Cool off in the water on those hot summer days with a swim at Kinosoo Beach, or take a walk along the Marina and enjoy the Lakeshore Business District. Of course, the Cold Lake Marina and the Provincial Park are both launching points for a variety of water sports and provide access to a fantastic lake trout fishery, with pike, walleye, perch and whitefish also found in the lake.
Enjoy camping, biking and hiking trails as well as a variety of water sports at the Cold Lake Provincial Park. With a boat launch, 9 kilometres of formal trails, 117 campsites, playgrounds and fish cleaning facilities, the park is a popular destination. Groomed cross-country ski trails are maintained in the winter.
Iron Horse Trail
The Iron Horse Trail is a Canadian gem; a reincarnation of abandoned railroad tracks that now forms a part of the Trans Canada Trail. The Iron Horse's 300 kilometres of trail will take you through farmland, parkland and boreal forest with views of historic buildings, gorgeous scenery and quaint farmsteads. The trail can be used for hiking, biking, snowmobiling, cross country skiing or horseback riding with 20 rest stops along its route.