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Great trail for a little Sunday afternoon stroll .

Nice, easy hike with lots of trails.

Nice views over the lake when the trail is accessible. Sometimes trail is not usable because of crop not being cut

The path isn’t well marked. Beautiful day. A bit chilly

hiking
2 months ago

This is a nice short hike. Not much for viewing, but nice forest trail. Hike took 45 minutes to complete.

great hike! the bugs were out in full force so bring bug spray! trails were well maintained, could have a few more markers but they were well placed where there were forks in the trail

hiking
muddy
rocky
3 months ago

nice for ATVs and off road trucks.

mountain biking
over grown
3 months ago

good for ATV and small 4x4 trucks.

Nice easy trail to enjoy the local vegetation. Multiple different trails so deciding if you're on the right one isnt always the easiest, but the park has a board in the parking lot with a map and a QC code to scan so you can track where you are. Lots of sandy paths but end view of the lake was gorgeous and worth the short little treck.

we thought it said this was a biking trail and ended up walking our bikes in sand. but was otherwise a very nice trail, love the blueberries. also thought we might be able to play in the water that the trail is near but definitely couldn't.

hiking
bugs
muddy
over grown
rocky
washed out
4 months ago

The Crescent Creek loop is a 3.3 km long loop trail that follows Crescent Creek along it's North bank. The Trail is muddy and quite rocky but would be great for ATV's, Bikes and Off Road Driving meanwhile being a very enjoyable trail for an enthusiastic hiker. Make sure you pack bug spray, water and sunscreen. The trailhead can be found across the road from the washrooms near the lake.

A nice easy hike on well maintained trails. There are a few mild rises (it would be remiss to call them hills) so the difficulty level is low for the most part.

This essentially is a trail that skirts a slough (not a lake to me) through a farmers field. We went end of May so the crop was only a few inches tall. I highly doubt this trail is usable once the farmers crop is taller unless they mow a trail through it. Was an ok trail but not one I would do again nor recommend. Perhaps it is used as a ski trail in the winter time I’m not sure. Signage was very minimal next to none. The trail head starts at the “office” we however started it at campsite 11. Could definitely use more and better signage. Park over all is on the rougher neglected side.

Good variety of scenery. Took 3 hrs to complete. Decent drive from Saskatoon.

hiking
7 months ago

We hit the trail in March, a few low spots that we were thankful that the frost was still in the ground. We did the 13km hike (multiple trails, multiple distances) trails are well marked and easy to follow. A great afternoon hike

hiking
7 months ago

A good day trip location, quite easy to know where you're going without any navigation but the signs and trails.

Great trail. Easy enough for kids.

nice easy hike for the whole family

We visited this trail on April 19th. It was 17c degrees, cloudy and not windy at all, a perfect weather to hike in this area. Not much bugs at all yet this time of a year and the ground was very good, 5 wet spots total in our 3 hr hike. Relaxing easy trail.

The pet trail is nice and dry (even with the rain that fell at the end of the hike). Though not the most scenic of trails it was an easy Sunday 4km walk with a bonus geocache found.

Easy little hike, very well marked.

Correction: Rundle Lake trail, not “Puddle Lake.”

snowshoeing
11 months ago

There is a hill from the parking lot to get to the trail. Park hours are from 7 am to 11 pm.

cross country skiing
Tue Nov 20 2018

This trail marked here as Beaverlodge is not accurately named as it shows the Eb's trail Xcountry ski trail. Here is a map to highlight the full trail system. http://www.saskatoonnordicski.ca/Portals/0/Eb%27s%20Trail%20Map.pdf

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