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Cycling is a popular way to wander through the campground. Kids are reminded to wear their helmets
Boating is permitted on Pakwash Lake but please take care when there are high winds; this open lake can get very choppy.
Launch your canoe or rent one at the Park Office and you can paddle on Pakwash Lake.
The lakes in and around the park teem with Northern Pike, walleye and Lake trout. A fish-cleaning station with lights, running water and cutting tables is located by the boat launch. In early June you can catch a feed of walleye from the shoreline of your campsite.
Nature Trail - 5 km, moderate
Hikers will cross a marsh, pass a beaver pond and walk through woods along this nature trail. Along the way nine interpretive stops explain the flora and fauna that inhabit the area.
Pakwash features a long, sandy beach located in the day-use area of the park. The swimming area is marked with buoys. Please note that there are no lifeguards posted at the beaches and pets are not permitted.