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Anglin Lake, 70 km N of Prince Albert, bordering Prince Albert National Park.
Latitude: 53.71988° N,
Longitude: -105.9515° W
Great Blue Heron Provincial Park, Anglin Lake section borders Prince Albert National Park and offers plenty of year-round activities for all types of trail enthusiasts. In the spring, summer and fall, the site features more than 20 km of beautiful hiking trails along Jacobsen Bay's north shore, several shorter hiking trails around Anderson Point Campground (including a trail to the Anderson Cabin, an historic site) and a challenging 3-km cycling trail up the fire tower road's steep inclines. Be sure to check out the view from the Tower Cabin, a great hike-in camping location or picnic spot.
 
Anglin Lake offers excellent canoe and kayak opportunities. Paddling enthusiasts may even wish to schedule an overnight trip in the spring or fall as there is plenty of terrain to cover and camping sites are located close to the shore.

In the winter, the area is a cross-country skiing and snowshoeing oasis with more than 20 km of regularly groomed trails, featuring two warm-up shelters, rolling terrain and tracks that are perfect for beginner, intermediate and more advanced skiers. Ski or snowshoe to the Tower Cabin for a winter picnic lunch or overnight camping trip. The park’s trails also link up with the beautiful Spruce River Highland Trail located in the Prince Albert National Park, but you must purchase a park pass to utilize these trails.

Snowmobiling enthusiasts will also not be disappointed by the 50 km of trails that are found in the area, particularly the Trans Canadian Snowmobile Trail. Beautiful shelters and expertly groomed trails offer a full day of snowmobiling adventures.  
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Access

  • Backcountry
  • Country / Rural

Amenities

  • Trail brochure / Map
  • Trail markers
  • Warm-up shelter(s)

Activities

  • ATVing
  • Canoeing
  • Cross-country skiing
  • Cycling
  • Geocaching
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Snowmobiling
  • Snowshoeing

Contact Info

Phone(s): 306-982-6250 |
greatblueheron@gov.sk.ca

Anglin Lake, 70 km N of Prince Albert, bordering Prince Albert National Park.

Latitude: 53.71988° N, Longitude: -105.9515° W

North - Great Blue Heron Provincial Park

Great Blue Heron Provincial Park, Anglin Lake section borders Prince Albert National Park and offers plenty of year-round activities for all types of trail enthusiasts. In the spring, summer and fall, the site features more than 20 km of beautiful hiking trails along Jacobsen Bay's north shore, several shorter hiking trails around Anderson Point Campground (including a trail to the Anderson Cabin, an historic site) and a challenging 3-km cycling trail up the fire tower road's steep inclines. Be sure to check out the view from the Tower Cabin, a great hike-in camping location or picnic spot.
 
Anglin Lake offers excellent canoe and kayak opportunities. Paddling enthusiasts may even wish to schedule an overnight trip in the spring or fall as there is plenty of terrain to cover and camping sites are located close to the shore.

In the winter, the area is a cross-country skiing and snowshoeing oasis with more than 20 km of regularly groomed trails, featuring two warm-up shelters, rolling terrain and tracks that are perfect for beginner, intermediate and more advanced skiers. Ski or snowshoe to the Tower Cabin for a winter picnic lunch or overnight camping trip. The park’s trails also link up with the beautiful Spruce River Highland Trail located in the Prince Albert National Park, but you must purchase a park pass to utilize these trails.

Snowmobiling enthusiasts will also not be disappointed by the 50 km of trails that are found in the area, particularly the Trans Canadian Snowmobile Trail. Beautiful shelters and expertly groomed trails offer a full day of snowmobiling adventures.  

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Location Information

Anglin Lake, 70 km N of Prince Albert, bordering Prince Albert National Park.

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lat. 53.71988° N, long. -105.9515° W

Contact Info

Phone: 306-982-6250 |
greatblueheron@gov.sk.ca