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Spednic Lake Routes



Spednic Lake is part of the St. Croix International Waterway. It is an extensive lake system that is created by a dam on the St. Croix River in Saint Croix. The lake is bisected by the US-Canada border. The most popular access point for Spednic Lake is at Spednic Lake Provincial Park to the west of McAdam. The lake is filled with boulders, just below the surface and poking up out of the water. The lake has several long arms and many islands. Some of the islands have camps and others have campsites that are open to the public on a first come, first serve basis. To find out more about the campsites in the St. Croix Watershed consider purchasing a St. Croix International Waterway Recreation Map.


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There are several ways to access Spednic Lake. Go to the route pages for more details.

Routes in the Lake