Melville Reservoir Trail is a 1.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Cana No. 214, Saskatchewan, Canada that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length1.3 miElevation gain85 ftRoute typeLoop
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The Melville Reservoir trail is 1.7 km loop that starts at the trail head located on the south side on the spillway at the mouth of the Crescent Creek. The trail then cuts across an open meadow following the tree line for 300m. When you reach the fork in the trail, if you go to the right you will continue across the meadow to the edge of the creek and into the poplar Forrest until you cross the creek. The trail then cuts back along the creek on the east bank toward the trail head. This part of the trail has good tree cover long the fence line which marks the park boundary and has some great views of the local countryside.

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Gie Renes
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Mountain bikingOver grown

good for ATV and small 4x4 trucks.

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Steven Schneider
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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.

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Steven Schneider
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