Smoky Lake is a town in focal Alberta, Canada. It is found 116 km upper east of Edmonton at the intersection of Highway 28 and Highway 855. It lies between the North Saskatchewan River, Smoky Creek and White Earth Creek, in a for the most part rural region. The commonplace notable site of Victoria Settlement is adjacent. Long Lake Provincial Park is found 60 km north of the town. Since time immemorial, the Wood Cree Indians named Smoking Lake for the smoke from services performed on the shore; the name Smoky Lake may likewise be situated in the fog that rose from the lake in awesome amounts at dusk.
One of its places of worship, the St. Onuphrius Ukrainian-Catholic, worked in 1907, has been moved to the Canadian Museum of History in Ottawa. In the 2011 Census, the Town of Smoky Lake had a populace of 1,022, a 1.2% change from its 2006 populace of 1,010. With a land region of 4.2 km2, it had a populace thickness of 243.3/km2 in 2011.