Wide water Haven

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Welcome to
Widewater Haven

Welcome to old-world charm. Quaint, quiet, private, dreamy, peaceful set in a magical half-acre lakefront property on the shores of Lesser Slave Lake, Widewater, AB.

A true hidden gem, where time stands still. You’ll be rejuvenated by nature here and transported into bliss by the sounds of the lake lulling you to sleep.

The charming cottage is over 100 years old, yet has all usual modern comforts.

Check out our reviews to feel the magic!

About the Area

The hamlet of Widewater is about 20 minutes drive to the town of Slave Lake where you’ll find all major stores. Widewater is the widest part of Lesser Slave Lake. Hiking, beach-combing, swimming, canoeing, ice fishing, kayaking, bike riding, romance, and much more!

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Features

and Amenities

Overview

Inside

Outside

Pricing

Low Season

(November through March)

$ 140 Per Night
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Shoulder Season

(April through Mid June)
(September through October)
$ 160 Per Night
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High Season

(Mid June through August)

$ 190 Per Night
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Addons/Fees

Minimum Stay

Booking requires a minimum stay of 2 Nights

Discounted Stay

If you book for one week or more enjoy 15% off!

Additional Guests

For additional guest over 4 we charge $20 per person per night

Pets?

Pets incur a $10 per night cleaning fee

RV Hookup

Hook up your RV!

Cleaning Fees

One time cleaning fee of $60 (1 Person) $90 (2 – 3)  $120 (4+)

Firewood

$10 a bundle

Cancelations

Full refunds if cancelled 3 months in advance.  Half refund if cancelled 2 months in advance. No refunds less than 2 months in advance

Activities

Beaches

  • Private beach & canoe, take the steps from property by the creek, walk across the railway.
  • From the property turn left for the boat launch and beach area – walk there in about 10 -20 minutes. Also some secluded rocky beach areas that are isolated and beautiful.
    Beach at Canyon Creek which is only 5 km away to the West.
  • Devonshire Beach (rated in the top ten beaches in Canada) is a very long, sandy beach that is great for a leisurely one hour walk. It’s almost never crowded. There is an area on the beach where dogs are allowed.

Hiking, Biking and Snow Shoeing

  • From the property, take the back steps and walk for miles along the railway tracks, lake front
  • There are bike, hike, ski or snowshoe trails about 2 kms from the cottage across the highway.
  • Hike into Lily Lake (snowshoe probably best) 55.482895, -114.769093
    North of Slave Lake on hwy 88 (approx 25 kms) to the Marten Mountain Road…turn right and cross your fingers, hope gate is open and road is maintained…if it is not, it is a long 6 km hike up to tower..from near the tower there is a trailhead that hikes you down into Lily Lake, about 45 min 1 way.
  • North of Slave Lake on hwy 88 (approx 18 kms) there is the BCBC (Boreal Center for Bird Conservation). Open all year long (restricted hours/days in winter so check).
    They have hiking trails and some skis and snowshoes.
  • Hike into the Old grizzly ridge fire tower…this takes a day, and is very remote and no real route marked in so you must be adept at navigation and map reading and be backcountry prepared.

On the Water

  • Ice fishing
  • Rod fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Canoeing