Narrow Hills Provincial Park

What to do while you are here

With more than 25 bodies of water and the greatest variety of fish species in Saskatchewan, Narrow Hills Provincial Park is the perfect wilderness getaway.

Water Recreation

Lower Fishing Lake is a popular swimming spot, featuring a large, well-maintained beach, picnic facilities and playground. Zeden Lake also offers a natural beach along its eastern shore for a more secluded experience. 

Narrow Hills Provincial Park is an anglers dream. Many of the lakes within the park are stocked with fish - stop by the park office to pick up a list of which species are stocked in which lake. Fly-fishing is a particularly popular activity, especially in McDougall Creek.

There are many small and sheltered water bodies that are perfect for canoeing and kayaking, while boat launches are available at Lower Fishing Lake, Zeden Lake and Sealy Lake for a motorized water sports.


Narrow Hills Scenic Drive Trail

The Narrow Hills Scenic Drive follows a push moraine that was created 10,000 years ago by an ice sheet surging forward and creating a group of hills and ridges. From the highest ridge, you can see miles of lakes and boreal forest, and there are interpretive signs along the way to tell the story. Stop by the park office for details and to check on road conditions - the road can be rough and a vehicle with a higher clearance or four-wheel drive is recommended.

Gem Lakes Hiking Trail

The Gem Lakes - Diamond, Jade, Little Jade, Opal, Sapphire, Pearl and Little Pearl - are a group of the most beautiful water bodies you will ever see. These deep, sand-bottom lakes earn their names by reflecting colours like emerald, jade and aqua blue. A 6 km hiking trail winds around and between the lakes, offering stunning viewpoints. Interpretive signs tell the story of how the lakes were formed and why their colours are so unique. Wilderness camping is available on a first-come, first-served basis at Jade, Diamond and Opal Lakes.

Island Lake Hiking Trail

This 6 km trail is accessible off of the Scenic Drive trail. It angles down the south slope of the ridge and passes through mature forests of jackpine and black spruce. The trail is wide and sandy, and you will often be able to spot the tracks of moose or deer. After circling Island lake, the trail climbs back to the parking area.

Snowmobile Trails

Numerous snowmobile trails exist within the park, all of which make excellent biking and hiking trails in the summer. Stop by the park office for a snowmobile trail map of the more than 200 km of groomed snowmobile trails. 

ATV Trails

Narrow Hills has designated ATV trails. ATVs are only permitted on these trails and must be trailered to to the trailhead. 

Other Amenities

Narrow Hills offers a variety of other services, including a convenience store, motel and cabin accommodations, a restaurant, fuel, boat rentals and more.

One institutional camp operates within Narrow Hills.
Summer camp dates and programs vary, contact the camp directly for more information:
St. John Bosco Wilderness Camp - (306)978-0019

Dated: Jan 12, 2018