About Pembina River and Lobstick

A tributary of the mighty Athabasca, the Pembina River is located close to the communities of Entwistle and Evansburg. Popular for sports-fishing, the river contains arctic grayling, burbot, goldeneye, among others. The Pembina Rotary Community South Trails System is a great place to get out and enjoy a view of the river any time of year with biking, cross-country skiing, hiking, or snowshoeing. If wildlife viewing is your interest, there is a wealth of species to be found including coyote, deer, moose,snowshoe hare, muskrat, badger, beaver, mink and occasionally black bear. A beach area for wading or swimming is available in Pembina Provincial Park. Pembina River Tubing, a local business, may probably provide the best way to view the magnificent river gorge. Renting a tube and life jacket, and allowing the gentle current to carry you along is a great way to enjoy a summer day!

The picturesque subdivision of Lobstick, ten minutes West of the Pembina river, is comprised of seasonal and year around one plus acreages ideally suited for outdoor enthusiasts. Lobstick is home to a stocked trout pond and nature trails great for walking, horseback riding, quading & skidooing. Lobstick is a great launching point for family off road adventure in all seasons.