Redhorse Lake is located off of the Arcol Road in a nicely treed enviornment, where you will find piece and quite…..just you and nature! The Lake consists of two basins of water connected by a narrows and is one of the smaller lakes in the Parklands Program. It is home to 8 campsites that are nicely situated throughout the lake. Out of the 8 campsites, 7 of them are water accessible and require watercraft to access the sites. There is 1 vehicle accessible site (aka drive-in site) that is located to the right of the public boat launch.
The drive-in site on Redhorse Lake will occupy a small travel trailer, however, we do not recommend taking a trailer to this site until early summer as the ground is quite soft after the spring thaw and it needs time to dry out.
Fishing at Redhorse Lake: Here you will find Walleye, Northern Pike, Largemouth Bass and Smallmouth Bass.
Please Note: Road Access permits are required for Redhorse Lake
Head North on Road 506, it becomes Road 509, continue on this until you reach Canonto Road, follow Canonto Road to Archol Road, turn left onto Archol Road and follow until you come to Redhorse Lake Lane on the right side.