Access mountain biking opportunities from Jackson Staging Area north of the park. See map: Jackson Lake Trail, Mosquito Lake Trail, Dabbs Lake Trail.
Bird species range from breeding waterfowl and birds of prey to song birds. Lakeland provides nesting habitat for the western and red-necked grebes.
Species seen in the park include: sharp-tailed, Le Conte's and swamp sparrows; osprey; bald eagle; and barred owls, boreal, great grey, great horned and northern saw-whet owls. In winter, finches and crossbills can be spotted.
Fishing licenses and Wildlife Identification Number (WIN) cards (required to purchase sportfishing licences) are available online.
Access backcountry hiking opportunities from Jackson Staging Area north of the park park. See map: Jackson Lake Trail, Mosquito Lake Trail, Dabbs Lake Trail.
Access to Mile 10, Dabbs Lake, Blackett Lake and Helena Lake trails.
OHVs are allowed on designated motorized trails only. DO NOT take motorized vehicles on non-motorized trails.
Lakeland Provincial Park and the adjacent Lakeland Provincial Recreation have high hummocky hills, gently rolling terrain and sandy beaches. Aspen, white spruce, balsam poplar, jack pine, black spruce, tamarack and willow are found here, each with its own micro environments.
The variety of habitats supports diverse wildlife from large species like moose, deer and woodland caribou, to fur bearing animals like river otter, wolf, lynx, beaver and wolverine.