Long Schooner & Round Schooner Lake

Visitors to the Schooner Lakes will soon realize they are in the highlands. Hike to the top of the sheer granite cliffs and you will feel as though you are sitting atop the world.  Explore the area around your campsite and discover an abundance of natural wildlife from deer to herons.

Long Schooner Lake offers many campsites that are located on 3 of the lakes islands that are home to 9 water access only campsites and also offers 5 vehicle access sites (aka drive-in sites).

Fishing on Long Schooner Lake – You will find Walleye, Northern Pike, Largemouth Bass and Smallmouth Bass.

Round Schooner Lake is located at the tail end of Long Schooner Lake and is accessible through a shallow channel that runs between the two lakes. This lake is home to 11 campsites that are water access only. All sites are situated on Mainland.

Fishing on Round Schooner Lake – You will find Lake Trout, Northern Pike, Largemouth Bass and Smallmouth Bass.

Schooner lakes (Round and Long) are contained in a provincially designated Area of Natural and Scientific Interest (ANSI). The area is a provincially significant upland forest complex. Amateur geologists will appreciate the sheer, barren slopes and cliffs of granite on Schooner lake. Regionally rare plants are found throughout the area.

CAMPSITE LOCATION MAP ‘CLICK HERE’

Please Note: Road Access Permits are required on Schooner Lake Road.

Directions

Access is via Mountain and Schooner Lake Roads from Plevna.  Head north on the Mountain Road off of Road 509 at Plevna (right beside the Lookout Home Hardware).  At the “T” intersection turn left to stay on Mountain Rd.  At the junction with Brule Lake Rd (at the north end of Shaw Lake) stay to the right to remain on Mountain Rd.  Turn left onto Schooner Lake Rd and follow the signs.  Long Schooner drive-in sites are located at the end of Schooner Rd.

Please Note: Road Access Permits are required on Schooner Lake Road.

Directions to Long Schooner Lake Boat Launch