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Pike Lake Provincial Park Trails

Pike Lake Provincial Park Trails
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Pike Lake Provincial Park, 30km SW of Saskatoon on Hwy 60.

There are two walking trails in the Pike Lake Provincial Park.

The barrier-free Lakeside Promenade Trail enables anyone to go for a stroll along the shore of the lake. The trail is an easy-going, short 500 metre pathway with observation decks looking out over the water. It begins at the main sandy beach and takes visitors to the mouth of the creek that feeds the lake.

The Gift of Green Nature Trail starts at the interpretive centre located beside the campground office. It's a ...
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Pike Lake Provincial Park

Tel: (306) 933-6966
Toll Free: 1(800) 295-7070
Email: pikelake@gov.sk.ca
Website: www.saskparks.net/trails

Length: 2km
Surface: Boardwalk, natural
Environment: Moist Mixed Grassland Ecoregion - aspen grove, native prairie, sand dunes, and Pike Lake shoreline views

Hiking
Walking
Birdwatching

Backcountry
Full wheelchair access
Limited wheelchair access
Entry fees apply
Modern washroom
Picnic area
Interpretive signs enroute
Self-guided nature trail
Viewing platform(s)
Camping near trailhead

Information in this listing is subject to change at any time. Please contact the operator to verify that information is accurate.
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