Things To Do
Anglin Lake is a popular resort destination 70 km north of Prince Albert. Favorite activities in the park include camping, swimming, fishing, hiking and picnicking, although Anglin Lake has plenty to do in any season.
Cool down with a refreshing swim at the beach; located at Anderson Point Campground and Jacobsen Bay day-use area.
Jacobsen Bay day-use area is available for picnicking and has a boat launch, fish filleting station, beach and store.
Anglin Lake is a beautiful location for an overnight canoe trip as group camping areas are easily accessed from the shore. The lake has many bays and islands that make for an interesting paddle. Canoes can be rented from Land of the Loon Resort.
Enjoy 18 km of trails on the north side of Jacobsen Bay. Pack a picnic lunch and enjoy the view at the Anglin Lake Fire Tower lookout.
Challenge yourself to bike the 3 km, steep fire tower road. The reward is an amazing view.
Special events and interpretive programs are held throughout the summer. Please check bulletin boards for coming events.
Lakeland Snowmobile Club has 50 km of snowmobile trails that wind between the many lakes in the area. Trails lead from Christopher Lake through Emma Lake, along Anglin Lake, up to Elkridge and beyond. Warm-up shelters and fuel stations allow for a great day of snowmobiling. The Trans-Canadian Snowmobile Trail also runs through the area.
Cross-country Ski Trails
The recreation site maintains 18 km of groomed cross-country ski trails. Rolling terrain and some challenging slopes make for a great ski. Spend time warming up at the shelter or take in the view at the Anglin Lake Fire Tower lookout. Parking is available at Jacobsen Bay day-use area or Land of the Loon Resort.
The Spruce River Highland Trail in Prince Albert National Park can also be accessed from the recreation site trails. Please ensure that you have a park pass.
Information about winter camping is available by contacting the park.