Congratulations to Clearwater Lake Provincial Park for taking home the gold! We will be visiting this summer to shoot a promotional video of this jaw-dropping park!

Provincial Park Madness

So why should you visit Clearwater Lake this year? Hear it from the people who know it best:

“Born and raised around the Clearwater Lake area. The most beautiful and respected lake around. Where else can ten outboards meet and just drop anchor in two feet of water? Find your own bay and have a get together with friends is always fun. Sand everywhere!!! It’s THE BEST!” – Camille

 

“Clearwater Lake… There is no place like it in the world. If you haven’t visited Clearwater Lake north of The Pas then you need to make the trip. It is jaw dropping beautiful with amazing hiking through the caves and mystical beaches to relax and unwind.” – Lori

 

“Beautiful Clearwater Lake one of the three true blue lakes in the world!❤️” – Donna

Congratulations Clearwater Lake!

We’ll see you and your stunning waters soon.

PS…Since the results were SO close and we were so impressed by community engagement, we have made the executive decision to also award a video the 2nd place winner, Grand Beach! Thanks to all who participated and helped to defend their favourite Provincial Park! See you next year for another March Madness.

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2 Responses to Provincial Park Madness – Clearwater Lake is victorious! 🎉🎉

  1. Juanita Giesbrecht says:

    The Name is still Atikameg and that has not changed. There is a sign along the railroad tracks at what used to be the Pioneer Bay stop indicating Atikameg Lake. Over time, the name Clearwater started to be used because of the colour and clarity of the water. I am guessing that when Atikameg became a provincial park that the name that was registered was Clearwater because that name is the translation for Atikameg.

  2. Lynne Cornish says:

    Why is Clearwater Lake not called Atikameg as it was in the past?

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