Address: View on map Town of Nipawin Location: Nipawin.
The town of Nipawin is home to abundant opportunities for trail enthusiasts. In and around the community, there are outstanding trails that are perfect for walking, hiking, cycling, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. The community features four main trails - the Central Park Walking Trails, Murals of Nipawin Guided Walking Tours, the Hospital Grounds Walking Trail, and the Walleye Trail - as well as roughly 300km of groomed snowmobile trails just outside of the town's limits.Central Park Walking Trails: This 2km loop walking and cycling trail travels through the town's beautiful 19-hectare Central Park. During your trip, you will pass along the park's track and field racetrack, grandstand, ball diamonds, playground, and horseshoe pits. The park is also home to an arena and outdoor swimming pool.Murals of Nipawin Guided Walking Tours: This guided walking tour features 13 outstanding murals that depict stories from the town's history. While walking around the town, your guide will reveal the stories behind the murals and the artists who painted them. To either book a tour or for more information, call (306) 862-3615.Hospital Grounds Walking Trail: This is a short walking trail around the town's Pineview Lodge and Hospital’s scenic grounds.Walleye Trail: The Walleye Trail is a 1km long trail that joins Nipawin and the Nipawin Regional Park. It is a grass, sand and natural brush trail that can feature wet sections, depending on the time of year, and beautiful scenery and a variety of unique flowers, such as orchids and yellow Lady's slipper. The trail also connects to several other trails within the regional park, including the Ochre Trail, Pike Trail, Perch Trail, Rainbow Trail and Sturgeon Trail.An added bonus of the Walleye Trail is that it doubles as a hiking, walking and cycling trail in the spring, summer and fall and as part of a network of cross-country ski trails in the winter. Between the trails built in Nipawin's Evergreen Golf Course and the network of trails created from the Walleye and regional park trail network, the area boasts roughly 10km of groomed trails every winter. The location of the cross-country ski trails can be found in the Walleye Trail Map.After reaching the Nipawin Regional Park, be sure to check out the park’s other activities and amenities. The park features a barn and petting zoo, great fishing and boating opportunities, volleyball courts, baseball diamonds, a suspension bridge, spray pad, horseshoe pits, playground, mini-golf course, a campground, a restaurant and several picnic sites.
Open Year Round
Regional Park amenities include: barn and petting zoo, fishing, boating, volleyball courts, baseball diamonds, a suspension bridge, spray pad, horseshoe pits, playground, miniature golf, campground, restaurant and several picnic sites. Town amenities include: parking, golf courses, playgrounds, restaurants, forestry museum, accommodations, gas stations, grocery store, picnic sites.
- Length : over 313km
- Difficulty : Beginner to advanced
- Surface : Paved and natural brush terrain trails
- Environment : Urban trails- historical murals on buildings, natural vegetation and plantings. Boreal Transition Ecoregion - boreal forest, native prairie grass, field terrain
- Trailhead GPS : Central Park Walking Trails: 53.3620N, -104.0103W
- Cross-country skiing