Best trails in Senlac, Saskatchewan

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Map of trails in Senlac, Saskatchewan
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#1 - Suffern Lake Sand Dunes Trail
Senlac, Saskatchewan
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Length: 1.0 mi • Est. 23 m
Suffern Lake Sand Dunes trail is located on the South side of Suffern Lake inside the Suffern Lake Regional Park. This trail is just under 2 km long and features Sand Dunes over 60 feet tall at the midway point of the trail. Depending which way you start the trail you will also come across a lookout spot on the South West shore of the lake that provides an amazing view of Suffern Lake and the main Campground area. It is strongly recommended to stay on the trail in this area as it is home to main Escobaria Vivipara or more commonly known as the Beehive Cactus. Remember to pack water as well as it can get quite hot on a sunny day on the Sand Dunes. On the Suffern Lake Sandunes Trail there is a Bathroom, Bench and Campsites with potable water located along the South West Shore of Suffern Lake. Suffern Lake is stocked with Brown Trout and Rainbow Trout. Near the lookout point on the South West shore there is a small trail that leads to the waters edge where you can enjoy some shore fishing. Suffern Lake Regional Park is also home to Papilio glaucus or commonly known as the Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly which is abundantly found in North America East of the Rocky Mountains. The lifespan of the Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly stretches from spring through fall, all through which they produce two or three broods. These butterflies only live for about a month.Show more