Sandbar Lake Provincial Park
This trail weaves through jack pine woods, aspen forests and wetlands. A short side trail (0.7 km) leads to Savitsky Lake.
Sandbar Lake, the largest of 10 lakes in this park just off the Trans-Canada Highway, has a fine sandy beach with spotted sandpipers, and excellent walleye and pike fishing. It's a starting point for canoeists seeking challenging routes.
Look for lynx and painted turtles, erratic boulders and an esker.
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