Elk Island National Park is having some unusual visitors at the park this summer.
Two adult black bears (one with cubs) have been spotted in the area.
"This summer we have had some observations of bears in the park, having said that visitor and wildlife safety is most important to us," explained Elk Island National Park's superintendent Dale Kirkland.
So far, they haven't been known to stick around any certain area of the park.
"We certainly work very hard to educate all visitors at the campground and through our gates about appropriate behaviour so we reduce any disruption to the bears," added Kirkland.
Visitors who do have unwelcome encounters with bears should contact the Alberta Fish and Wildlife office.