Lac La Ronge Provincial Park

Lac La Ronge Provincial Park

ACTIVITIES & AMENITIES
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Things To Do

There are plenty of activities for water lovers and landlubbers.  The 15-km (9.3-mile) Nut Point Hiking Trail traversing a treed and rocky peninsula reaching out into Lac La Ronge offers a rich interaction with this pre-Cambrian wilderness.  In winter, the park is a gorgeous white wonderland for cross-country skiers, snowmobilers and ice fishers.

Water Recreation

Canoeing at Lac La RongeThe park's strong pull is its rugged beauty and extensive opportunities for water-based recreation.  Fifty-one percent of the park is water - Lac La Ronge is Saskatchewan's fourth largest lake and features 1,305 islands.  In fact, much of what's interesting and inspiring in the park can only be reached in summertime by canoe or boat, including:  Holy Trinity Anglican Church, the oldest building in Saskatchewan; Nistowiak Falls, at 24 m, is one of the highest in the province; and the old and enigmatic rock paintings (pictographs) found along shorelines, evidence of the spirituality practised by the ancestors of the Woodland Cree who live here today.

Swimming

Wadin Bay offers two beaches complete with children's playground equipment, grass and sand areas.  Swimming area is marked with buoys.  No lifeguard supervision provided, swim at you own risk.

Fishing

Fish species sought after in the park include:  Walleye, Sauger, Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Whitefish and Burbot.  Rainbow Trout stocked in three lakes.

Boat Launch

Boat launches are located at all lake access points.  Launch areas consist of natural to cements pads.

Hiking/Nature Trails

Nut Point Trail

This 15 km trail (one way) runs the length of a long peninsula extending into Lac La Ronge.  Trailhead is at the Nut Point campground.  Passes through rock outcrops, forests and muskeg typical of the Canadian Shield.  Primitive camping areas.  Brochure available.

Nemeiben Lake Self Interpretive Trail

This 1.5 km trail winds through the Boreal Forest, rock outcrops and muskeg, typical of the Canadian Shield.  Trailhead is at the Nemeiben Lake campground boat launch.

Devil Lake Trail

This is a 2.5 km hike connecting the upstream (west) end of Otter Rapids Portage to the Devil Lake campground.  Trail begins at the Devil Lake campground boat launch area.  It features excellent viewpoints and provides great photo opportunities.

Bicycling

Mountain biking is allowed along the Nut Point Hiking Trail and the Ski Trails.

Cross-country Ski Trails

Lac La Ronge Provincial Park features 62 km of groomed classic and freestyle trails, including 5 km of lit trails (Nut Point).  The trails meander and wind through the Boreal Forest and over the Pre-Cambrian rock outcrops.  Mountain biking is allowed along the trail.