Supporting our Environment, our World!
With the majestic beauty and diversity of nature in the north, how can we not take the time to spend it in the outdoors.
New in 2018, the McLennan Recreation and Leisure Society has paved the trails on the lakeshore.
McLennan is well known for the breath-taking sunrises and sunsets over Kimiwan Lake.
SAVE THE BEES
On the barest outside boundaries of McLennan, is the largest Honey producer in the Smoky River Region.
Hick’s Honey is a family run business that has now been passed down a generation and is sure to be there for their children as well. This business produces Grade no.1 honey that is sold all over the world in bulk. You can find this honey in the local grocery stores. Have a look and have a taste, there is no better!
BIRD CAPITAL OF CANADA.
The Town of McLennan has been known as the Bird Capital of Canada for approximately 30 years due to the number of birds and species of birds that either make their home here or make there stop as they migrate.
McLennan is a provincially recognized natural habitat and home to the largest concentration of shorebirds and waterfowl in Northern Alberta. This is a must see for birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts.
The interpretive center is open from May until September. See some links below for additional information on the organization behind the Interpretive Center.