Amyot Lake - Hiking Trail Information
Amyot Lake Trail Map
230 km from Saskatoon, nature-lovers come for the aspen groves and stay for the free-roaming bison.
Follow the lake’s edge before ducking into a swaying aspen forest and passing through sedge meadows. Views of the Sturgeon River Valley await, and if you’re lucky, you might catch a glimpse of wild bison. After a 100-year absence, bison have been reintroduced to this place. This is one of the only areas in Canada where you're likely to see free-roaming bison in their natural habitat.
This loop trail laces the lake as a part of the West Side Trail.
HOW TO GET TO AMYOT LAKE
Amyot Lake Trail is within Prince Albert National Park in Saskatchewan. The trail is accessed from the West Side Boundary Trail which begins at the Valleyview day use area.
Head north towards Prince Albert.
View a map of driving directions to Amyot Lake.
CAMPING AT AMYOT LAKE
There are 14 backcountry campgrounds in Prince Albert National Park as well as vehicle-accessible campsites.
DOGS AT AMYOT LAKE
Dogs are welcome on-leash. Please clean up after your pet.
TOILETS AT AMYOT LAKE
There are restrooms at the Visitor's Centre and pit toilets at day-use areas.
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