Saw Lake Trail – 2.8 km loop, easy
This trail leads up and over beautiful esker ridges and continues along the shores of serene Saw Lake, a small glacier lake stocked with Speckled Trout. Be sure to bring your camera as the waters here gleam a greenish hue on a sunny summer’s day.

Quaking Bog Trail – 0.8 km, easy
A short but worthy trail for hikers that takes you along a path that was once at the bottom of Ivanhoe Lake. Interpretive panels located along its path bring to light some of these features as well as a viewing platform overlooking a rare quaking bog.

Teck Lake Trail – 1 km, moderate
This trail is a peaceful, solitary walk for those who venture through its mature boreal forest before coming to rest at tranquil Teck Lake. Here you can discover a small kettle lake formed by glaciers and stocked with Brook Trout. Like Saw Lake, the waters here also gleam green on a sunny summer’s day.

The Panne – easy
Located along the shores of Ivanhoe Lake in Le Rivage Campground the boardwalk will take you through one of the most fragile plant environments in this region. The Panne is composed of rare and delicate flora like soft grasses, sedges and beautiful wildflowers.

The Esker Trail – 8 km, moderate to difficult
Hikers can trek along one of the most accessible and representative eskers in Ontario. If you feel like a scenic walk with panoramic views, follow a small gravel road which takes you up above the tree tops providing views of green-hued kettle lakes, mature stands of forest, abundant wildlife and the most spectacular view of Ivanhoe Lake anywhere in the park. There are also a couple of side trails that will take you to the solitude of Axe and Canyon Lakes.

IVANHOE LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK TRAILS are some of the best hiking and nature tails near Sudbury.

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Length: 5 trails of .8, 2.8, 1 and 8 km.
Difficulty: Difficult (Trail classifications)
Trail surface: Boardwalks and Natural
Trail use: Hiking
Accessibility Notes: None
Fees: Park entrance fees

Flora & Fauna:

Not reported yet

Amenities: picnic areas, washrooms

Attractions: Viewing platform, boardwalk, Bog

Phone: 705-899-2644

Find it: 170 Ivanhoe Lake Road, Foleyet, ON west of Foleyet on Highway 101 and then south on Ivanhoe Lake Road.

GPS Coordinates (main trailhead):
Latitude: 48.1759150
Longitude: -82.5012160