Vermilion Provincial Park is a provincial park located in east-central Alberta, Canada, in Vermilion River County. It is located on the outskirts of the town of Vermilion which is at the junction of Highways 16 (Yellowhead) and 41 (Buffalo Trail), between Edmonton and Lloydminster. The park was first constructed in the early 1950s, and opened to the public on May 29, 1953. One of the key features of the park is that the Vermilion River was dammed to create an artificial lake (the 6.3 km long Vermilion Park Lake).
The environmental setting includes aspen Parkland and prairie grassland biomes, with wildlife such as White-tailed Deer, Red Foxen, Franklin's ground squirrels, porcupines, Ruffed Grouse, harriers, red-tailed hawks, Short-eared Owls, Canada Geese, Great Blue Herons, American Bitterns, common ducks, Mink, Muskrats, Beavers, Coyotes, Sprague's Pipits and savannah and vesper sparrows.