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Saltcoats District Regional Park - Leflay Trail

Saltcoats District Regional Park - Leflay Trail
Hiking Trails

Main access into Saltcoats off Hwy 16, 1km S along railway to park.

The Leflay Trail is located near the Saltcoats District Regional Park in SE Saskatchewan and is part of the Yellowhead Flyway Birding Trail Association's extensive trail network. This excellent walking trail is 2.8km long and takes about an hour to complete. It is an oasis for plant, bird and wildlife species and is named after Jay and Minne Leflay who once owned the land where the trail is located. The present owners, the Klause family, have generously allowed the public to continue to access ... Read more

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Saltcoats Town Office

Tel: (306) 744-2212 / (306) 744-2427 (local birding information)

Saltcoats Regional Park amenities: camping, boating, canoeing, sailing, beach, playground. Town amenities: accommodations, camping, restaurant, museum, shopping, historic walking tour including Saltcoats historic cemetery.

Length: 2.8km
Difficulty: Beginner to intermediate
Surface: Natural terrain and gravel
Environment: Aspen Parkland Ecoregion - aspen, balsam and poplar trees, shoreline of Anderson Lake
Trailhead GPS: 51.0191N, -102.0908W


Urban / Suburban
Parking at trailhead
Picnic area
Interpretive signs at trailhead
Interpretive signs enroute
Self-guided nature trail

Saskatchewan Birding Trail affiliate

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