Crawling Valley Reservoir
Construction of Crawling Valley Reservoir began in 1983, although the location had been identified in 1926 as a potential reservoir site. The lake is 18 kilometers (11 miles) long, 1.6 kilometers ( 1 mile) wide, a maximum depth of 16 meters (52 feet) and has a live storage capacity of 92,000 acre feet. The location is already well known to Southern Alberta fishermen with catches of large Pike and Rainbow Trout to 9 kilograms (20 pounds). There is a campground at the Reservoir for your camping, boating and fishing enjoyment.