The Four Lakes Trail leads to a family of lakes consisting of Alice, Stump, Fawn and Edith Lakes. The largest lake, Alice Lake, is accessible from the provincial park parking lot and has a day use area with picnic tables. Heading in the other direction on the trail so to finish the hike with Alice Lake use the trailhead marker on the main park road before the Alice Lake Parking Lot.
Most of the Four Lakes hike involves walking on hard earth, pine needle cushioned trails surrounded by trees, dead fall and forest floor vegetation. A small portion of the trail near Fawn Lake follows a deactivated road.
From the trailhead the loop trail will travel a short 100 metres before bumping into the first lake - Stump Lake. Continue 100 metres further up the trail and there is Cheekye River which is a great spot for a picnic while enjoying mountainous views. The route continues for another 2.8 Km following a tree lined path to Fawn Lake. From here continue another 1 Km and Edith Lake will come into view.The last leg of the hike is 2 Km in length ultimately connecting to the east side of Alice Lake. Follow the lake for another 1 Km to the sandy beach.
The region attracts hikers and mountain bikers. Although the Four Lakes Trail is dedicated to hikers, the surrounding landscape is groomed for mountain biker enthusiasts. The deactivated gravel road within the provincial park leads to many single track bike routes leading further into the wilderness.
Near Fawn Lake is the "Bob MacIntosh Memorial Trail" and "Alice Ridge Mountain Biking Trails". South of Edith Lake is the "Tracks from Hell Trails" and "Mike's Loop". From the Alice Lake parking lot mountain bikers can enjoy some thrills on the "Jack's Trail" and "Debecks Hill".