Miquelon Lake Provincial Park

Miquelon Lake Trail Report

Updated: April 03, 2019

Updated: April 3, 2019 | Print Report

    Notes:

    • Please take litter out.
    • Please report any fallen trees to park staff.
    • Please be prepared with essentials like water, snacks and good clothing.
    • Be cautious of wildlife and give animals their space.  Do not chase or yell at wildlife.
    • Please keep dogs on leash at all times.
    • Properly prepare for outdoor activities.

Maps

Trail Name Permitted Activities Status
Beaver Hills Loop
    Hiking conditions - trails are free of snow and while they are drying up you may still encounter mud puddles and flooded sections. Updated April 17, 2019.
Open
Chickadee Loop
    Hiking conditions - trails are free of snow and while they are drying up you may still encounter mud puddles and flooded sections. Updated April 17, 2019.
Open
Deer Loop
    Hiking conditions - trails are free of snow and while they are drying up you may still encounter mud puddles and flooded sections. Updated April 17, 2019.
Open
Ermine Loop
    Hiking conditions - trails are free of snow and while they are drying up you may still encounter mud puddles and flooded sections. Updated April 17, 2019.
Open
Farley Freezeway - Ice Skate Track
    The skating track is closed for the 2018-19 season. 
Closed
Fox Loop
    Hiking conditions - trails are free of snow and while they are drying up you may still encounter mud puddles and flooded sections. Updated April 17, 2019.
Open
Grebe Pond
    Hiking conditions - trails are free of snow and while they are drying up you may still encounter mud puddles. Updated April 17, 2019.  
Open
Grouse Loop
    Hiking conditions - trails are free of snow and while they are drying up you may still encounter mud puddles and flooded sections. Updated April 17, 2019.
Open
Holdsworth
    Hiking conditions - trails are free of snow and while they are drying up you may still encounter mud puddles and flooded sections. Updated April 17, 2019.
Open
Moose
    Hiking conditions - trails are free of snow and while they are drying up you may still encounter mud puddles and flooded sections. Updated April 17, 2019.
Open
Shoreline Path
    Hikers, walkers and bikers - the shoreline paved trail trails are free of snow and while they are drying up you may still encounter mud puddles and flooded sections. Updated April 17, 2019.  
Open
Skating Rink
    The skating rink is closed for the summer 
Closed