North - Makwa Lake Provincial Park
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Suggested starting point: Poplar Trail trailhead, Makwa Lake Provincial Park.
Latitude: 54.024244 ° N,
Longitude: -109.191639° W
Makwa Lake Provincial Park boasts six hiking trails that are also groomed in the winter for cross-country skiing. These trails are suitable for beginner to advanced hikers and skiers and range in length from 0.7 km to 2.4 km. The trails travel through diverse landscapes (from poplar stands and marshes to jack pine forests) and allow visitors to view the area's wildlife and bird species, including deer, foxes, red-winged black birds, black bears, osprey, moose, coyotes, herons and squirrels.
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Rates And Discounts

  • Entrance fee

Access

  • Lake / Resort

Amenities

  • Free parking

Activities

  • Cross-country skiing
  • Geocaching
  • Hiking

Contact Info

Phone(s): 306-837-2410 |
makwalake.provpark@gov.sk.ca

Suggested starting point: Poplar Trail trailhead, Makwa Lake Provincial Park.

Latitude: 54.024244 ° N, Longitude: -109.191639° W

North - Makwa Lake Provincial Park

Makwa Lake Provincial Park boasts six hiking trails that are also groomed in the winter for cross-country skiing. These trails are suitable for beginner to advanced hikers and skiers and range in length from 0.7 km to 2.4 km. The trails travel through diverse landscapes (from poplar stands and marshes to jack pine forests) and allow visitors to view the area's wildlife and bird species, including deer, foxes, red-winged black birds, black bears, osprey, moose, coyotes, herons and squirrels.

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Location Information

Suggested starting point: Poplar Trail trailhead, Makwa Lake Provincial Park.

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lat. 54.024244 ° N, long. -109.191639° W

Contact Info

Phone: 306-837-2410 |
makwalake.provpark@gov.sk.ca