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Calling Lake

This beautiful, charming community is situated on the eastern shore of Calling Lake, known for its tranquility and  recreational pleasures.

The Cree name of the lake, “Kito-Sakahekan” is most famous for the sounds of ice cracking that echo for a long distance.

With a population of 415, the area is rich with culture  mixed with close-knit neighborly charm. In summer, the population swells as a number of lakeside cottagers enjoy their getaway destination.

Google Map of Calling Lake

Accommodations


Calling Lake
Municipal Campground

(780) 331-3860
Number of sites:81
Services: Water, power, boat launch,
firewood,
beach, walking trail.
$36/night to book online go to: https://www.campspot.com/book/calling-lake-municipal-campground
Open May-September

Jo-Kat Lodge
(780) 331-2000
Number of rooms: 33
Services: Restaurant, cable TV

Tanasiuk Rock Island
Lake Campground

(780) 331-3860
Number of sites: 51
Services: Unserviced,
firewood, boat launch,
beach, walking trail.
$15/night.
Open May-October

Recreation

Calling Lake offers great fishing (summer and winter) as well as a place to participate in water activities like swimming, kayaking, or tubing. Quadding, horse back riding, cross country ski and snow mobile trails weave in and out of the forested area.

Beautiful scenery including wildlife can be viewed all around the area, great for photography enthusiasts. Berry patches are fenced off to keep the plants safe from motorized vehicles.

Restaurants

Jo-Kat Lodge
(780) 331-2000
along HWY 813 north of Calling Lake
Open 7am-7pm 7 days a week
Lunch specials, Outdoor patio

Stores

Moosehorn Market on Calling Lake Drive
Groceries, gas, convenience items

RaceTrak Gas on HWY 813 north of Calling Lake
Convenience items, gas, propane, liquor, showers available