8 acres on Pigeon Lake with 600 ft of uninterrupted SW facing lakefront access. Located in rural Wetaskiwin County approximately 70 km (43 miles) from Edmonton. Amazing elevations with 180 degree views. Possible subdivision. Must be seen!
Very rare and unique opportunity on Pigeon Lake. 600 feet of uninterrupted southwest facing lakefront access. This untouched 8 acres is nestled at the south end of Silver Beach Road near Mulhurst Bay. The property can be subdivided as per the County of Wetaskiwin. The land is raw, unspoiled and very treed and is accessible by gravel road. Amazing elevations give you an ideal landscape for your dream lake house with private entry and walk out potential. Amazing 180 degree views of Pigeon Lake. Keep as your own or apply to subdivide for lake lots. Must be seen!! GST may apply.
Pigeon Lake - Rural Wetaskiwin County, Alberta
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Pigeon Lake is located in Central Alberta, and is one of the most intensely used recreational areas in Alberta. It straddles the boundary between Leduc County and the County of Wetaskiwin No. 10 and is located close to Edmonton, Leduc and Wetaskiwin.
The Village of Pigeon Lake is a hamlet within the County of Wetaskiwin No. 10 and is located 0.3 km (0.19 miles) north of Highway 13, approximately 44 km (27 miles) west of Wetaskiwin. The Village consists of a grocery store, two clothing stores, a gift shop, several restaurants, an inn, a spa, liquor store and other tourist amenities.
Communities located along the lakeshore include Pigeon Lake Indian Reserve 138A, ten summer villages (Argentia Beach, Crystal Springs, Golden Days, Grandview, Itaska Beach, Ma-Me-O Beach, Norris Beach, Poplar Bay, Silver Beach and Sundance Beach), and four unincorporated communities (Fisher Home, Mission Beach, Mulhurst Bay and Village at Pigeon Lake). There are also over 2,300 private cottages along its shores.
The lake has a total area of 96.7 km2 (37.3 sq miles) and a maximum depth of 9.1 m (30 ft). It has a catchment area of 187 km2 (72 sq miles), and is an early tributary of the Battle River, to which it is connected through the Pigeon Lake Creek.
Pigeon Lake Provincial Park is established on the western shore of the lake and is accessed from Highway 771. The Pigeon Lake Watershed Association promotes protection of the lake and beneficial management practices in its watershed.
Boating, fishing, swimming and kayaking in the summer months, and ski-dooing, ice fishing, skating, ice hockey and ice golf in the winter months.
Pigeon Lake was previously called "Woodpecker Lake" from Hmi-hmoo (or Ma-Me-O), the Cree word for woodpecker. The name was changed to Pigeon Lake in 1858.
53° 1'44.87"N and 113°59'18.18"W
All that portion of the North West Quarter of Section 2 Township 47 Range 28 West of the Fourth Meridian as shown outlined in orange on filed Plan 1005JY
S Linc 0029 704 798
Title Number 192 080 167
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