South - Carlton Trail Regional Park
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Carlton Trail Regional Park, 8 km N of Spy Hill on Hwy 8; 22 km S of Langenburg on Hwy 8.
Latitude: 50.66524° N,
Longitude: -101.7947° W
The Carlton Trail Regional Park offers three groomed hiking trails that vary from mowed grass to natural terrain and total 1.6 km.The trails are perfect for birdwatching activities as they feature views of parkland and marsh spaces and the bird stand provides an excellent vantage point. Geese, hummingbirds, ruffed grouse and orioles are just some of the bird species trail users may encounter along their way. All of the trails are marked, regularly mowed and are quite wide in size. In the winter, the trails are also transformed into cross-country ski trails.

The park is a popular destination spot for canoeing, paddleboating and row boating activities as these are the only types of watercraft that are permitted on the park's lake, due to its smaller size. There are also separate lakes for swimming and boating activities. The park is open from May 1 to September 30 and visitors are required to pay the regional park's entry fee to gain access to the trails.
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Rates And Discounts

  • Entrance fee

Certifications and Affiliations

  • Saskatchewan Regional Park Association accreditation

Access

  • Country / Rural

Amenities

  • Free parking
  • Picnic area
  • Modern washroom
  • Interpretive signage

Activities

  • Canoeing
  • Hiking
  • Birding / Wildlife viewing
  • Cross-country skiing

Contact Info

Phone(s): 306-534-4724 |
carlton_trail@hotmail.com

Carlton Trail Regional Park, 8 km N of Spy Hill on Hwy 8; 22 km S of Langenburg on Hwy 8.

Latitude: 50.66524° N, Longitude: -101.7947° W

South - Carlton Trail Regional Park

The Carlton Trail Regional Park offers three groomed hiking trails that vary from mowed grass to natural terrain and total 1.6 km.The trails are perfect for birdwatching activities as they feature views of parkland and marsh spaces and the bird stand provides an excellent vantage point. Geese, hummingbirds, ruffed grouse and orioles are just some of the bird species trail users may encounter along their way. All of the trails are marked, regularly mowed and are quite wide in size. In the winter, the trails are also transformed into cross-country ski trails.

The park is a popular destination spot for canoeing, paddleboating and row boating activities as these are the only types of watercraft that are permitted on the park's lake, due to its smaller size. There are also separate lakes for swimming and boating activities. The park is open from May 1 to September 30 and visitors are required to pay the regional park's entry fee to gain access to the trails.

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Location Information

Carlton Trail Regional Park, 8 km N of Spy Hill on Hwy 8; 22 km S of Langenburg on Hwy 8.

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lat. 50.66524° N, long. -101.7947° W

Contact Info

Phone: 306-534-4724 |
carlton_trail@hotmail.com