One of the most visually stunning parks in the province, Lac La Ronge is a destination like no other.
Lac La Ronge, Saskatchewan's fourth largest lake, is dotted with more than 1300 islands and is a true northern getaway.
A beach and swimming area is available at Wadin Bay. There are two beaches, playground equipment and a large grassy area for picnics.
Lac La Ronge Provincial Park is known for its excellent fishing. Walleye, sauger, northern pike, lake trout, whitefish and burbot can all be found in the lakes, streams and rivers.
Boat launches are located at all access points. Paddling is an extremely popular activity in Lac La Ronge, and many canoe and kayak routes flow through the park.
Nut Point Trail
This 15 km, one-way trail runs the length of a long peninsula extending into Lac La Ronge. This trail, starting from the Nut Point campground, passes through rock outcrops, forests and muskeg. There are primitive camping areas along the trail for those who would like to make an overnight trip.
Nemeiben Lake Interpretive Trail
This trail is currently closed. It was affected by the 2015 wildfires and is being redeveloped.
Devil Lake Trail
This 2.5 km hike connects the upstream (west) end of the Otter Rapids portage to the Devil Lake campground. The trail begins at the Devil Lake campground boat launch area. It features breathtaking views - make sure to bring your camera.
Cross-Country Ski Trails
Lac La Ronge Provincial Park offers 62 km of groomed classic and freestyle trails, including 5 km of lit trails for night skiing.
In the summer, the ski trails double as mountain bike trails.
Holy Trinity Anglican Church
This provincial historic site is home to Saskatchewan's oldest building. The original hinges, locks and stained glass windows are all still intact. It is located across the Churchill River from the community of Stanley Mission.
The falls park the point where the waters of Lac La Ronge enter the Churchill River system. With a total drop of more than 80 feet, the falls are one of the largest in Saskatchewan. Access is by boat or float plane, with a short hike to the top of the falls. Another fantastic way to see the falls is by taking one of the several canoe routes that pass by them.
Other services are available in the towns of La Ronge and Air Ronge and there are a variety of outfitters who work out of the area. Visit the What's Nearby
page for details.