Saskatchewan's provincial parks are home to a multitude of trails and paths, from interpretive trails that tell of the historical and environmental significance of the area to accessible pathways that wind along the water's edge. Take a hike on a backcountry trail or gather the family for a relaxing walk to some of the province's most scenic locations.
|Provincial Park / Rec Site||Region|
|Great Blue Heron
- Anglin Lake Trails
- Emma Lake Trails
|Lac La Ronge
|Meadow Lake - Boreal Trail||Northern|
|Good Spirit Lake
- Condie Nature Refuge
Nature Recreation Site
|White Butte Trails
TransCanada Trail (The Great Trail) in Saskatchewan
Want to head out on a trail, but not sure where to start? Look no further! Park Interpreters lead fun programs for the whole family throughout the summer months, many of which take place on our trails. To learn more, please visit our Events & Programs page.
Into the Backcountry
Experience our pristine areas and walk in the wilderness on one of our backcountry trails.
|Great Blue Heron Provincial Park- Anglin Lake Trails||Northern|
|Lac La Ronge Provincial Park Trail||Northern|
|Makwa Lake Provincial Park Trails||Northern|
|Meadow Lake Provincial Park Boreal Trail||Northern|
|Narrow Hills Provincial Park Trails||Northern|
|Duck Mountain Provincial Park Trails||Central|
Are you interested in camping in the backcountry?
Need to know a bit more?
Top 10 Tips for Trail Users
- Consult the ten outdoor essentials and carry all necessary gear.
- Abide by all Leave No Trace principles. Pack out what you pack in.
- Avoid hiking alone whenever possible.
- Choose a trail that fits your abilities. Prepare for steep and/or uneven terrain.
- Dress in appropriate hiking attire, including stable (and comfortable) footwear.
- Keep to designated trails. Diverting from the path to avoid puddles can harm vegetation and increase erosion.
- Know the weather forecast and dress accordingly.
- Make a plan and share it with someone. If possible, set a plant to check in periodically throughout our outing.
- Respect all wildlife you encounter. Stop and allow time for animals to leave the area before proceeding on the trail.
- Review bear and cougar safety information prior to your outdoor adventure.
Leave No Trace is about respecting and caring for wildlands and doing your part to protect wild place and wild lands for future generations.
The principles of ‘Leave no Trace’ include:
- Plan Ahead and Prepare
- Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces
- Dispose of Waste Properly
- Leave What You Find
- Minimize Campfire Impacts
- Respect Wildlife
- Be Considerate of Others
For more information visit Leave No Trace
Many park trail maps are also on the All Trails app
Important: Check with park staff for trail conditions, and notify park staff when planning back country hikes.
|Good Spirit Lake||Interpretive|
|Great Blue Heron|
|Lac La Ronge||Interpretive|
|White Butte Trails|
|Green indicates overnight trip opportunities. (updated May 13, 2020)|