Sylvan Lake is a town in focal Alberta, Canada. It is located 25 kilometers 16 mi west of the City of Red Deer along Highway 11 or Highway. It is organized on the southeast fringe of Sylvan Lake, a 15-kilometer-long freshwater lake, in Red Deer County. The lake is a time-honored aim for sightseers from around Alberta, with greater than 1.5 million guests every year. Well recognised visitor sporting activities contain sunbathing, swimming, water-skiing, and journeying Camp Woods.
Camp Woods in Sylvan Lake facilitated the 12th Canadian Scout Jamboree in July 2013. This place of Highway 11 which include the decommissioned expand among Benalto and Sylvan Lake, become the first direction of Highway 11 preceding it was rerouted alongside 67 Street and 30 Avenue in Red Deer and increased east in the late 1980s. This location goes through the Wild Rapids Waterslides.
Sylvan Lake Provincial Park contains a far reaching and typically spring-sustained lake, with pontoon dispatches reachable at the quay and at Sun Breaker Cove at the north aspect of the lake; with a 1.6 km long sand and grass shoreline, it's miles one of the Province's most widely recognized vacationer dreams facilitating more than 900 thousand guests constantly. The territory is home to yearly uncommon activities, which includes some coastline volleyball competitions, wintry weather exercises, and severa network festivities.