Moonshine Lake Provincial Park is located 27 km west of Spirit River on Hwy 49 and 7 km north on Hwy 725. Surrounded by diverse boreal mixed wood forests, Moonshine Lake offers a variety of year-round recreation. In summer, visitors can explore the 2.5 km lakeview trail, reserve a campsite, relax on the beach, cast a line for trout from the shore or on an electric motor boat, play on the multiple playgrounds, utilize the bike park or enjoy a fire inside the day-use shelter.. In the winter months, visitors can cross-country ski on over 14 km's of trails, ice-skate, snowshoe, ice-fish, enjoy the day-use shelter and playgrounds. The parks is an excellent location for birds and wildlife, with the inclusion of Jack Bird Pond that incorporates a wildlife corridor and adds a small wetland complex containing a number of beaver ponds.
This park has everything you need to enjoy an outdoor getaway that is still close to home. The day use area if FREE for public to use and includes:
There is a day use shelter available on a first come first serve basis at no charge. This shelter is equipped with a wood-burning stove, picnic tables and a door to close up the building from natural elements.
The main campground is nestled along the shore of Moonshine Lake. There are over 100 powered campsites. Firewood, water, showers, and sewage disposal are all available seasonally.
The group campsite is located west of the park across from the day use area. It includes power hookups, picnic tables, a private cook shelter, fire pit area, volleyball net, horseshoe pits and pit/vault toilets.