Narrow Hills Provincial Park

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Narrow Hills Provincial Park is provincial park in Saskatchewan, Canada. It contains a series of recreational facilities and a variety of lakes within its boundaries. These include the Gem Lakes, Lower Fishing Lake, Upper Fishing Lake and others.

The park was established in 1934 as Nipawin Provincial Park, but was renamed Narrow Hills in the 1990s.[1]

The town of Smeaton is located 70 km south.


Narrow Hills offers a variety of recreational facilities and opportunities. These include sport fishing, hiking, and camping. The park contains 25 bodies of water suitable for fishing and another 30 within an hour's drive. In addition to the native walleye, yellow perch, lake whitefish and northern pike, the park contains stocked trout species including brown, lake, brook, cutthroat, rainbow and tiger.

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Coordinates: 54°05′27″N 104°38′32″W / 54.09083°N 104.64222°W / 54.09083; -104.64222