WELCOME TO Allan Beach Resort


The Resort is now OPEN for the 2014 Season. 

Allan Beach Resort offers Seasonal Lots and Overnight Camping and Day Use of the Beach.


OPEN DAILY:  9:00am to 9pm
No Dogs Permitted.  No exceptions!  You will be turned away at the gate if you have your dog in the vehicle.
No Alcohol Permitted on the Beach  
No Glass Bottles

For more information and pricing for DAY USE please go to the Beach DAY USE page. 

Seasonal Lots
If you are interested in a seasonal lot please email reservations@allanbeach.com to receive information on lots still available and pricing.  You are welcome to stop in for a tour of the Resort.  All Upper Treed Lots are reserved, 1 lakefront lot is left and approximately 5 Lake view lots.  We still have quite options available around the pond.


Overnight Camping
For overnight camping which includes weekends, weekly and monthly bookings please call 1-780-394-0052

Located at Hubbles Lake near Stony Plain and less than 30km west of Edmonton, Alberta on the Highway 16 corridor, Allan Beach Resort could not be more convenient for weekend getaways. Imagine finishing work on a Friday and within 1 hour relaxing with your family and friends, watching the sun set over the lake.

Hubbles Lake is a peaceful, clear, spring fed lake nestled in the rolling country just west of Stony Plain in the County of Parkland. The lake is reserved for non-motorized watercraft and boasts excellent canoeing, scuba diving, windsurfing, sailing and fishing. The clear water and surprising depth (30m) have made it a popular destination for over 60 years.

The RV Resort offers 160 sites, private roads, park areas and a beautiful sandy beach. 

Allan Beach Resort has enjoyed tremendous popularity for decades as a public campground and public day use beach area due to its close proximity to Edmonton. It is very hard to find a recreational property in Alberta that you can get to in under 3 hours that offers you such a beautiful, peaceful, relaxing atmosphere.

Secure your seasonal site now before it’s too late.