Chip Lake (Alberta) facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsChip Lake
A frozen Chip Lake seen from the north shore
|Location||Yellowhead County, Alberta|
|Primary inflows||Lobstick River, Poison Creek|
|Primary outflows||Lobstick River|
|Surface area||73 km2 (28 sq mi)|
|Surface elevation||792 m (2,598 ft)|
Poison Creek flows into the north-west corner of Chip Lake. It drains Beta Lake and Sunset Lake. Prior to entering Chip Lake, the Lobstick River takes on Brule and Little Brule Creeks.
The Yellowhead Highway (Highway 16) passes along the south shore of Chip Lake. The small town of Wildwood can also be found on the lake's south shore.
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