Lac La Ronge Provincial Park

La Ronge, SK

National Parks
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Address: 915 Highway 102 Highway, La Ronge S0J 1L0 How do we get there? Number: 306-425-4234
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About this activity

Lac La Ronge Provincial Park excites body, mind and spirit with an invigorating blend of majestic beauty, colourful history and top-notch recreational opportunities. Set just inside the rugged Canadian Shield about two and a half hours north of Prince Albert, Lac La Ronge park is situated in the heart of the storied Churchill River system, where singing voyageurs once transported furs to Hudson's Bay.

Canoeing remains a popular activity here today. There are more than 30 documented canoe routes in the park and outfitters serve a clientele drawn to the region by its international reputation as a wilderness canoeing paradise. Many of these designated journeys follow old fur trade routes.

There are fishing opportunities, private campgrounds, boat launches, hiking and cross-country skiing trails to keep the whole family entertained! Please note: Hidden Bay Campground at Wollaston Lake has been completely burned due to the wildfires in Northern Saskatchewan.

Activity location


240 km N of Prince Albert. Adjacent to the town of La Ronge (full services).

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How much does it cost?



$10 park pass


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Lac La Ronge Provincial Park FAQ’s

Picnic areas on site

Hidden Bay Campground at Wollaston Lake has been completely burned due to the wildfires in Northern Saskatchewan.

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