Longitude: -103.4172° W
The park boasts two interpretive trails - the Marean Lake Birding and Highbush interpretive trails - that are ideal birdwatching sites as the park is home to more than 200 bird species. Some of the birds you may encounter on your journey include the Trumpeter Swan, bald eagle, common yellowthroat, yellow-bellied sapsucker, osprey and red-breasted merganser.
The Marean Lake Birding trail is a wide trail that was recently built in 2004 and features lookout points, a 5.5 m tall viewing tower that overlooks Marean Lake, a crusher dust surface, rest stops, and interpretive signs. The Highbush trail was also recently upgraded and widened to include a new crusher dust surface and bridges. It also features interpretive signs, rest stops, lookout points and benches that trail users will enjoy.
The terrain along the trails can be difficult in areas, so users are encouraged to let someone know about their planned route and estimated return time before heading out onto the trails. Trail users are also likely to encounter a variety of wildlife, including deer, coyotes, moose, black bears, elk and much more, along the trails.
Rates And Discounts
- Entrance fee
- Country / Rural
- Free parking
- Interpretive signage
- Modern washroom
- Pit toilet
- Warm-up shelter(s)
- Birding / Wildlife viewing
- Cross-country skiing
306-278-3515 | 1-800-205-7070 |
Greenwater Lake Provincial Park, 16 km S of Chelan, 38 km N of Kelvington on Hwy 38. Three hours from Saskatoon or Regina, and less from Prince Albert and Yorkton.
Latitude: 52.52994° N, Longitude: -103.4172° W