Sandbar Lake

Sandbar features a beautiful sandy beach with a gently sloping swimming area that’s great for the kids. The surrounding transitional forest features boreal plants and animals, as well as those of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Lowlands. Erratic boulders are strewn amidst the trees – evidence of the power of glaciers. The park is a gateway to several challenging canoe routes.


Canoeing on the lake


Car and group camping are both available


Sandbar features a beautiful sandy beach.

One-third of Sandbar Lakes almost 75 campsites are electrified. Campsites can accommodate equipment ranging from tents only to large trailers. Sandbar Lake has two group campsites that vary in size and can accommodate from 15 to 100 people.


Biking | Boating | Canoeing | Fishing | Hiking | Hunting | Swimming


Silhouette Trail – 2km, moderate
This trail weaves its way through Jack Pine woods, aspen forests and wetlands. Along the trail you will see a variety of plant and wildlife silhouettes with descriptive information sheets.
Red Pine Trail – 0.5km, easy
This small self-guided trail is great for a short walk through the wilderness. It takes you through a natural Red Pine stand and along the trail you will see remains of burnt trees, a result of a forest fire in the early 1900s.
Rockcliff Trail – 4km, moderate
This trail will familiarize you with some of the unique natural and historical features of the park.
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A gateway to several challenging canoe routes.

For more information on this park please visit: Sandbar Lake