I probably won't win navigator of the year with this post! Picture this: I was laser-focused on getting to Cannington Manor Provincial Park when suddenly Fozzy made it clear that nature was calling . . . NOW!, because of his big red nose, my normally flawless sense of direction went offline and somehow I ended up taking a wrong turn with a silver lining.
Thanks to Fozzy, I discovered the Cannington Lake Nature Trails instead. What an unexpected gem! The well-maintained 3.7 kilometre loop is suitable for hikers of all levels and is located near Moose Mountain. Hikers will be rewarded with a beautiful lake and a dreamy little white sand beach perfect for those who love photography or painting.
This trail is part of the White Bear First Nations and is open to the public.
What kind of wrong turn stories do you have about driving in Saskatchewan?
The name White Bear First Nations is used as opposed to First Nation, due to there are four Nations living on White Bear (Cree, Saulteaux/Anishinaabe, Nakota and Dakota).
Here are the coordinates to access the trail.