Schreiber Parks, Trails and Beaches

Residents Recreation Schreiber Parks, Trails and Beaches

Mallory’s blue park

picture7Mallory’s Blue Park is Schreiber’s signature park that is located just off of Highway 17 at the intersection of Drummond Street, Angus Street, and Erie Street. Mallory’s Blue Park is a welcoming gathering space for families with its small playground and gazebo. The playground features two slides and climbing bars. In 2014, Mallory’s Blue Park received a custom built sign that was funded through CFDC North grant. The Mallory’s Blue Park sign can be seen from Highway 17 and has a convenient “You are Here” map of Schreiber for visitors. Currently the Recreation Committee is fundraising for a 4 bay swing set including: 2 baby swings, a disability swing and a standard swing.

Schreiber Beach

13612350_643622315794749_7580511943228060081_nSchreiber Beach is a sand and pebble beach with a breathtaking view that surrounds you in natural beauty. The beach has a paved parking lot that is handicap accessible. The gorgeous view of Lake Superior is accompanied by numerous hiking trails, along with picnic tables, restrooms, and gazebo. During the winter season the road to the beach is closed but still used for hiking, skiing and snowshoeing. Schreiber Beach also provides access to Mount Gwynne through a rugged 2 to 4 hour hike that provides those successful with a breath-taking 360° view of the area.










Whitesand Beach

p1090859Whitesand Lake, located just ten minutes west of Schreiber along Highway 17, provides a pleasant swimming and picnic area. It boasts a sandy, well-maintained beach, picnic tables and play area. A swimming raft is anchored just off shore during the summer months. A boat launch is located a short distance further down the beach so there is easy access to good fishing for small mouth bass, lake trout and perch. Some residents make Whitesand their year-round home.

Others take advantage of this ideal natural setting for canoeing, waterskiing, sea-dooing, paddle boating, or just about any family water activity