The Provincial Park Beach is now wheelchair accessible thanks to our brand new mobility-mat! The mat has been rolled out and will be in place through to the end of September. The chair can be accessed during that time by visiting the Christina Lake Visitor Centre. To ensure the safety of the mobi-chair users a care aid must be in attendance and a life jacket worn. A waiver must be signed and a member of the tourism staff will accompany the user’s to the beach to assist with chair setup, a time for drop off determined.
Bring your family to the sunny Provincial Park Beach at the south end of Christina Lake where they can relax on the sand, picnic using the tables, and gaze out onto the calm blue waters. There’s plenty of sand and space along the beach to stretch out your towels, and the warm water invites swimming or just splashing around! There are washrooms and water on site, so you can stay for a while or stay all day.
This intimate provincial park features a big, beautiful beach that stretches almost a thousand feet along the shore. Picnic tables are handily located at the top of the sandy area next to a shady grove of trees. Pick your ideal location for enjoying the sun or hanging out in the shade.
The shallow water stretches out a good distance, with good wading and play areas for small children. Floats and paddleboards can be launched to explore the lake, or for taking a nice long float in the sunshine.
As seen from the south beach, Christina Lake gently folds into lush, forested slopes to the north. A slight bend in the lake means that less than half is seen, but this also creates the picturesque effect of overlapping hillsides fading into the distance. The continuing water invites exploration of the north end by boat and by hiking the Deer Point Trail.
Summer days means lots of sunshine and warm water for perfect family adventures at the Christina Lake Provincial Park Beach. Let loose your imagination on sand castles and moats,
or relax and soak up the sun; taking an occasional refreshing plunge into the clean waters to truly experience the magic of Christina Lake. This is our most accessible beach and features plenty of picnic tables, volleyball net, drinking fountain and flush toilets. Turn west off Highway #3 onto West Lake Drive then turn right at Park Road.
This is our most accessible beach and features plenty of picnic tables, volleyball net, drinking fountain and flush toilets. Turn west off Highway #3 onto West Lake Drive then turn right at Park Road.