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Lac La Ronge Provincial Park
La Ronge Location: Lac La Ronge Provincial Park.
Cycling Trails
Cycling Trails
Hiking Trails
Hiking Trails
Limited Wheelchair Access
Cross-country Ski Trails
Snowmobile Trails
The Lac La Ronge Provincial Park has five well-maintained trails for all ages and abilities.

The Nut Point Trail is 15 km one way, and runs the length of a long peninsula extending into Lac La Ronge. The trailhead is located at the Nut Point Campground with the trail passing through rock outcrops, forests and muskeg typical of the Canadian Shield. Primitive camping areas are located along the trail.

The Nemeiben Lake Self-Interpretive Trail was affected by the 2015 wildfires and will remain closed until further notice. Parks staff is currently developing/upgrading this trail.

The Devil Lake Trail 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 and ends at the Churchill River Campground. It features excellent viewpoints and provides great photo opportunities.

Nipekamew Sand Cliffs Trail is a 1.3 km hike one way, through a mature forest stand to the Nipekamew Sand Cliffs. Trail begins at the parking lot located off the highway.

The park also features 62 km of groomed classic and freestyle cross-country ski trails including the Don Allen Trails and 5 km of lit trails along the Nut Point Trail. The park's trails meander and wind through the boreal forest and over the Pre-Cambrian rock outcrops. Mountain biking and hiking is allowed along the trails during the summer season and cross-country skiing in the winter.

Open Year Round

Trail Stats

  • Length : Approximately 120 km
  • Difficulty : All levels
  • Surface : Natural terrain, paved sections, wooden boardwalks, gravel roads, sidewalks, wood chips
  • Trailhead GPS : Nut Point 55.0727N,-105.1442W; Nipekamew 54.4422N, -104.5947W; Devil Lake 55.589N, -104.4374W; Nemeiben Lake 55.1607N, -105.2208W.

Trail Activities

  • Hiking
  • Walking
  • Cycling
  • Mountain biking
  • Snowmobiling
  • Cross-country skiing
  • Cross-country skiing (skate)
  • Snowshoeing

Additional Trail Information

  • Urban / Suburban
  • Backcountry
  • Limited wheelchair access
  • Parking at trailhead
  • Trail markers
  • Interpretive signs at trailhead
  • Interpretive signs enroute
  • Self-guided nature trail
  • Canoeing
  • Kayaking
  • Warm-up shelter(s)
  • Camping near trailhead
  • Camping enroute
  • Multi-day hiking