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Things to do in Candle Lake



The beaches at Candle Lake offer lots to do from swimming in our crystal clear water to making sand castles in the sand. 


Try your luck at landing the big one as there are 5 boat lauches around the lake. 


Sandy Bay Campground

This provincial park is located along the west side of the lake is is known for it's sandy beaches and a great place to soak up the sun as you watch the kids swim or build sand castles on those hot summer days!

The camp ground offers many electric and non electric sites, wheelchair accessible sites are also available. 

Saskparks Activities for Sandy Bay and Minowukaw


This provincial park is located on the east side of the lake and is known for their ridge of sand dunes which were created from thousands of years of wind and water erosion. These dunes are the home of many native plants and they provide sanctuary to wildlife. 

Fisher Creek Campground

Spend the day at this park which is a great place to hold larger gatherings such as family reunions, weddings or any other special event.  It is a great area to roast hot dogs and marshmellows as there is a central fire ring with benches for everyone to sit back and relax around the campfire.

Explore Homestead Heritage Forest - Aschim Homestead

Click here for map and information



Snowmobiling is the number one sport in Candle Lake as there are over 330 km of groomed trails in the area.  Click the link below to access the trail map for the trails in Candle Lake.  All trails are marked and there are warm up facilities on the trails stocked with wood for all to enjoy.  The local volunteers work hard to give everyone an enjoyable experience on the trail system.

Download the Candle Lake Trail Map.


The curling club was created to promote healthy living in the area they have built a great indoor facilility that houses 3 natural ice rinks.

Cross Country Skiing -

In the early days, the Provincial Park used to clear and groom cross country ski trails in the area around Baldy.  A system of trails were also maintained south of the Rec Grounds along Bay Lake down to the Junction on Highway 120.

For ten years a group called the Candle Lake Sno Skiers were formed, bought an Alpine machine and grooming equipment to maintain the Baldy and Bay Lake systems.  More recently the ski trails have been brought under Candle Lake Trails Advisory Group (CLTAG) and Parks and Rec.  management to allow for consistent and safe maintenance of trails.  A group of volunteers have created a West End system of trails from Telwin to Van Impe that are scenic, relatively level and very suitable to novice skiers.  All trails are available to be enjoyed, at no cost, when groomed in winter thanks to the many hours put in by volunteers and the finances of CLTAG and P & R.

Click here for maps of the Baldy Trails and West End Trails

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