Your Saskatchewan Road Trip Starts Here!

Outdoor adventure awaits!

Who says you have to unplug to enjoy nature? This Road Trip is the perfect guide to getting outside in Saskatchewan. While on your road trip, check in at various parks and historical sites to earn prizes. The more visits you make, the more you win. Hike, explore and wander through parks as you track your progress. This program isn't just for use in the great outdoors – it also includes deals and discounts from nearby local businesses.

Prizes include tumblers, Hardpressed Print Studio Souvenir Map Posters, and Yeti Hopper Backflips including various local Saskatchewan food and drinks, and a chance to win an all expense paid trip for two to Athabasca Sand Dunes in 2022! The trip will be arranged with the assistance of a travel professional from CAA Saskatchewan in conjunction with Churchill River Canoe Outfitters.

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Parks & Historical Sites

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Batoche National Historic Site
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Batoche National Historic Site features beautiful trails, guided tours, interpretive signage, historic silhouettes and viewing areas that offer a glimpse into the historic battle between the Métis and First Nations, and General Middleton's Canadian Forces. Enjoy onsite geocaching and hiking trails or rent a bike and take a ride along the shores of the South Saskatchewan River and view the lush river valley scenery. Plan ahead and check the Parks Canada website for the most up-to-date information on hours of operation and what to expect when you arrive. Plan ahead and check the Parks Canada website for the most up-to-date information on hours of operation and what to expect when you arrive.
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Blackstrap Provincial Park
32 km SE of Saskatoon on Hwy 11 and 8 km E of Dundurn on Hwy 211.

Home to one of the rarest geographical formations in Canada, the Blackstrap Provincial Park takes its name after the manmade mountain that rises 45 metres above the surrounding prairies. This park is the perfect place to enjoy a wide range of summer activities including swimming, camping and fishing. With a boat launch located on the east side of the lake, Blackstrap's lake is ideal for water activities such as water-skiing, canoeing and windsurfing. A main beach with inviting sand and ample grass areas makes a perfect place for games and sun tanning.
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Buffalo Pound Provincial Park
24 km N of Hwy 1 via Hwy 301.

Buffalo Pound offers excellent hiking, mountain biking and fat biking trails, fishing, canoeing and kayaking opportunities. A brand new heated outdoor pool opened in 2020. Enjoy migrant waterfowl viewing at Nicolle Flats Interpretive Area and Marsh Boardwalk. Once used by First Nations to corral bison, the park maintains a captive herd in a paddock that's situated among the area's scenic rolling hills.
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Candle Lake Provincial Park
Approximately 80 km NE of Prince Albert via Hwys 55 and 120 on paved road.

Well-known for its sandy beaches, clear water and surrounding forest, Candle Lake Provincial Park is a premier camping destination with various outdoor opportunities to be enjoyed. Home to a large, shallow beach, this park is a great destination for families with small children. Fish for walleye, pike, perch, burbot and whitefish in one of the park's lakes or creeks, or enjoy a hike on the boardwalks out to the Minowukaw Sand Dunes.
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Cannington Manor Provincial Historic Park
16 km N of Manor or 29 km NE of Carlyle on grid roads. 26 km SE of Moose Mountain Provincial Park.

Established in 1882, the village of Cannington Manor was an attempt by eastern settlers to recreate the aristocratic English lifestyle, all supported by agriculture. Interpretive signs tell the story of this unique village, and visitors are welcome to tour the grounds May Long weekend to Labour Day. Visitor Centre and reconstructed buildings are open to visitors when park staff are on site. A picnic area and washrooms are available, and most buildings are wheelchair accessible.
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Clarence - Steepbank Lakes Provincial Park
150 km NE of Prince Albert via Hwys 55, 120, 913 and 927. Food, gas and lodging available within 20 km (East Trout Lake area).

A quiet wilderness park, Clarence-Steepbank Lakes Provincial Park preserves a portion of Saskatchewan's boreal forest. Some rustic amenities are available including five primitive campsites, a few barbecues and picnic tables. This is a pack-in, pack-out park.

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Clearwater River Provincial Park
Clearwater River Provincial Park is a premier destination for skilled canoeists. The park encompasses much of the Clearwater River, which features rapids that range from Class II to Class IV and a spectacular waterfall. This wilderness park is pack-in, pack-out and is recommended for experienced backcountry users only. There are no services or facilities available.

Pinned in the middle of the park along the only road that is in the park according to Google Maps.
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Crooked Lake Provincial Park
NE end of Crooked Lake on Hwy 247. Approximately 30 km N of Trans-Canada Hwy 1.

Nestled in the scenic Qu'Appelle Valley, Crooked Lake Provincial Park features stunning valley views and a beautiful lake. This park has numerous campsites including several lakeside sites, a service centre, hiking trails, boat launch, fishing and nearby golf course.
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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park - Saskatchewan
Centre Block with full services is 27 km S of Maple Creek on Hwy 21.

The first interprovincial park in Canada, the Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park offers something for every visitor. The towering hills, lush forest and fescue prairie provide breathtaking views. The park offers several campgrounds, including an equestrian campground in the rustic West Block wilderness area. In addition to front-country camping, the Centre Block of the park features exceptional amenities including a resort, swimming pool, hiking trails, ziplining and one of the largest Dark Sky Preserves in the world.

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Danielson Provincial Park
N end of Lake Diefenbaker, access via Hwys 44, 45 or 219.

Danielson Provincial Park is the perfect place to enjoy summer. Situated on Lake Diefenbaker, the sandy beaches, excellent fishing opportunities and large campsites provide a variety of opportunities to fill the days with outdoor adventures. Hike the Trans Canada Trail (The Great Trail), or learn more about one of the world's largest earth-filled dams by visiting the Gardiner Dam Visitor Centre.
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Douglas Provincial Park
11 km S of Elbow on Hwy 19.

Named after the late Saskatchewan Premier Tommy Douglas, this provincial park is situated on the southeast end of Lake Diefenbaker. Featuring a sandy shoreline, large wooded campsites and massive inland sand dunes (accessed via hiking trail), the park offers unique opportunities for visitors of all ages. With interpretive hiking trails, great fishing, water opportunities and nearby 18-hole championship golf course, Douglas is the perfect destination for memorable outdoor adventures.
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Duck Mountain Provincial Park
25 km E of Kamsack.

Duck Mountain Provincial Park is loved for its rolling hills, well-stocked lakes and boreal forest setting. With accommodations ranging from wilderness camping to electric campsites and a lodge with modern cabins and townhouses, Duck Mountain offers in-park accommodation for every season.

This family-friendly park offers a wide-range of recreational opportunities. Fish for pike, walleye or perch in spring-fed Madge Lake, or try one of the various other lakes found in and around the park. Bike a section of the Trans Canada Trail (The Great Trail) or sample one of the other self-guided or interpretive trails.
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Echo Valley Provincial Park
8 km W of Fort Qu'Appelle.

Situated in the legendary Qu'Appelle Valley between Echo and Pasqua Lakes, Echo Valley Provincial Park offers scenic surroundings and numerous recreational opportunities. With two beaches and access to two lakes, this park is a great destination for the fishing and water enthusiast. Interpretive programming and a three-kilometre nature trail allow visitors to explore and learn more about this beautiful area.
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Fort Battleford National Historic Site
Fort Battleford was established in 1876 and presided over some of the most pivotal events in the history of Western Canada. Discover the stories of settlers and the Indigenous people who lived beyond the fort's walls, and explore the five original buildings, stockade, bastion and barracks to see what life was like for the men of the North West Mounted Police (NWMP) who made their home there during the 1800s.

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Fort Carlton Provincial Park
26 km W of Duck Lake on Hwy 212, or approximately 100 km N of Saskatoon via Hwys 11 and 212.

Fort Carlton was an important hub for the Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) from 1810 - 1885. Located on the North Saskatchewan River and with easy access by land, this site was an ideal place to warehouse goods and gather provisions for other posts. An important negotiation site for Treaty Six in 1876, Fort Carlton was accidently burned down during a hasty evacuation that took place during the Northwest Resistance of 1885.

Today, Fort Carlton Provincial Park features a reconstructed palisade, fur and provisions store, trade store, clerks quarters and tepee encampment. Visitors can see, touch and smell artifacts such as bison hides, beaver pelts and more. Interpretive staff are on hand to answer questions and lead activities. The park also features hiking trails, a picnic area and small, rustic campground.
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Fort Walsh National Historic Site
At the Fort Walsh National Historic Site, step back in time to the 1870s and discover life at a working fort in the spectacular Cypress Hills during the lawless time of rotgut whiskey runners. Imagine the scarlet serge-clad North West Mounted Police (NWMP) marching across the prairies, hear Metis legends handed down through generations, learn traditional crafts and skills, and uncover the history of Canada's part in the aftermath of the Cypress Hills Massacre.
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Good Spirit Lake Provincial Park
48 km NW of Yorkton. 24 km NE of Springside.

Named by Maclean's Magazine as home to one of the Top 10 Beaches in Canada, Good Spirit Lake Provincial Park offers outdoor adventures the whole family can enjoy. Located 30 minutes northwest of Yorkton, the park offers excellent fishing, swimming and beach-related opportunities including mini golf, food concession, tennis and beach volleyball courts.
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Grasslands National Park
SW Saskatchewan. Frenchman Valley Campground is located in the West Block, 1 hour S of Swift Current. Rock Creek Campground is located in the East Block, 2 hours S of Moose Jaw.

Escape and enjoy fun experiences with family and friends... exciting trails, challenging geocaches and guided nature hikes. See some of the rarest wildlife in Canada exploring the West Block's Frenchman River Valley. Catch a glimpse of a short-horned lizard, bison or spy on the comical Black-tailed Prairie dogs. Hike the breathtaking badlands of the East Block. Discover the astonishing dinosaur bones exposed in the eroding layers of earth. True western hospitality is awaiting your visit.
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Great Blue Heron Provincial Park
50 km N of Prince Albert off Hwy 2.

Great Blue Heron Provincial Park offers a quiet escape to those wishing to embrace the great outdoors. Adjacent to Prince Albert National Park, Great Blue Heron offers a variety of camping opportunities including electric, non-electric and group campsites. This scenic park is popular with hikers, anglers and canoeists. Other amenities include beach and picnic areas, lodging at Land of the Loon Resort or in a new Mongolian-style yurt, a boat launch, filleting station and groomed hiking/cross-country ski trails connecting to Prince Albert National Park.

Pinned at Anderson Point campground on Anglin Lake.
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Greenwater Lake Provincial Park
16 km S of Chelan, 38 km N of Kelvington on Hwy 38. Three hours from Saskatoon or Regina, and less from Prince Albert and Yorkton.

A stunning year-round destination, Greenwater Lake Provincial Park offers premier fishing and water sport opportunities that the whole family can enjoy. With a beautiful beach, excellent camping opportunities and extensive hiking, snowmobile and cross-country ski trails, Greenwater Lake is where adventure awaits. More than 200 species of birds make the park their home and visitors may spot various species of wildlife including fox, otter, moose and elk. In the summer, take in an interpretive program, visit the displays at the Visitor Reception Centre or hit the links on the 18-hole golf course. During winter, take a ride down the toboggan hill or play some shinny on the skating rink.
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Holy Trinity Anglican Church Provincial Historic Park
Holy Trinity Anglican Church is the oldest standing building in Saskatchewan, built between 1854 and 1860. It is the oldest wood-frame church west of the Red River, made from locally cut and hewn timber. The church still contains original materials including hinges, locks and stained glass that were brought from England. It was designated a Provincial Historic Site on August 26, 1981 by the Saskatchewan Government.
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Katepwa Point Provincial Park
10 km SE of Lebret on Hwy 56.

Katepwa Point Provincial Park, a small, day-use park featuring one of the nicest beaches in the Qu'Appelle Valley. It offers a lovely lawn area, near the beach, with picnic facilities (briquettes only), playground, service centre and parking. Accommodations, licensed dining, concessions, golf and canoe/kayak rentals are available nearby.
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Lac La Ronge Provincial Park
240 km N of Prince Albert. Adjacent to the town of La Ronge (full services).

One of the largest parks in the province, Lac La Ronge Provincial Park is a nature-lover's dream. Nestled in the heart of the Churchill River system, this park has close to 100 lakes and more than 30 documented canoe routes, many of which follow old fur trade routes. Visitors flock to the park for the exceptional fishing opportunities and the beautiful, private campgrounds as well as other amenities including boat launches, hiking and cross-country skiing trails, service centres and the Holy Trinity Anglican Church, the oldest standing building in the province.

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Makwa Lake Provincial Park
W of Loon Lake, 60 km W of Meadow Lake or 170 km N of North Battleford.

Made up of an expansive forest connecting five lakes, this park features three campgrounds, multiple sandy beaches, service centres, hiking trails and a beach access wheelchair for persons with mobility needs. While in the area, visit nearby Steele Narrows Provincial Park, the site of the final battle of the North-West Resistance.
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Meadow Lake Provincial Park
5 km N of Goodsoil on Hwy 26, 24 km N of Pierceland on Hwy 21, 6 km N of Dorintosh on Hwy 4.

Spanning more than 1,600 sq. km and featuring more than 20 lakes, rivers and streams, Meadow Lake Provincial Park is one of the largest provincial parks in Canada. A favorite destination for many vacationers, this park offers excellent fishing and water-based opportunities, some of the best beaches in Saskatchewan and the Boreal Trail, one of the premier hiking destinations in Canada.

Pinned at geographical centre near Matheson Lake campground.
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Moose Mountain Provincial Park
23 km N of Carlyle or 1/2 hour S of the Trans-Canada Hwy 1 at Whitewood on Hwy 9.

With beautiful stands of popular and birch trees along with hilly topography, this park provides an ideal location for visitors to enjoy camping, swimming, boating, golf, tennis and daily programs. An extensive trail system for hiking, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling also runs throughout the park.
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Motherwell Homestead National Historic Site
Road trip with your family out to Abernethy and visit the Motherwell Homestead National Historic Site to meet farm animals and discover prairie life in the 1900s. Have a blast while exploring the home and farm of W.R. Motherwell and discover his influence on the development of agriculture in western Canada.
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Narrow Hills Provincial Park
Access from Hwy 106 N of Smeaton or Hwy 120 N of Meath Park.

Uniquely shaped by the last glacial period, the park boasts more than 53,000 hectares of narrow valleys, knob and kettle terrain and boreal forest. Experience the dramatic and vast landscape of this scenic park by hiking the hills above the Gem Lakes. Rough the wild by camping at one of the park's wilderness campsites located at Jade, Diamond and Opal Lakes.
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Pike Lake Provincial Park
30 km SW of Saskatoon, on Hwy 60.

Situated on the South Saskatchewan River, the park offers various recreational opportunities for visitors to enjoy including water activities, playgrounds (including a barrier-free playground), tennis, pickle ball and beach volleyball courts, golf and a popular outdoor pool with a waterslide. The park's 1.5-km Gift of Green Nature Trail begins at the interpretive centre and provides a great opportunity to experience the diverse wildlife and ecosystems contained within the park.
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Porcupine Hills Provincial Park
East Block: 95 km SE of Hudson Bay on Hwy 980. Campgrounds at Isbister, Smallfish, Spirit and Townsend Lakes.

West Block: 64 km SE of Hudson Bay via Hwys 9 and 982. Campgrounds at McBride and Parr Hill Lakes.

Porcupine Hills is Saskatchewan’s newest provincial park, officially designated in 2018. Located southeast of the Town of Hudson Bay, Porcupine Hills Provincial Park boasts great camping, hunting and fishing. Snowmobiling and other winter activities are popular throughout the winter months. Porcupine Hills is a place like none other to relax, enjoy the scenery, or simply walk or hike.
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Prince Albert National Park
90 km N of Prince Albert, access from Hwys 2, 263 and 264.

A transitional landscape from aspen parkland to boreal forest with pockets of grasslands, Prince Albert National Park is one breathtaking and unique place to vacation. Learn about nature at this expansive 3,875 sq. km. of protected park through interpretive programs, guided hikes and interactive exhibits at the Nature Centre. Explore Grey Owl's cabin or partake in the park's countless year-round and seasonal recreational opportunities.
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Regina Beach Recreation Site
50 km N of Regina via Hwys 11 and 54.

One of southern Saskatchewan's most popular beaches, Regina Beach Recreation Site is situated on the shores of Last Mountain Lake. The resort town of Regina Beach offers restaurants, boutique shops, yacht club and more. It's close proximity to Regina makes it a perfect place for a summer day escape.
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Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park
22.4 km W of Bulyea on Hwy 220. Less than an hour NW of Regina.

Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park is an ideal destination for summer fun. Take part in water sports such as swimming, boating and fishing for trophy walleye. Relax on one of southern Saskatchewan's largest natural beaches, have a picnic in the day-use area or watch for wildlife while hiking a trail. Though close enough to Regina for a day visit, Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park also offers excellent camping amenities.
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Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park
50 km N of Swift Current on Hwy 4.

Straddling the South Saskatchewan River Valley at the west end of Lake Diefenbaker, the Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park celebrates the site of the first historic crossing on the South Saskatchewan River. A great area to be enjoyed by all ages, the park is popular for its fishing, sun-bathing and hiking opportunities. This park features a number of interpretive trails and historic sites including the Goodwin House, now home to the park's visitor centre, main office and interpretive centre.
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The Battlefords Provincial Park
39 km N of North Battleford via Hwy 4. Services available in Cochin, 3 km from park gate or 6 km from core area.

Located on the north shore of Jackfish Lake, The Battlefords Provincial Park is the perfect place to immerse yourself in the great outdoors. Featuring excellent camping, beautiful beaches and picnic areas, world-class fishing, 18-hole golf course and much more, The Battlefords Provincial Park offers something for everyone.
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Wildcat Hill Provincial Park
Approximately 50 km N of Hudson Bay on Hwy 9. Camping and hotel accommodation available in Hudson Bay.

Located at the summit of the Pasquia Hills, Wildcat Hill Provincial Park towers over the surrounding lowlands. Encompassing nearly 22,000 hectares, the park is characterized by steep canyons, fast-flowing rivers, dense forests and a variety of wildlife. This is a pack-in/pack-out park and is recommended for experienced backcountry users only. As this park is a wilderness area, there are no services or facilities available.
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Wood Mountain Post Provincial Historic Park
8 km S of the village of Wood Mountain on Hwy 18.

Wood Mountain Post was established as a North West Mounted Police (NWMP) post in 1874 to patrol the Canada/United States border and police whiskey traders, horse thieves and cattle rustlers. The post rose to prominence in 1876, when Chief Sitting Bull and 5,000 members of the Sioux (Lakota) First Nation took refuge in Canada after the Battle of Little Bighorn. Wood Mountain Post Provincial Park features two reconstructed buildings that tell the story of Major James Walsh of the NWMP and his negotiations with Chief Sitting Bull. When available, interpretive staff are on hand to help round out your experience. There are picnic facilities on site and camping is available at nearby Wood Mountain Regional Park.
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Nearby Deals & Discounts

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Beachside Boat Rental
Pontoon boats, SUPs, paddleboards and kayaks.

What's Included

  • People Power BOGO
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Beachside Burgers
BeachSide Burgers Located inside the Pavilion at Danielson Provincial Park, Gardiner Dam location, provide stunning lake views along with your favourite BeachSide food. After your meal enjoy a large selection of ice cream flavours or a creamy thick milkshake. We look forward to you coming in for a visit.

What's Included

  • Free Drink
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Big Island Cove Resort
Big Island Cove Resort is a family-oriented summer destination. Offering lakefront cabin rentals, seasonal campsites, equipment rentals, and an on-site store.

What's Included

  • 20% Off A Kayak Or Paddleboard Rental
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Bumperball
Regina entertainment company offering "BumperBall" for birthday parties, fundraisers and corporate events.

What's Included

  • Win A Free Day Pass
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Cypress Hills Segway Tours
See the Cypress Hills like never before. We offer an interpretive guided tour through the backcountry trails of the Cypress Hills. Your tour includes training on the Segways to start with and we make sure everyone is good to go. Age limit is 12 years old and the minimum weight requirement is 75 lbs. At present, our oldest customer has been 86 years old.
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What's Included

  • 10% Off Weekday Tour
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Danielson Park Store
Campground Store

What's Included

  • Extra Scoop On Your Ice Cream Cone
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Dar's Little Dipper
Dars has been famous for ice-cream for years and two years ago we reintroduced food from our famous fish and chip shop. We also have smokehouse beef brisket and ribs.

What's Included

  • 10% Off Food Order
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Disc Driver Disc Golf Pro Shop
Disc Golf sales, workshops and events.

What's Included

  • 10% Off Your First Purchase
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Elk Ridge Resort
Elk Ridge Resort is Saskatchewan's premier destination resort, located in the heart of the northern boreal forest. The resort offers a wide range of opportunities to experience Saskatchewan at its best, including a fantastic selection of accommodations to suite any excursion, with Lodge Rooms, Cabins, Townhouses and Cottages. Elk Ridge also offers a dynamic array of activities, including a 27-hole championship Golf Course, onsite partnerships with Drift Spa, Treeosix Adventure Parks, Lake Country Rentals and Sturgeon River Ranch, as well as a number of activities that are included with every guest's stay, such as skating, skiing, snowshoeing, curling, crokicurl, hiking, indoor pool, waterslide and hot tub, and more!! Elk Ridge, and the surrounding areas of the Lakeland Region and the Prince Albert National Park, are rich with nature and outdoor experiences. Which, over the years, has solidified Elk Ridge Resort’s status as a four-season paradise.
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What's Included

  • 20% Off Eminence Products
  • 25% Off One Main Course, A Pizza, Or An Appetizer
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G & S Marina Outfitters
General convenience store, groceries, hardware, cabin rentals, boat rentals, on water fuel, fishing tackle, bait, fishing and hunting guide service.

What's Included

  • Buy One Slushie Get One Free
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Gator's Grub
Gators grub caters to the community of Candle Lake. We provide tasty home-cooked meals on the go both on land and on the water. Located at our local beaches.

What's Included

  • Buy One Combo, Get A Drink Free
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Gitko Lake Store/Manitou Concession
Original beach store built 75 years ago. Great food, ice cream and confectionary. We specialize in Ukrainian meals! Cabbage rolls, pierogi and sausage and other seasonal food. Small grocery items are available.

What's Included

  • Perogie Platter
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Green Hills Golf Resort
Green Hills Golf Resort offers a challenging golf course and packages in a beautiful natural setting inside Greenwater Lake Provincial Park. If you have never played here you are missing a great round of golf. Holes: 18 | Par: 72 | Yardage: 6,717

What's Included

  • BOGO Appetizer
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Greenwater Cabin Rentals
Greenwater Cabin Rentals boasts 28 cabins (18 winterized) in various styles. All cabins are fully furnished, with hot and cold running water except the non-modern cabins. We book 1 year in advance to the day.

What's Included

  • 20% Off Your Stay
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Greenwater Lake Marina
Opening in May! Greenwater Lake Marina, on Greenwater​ Lake, offers watercraft rentals including paddleboats, aqua bikes, canoes, fishing boats and pontoon boats. Boat slips and mooring is available. Full tackle shop with huge selection and live bait on site. Camping supplies, confectionery, ice and fuel sales is also on site. Fish cleaning facility across the parking lot.
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What's Included

  • 20% Off Half Day Rentals
  • Free One Hour Evening Boat Rental
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Grey Owl Center
Bicycle shop service, rental and sales, paddle sports rentals and sales, longboard and scooters rentals and sales, clothing, apparel, souvenirs and gifts.

What's Included

  • 20% Discount
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Jackfish Lodge
We are a 58 room hotel, 18 hole golf course and a 99-site full-service campground.

What's Included

  • 15% Off Meals In The Restaurant
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JT's Beach Cafe And Tiki Bar
JT's Beach Cafe is a beach side restaurant and bar located inside the beautiful Blackstrap Provincial Park.

What's Included

  • Buy One Slush And Get The Second One Free
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Katepwa Beach Hotel
Katepwa Beach Hotel is located in the Resort Village of Katepwa Beach across from Katepwa Point Provincial Park, beach & boat launch. Accommodation is in motel-style rooms with all amenities. Katepwa Beach Bar offers steaks, burgers, pizza and more in a casual bar atmosphere where children are welcome until 8 pm with an adult. Join us on our outdoor patio, weather permitting.
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What's Included

  • 20% Off Appetizers
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Lake Country Rentals
Lake Country Rentals wants you to be able to access the great outdoors… in style! For work or play, we have vehicles and gear to get you there. Snowmobile rentals for winter. Boats and personal watercraft for summer. All rentals are replaced regularly to keep them up to date and always kept in perfect running condition. You can count on our equipment working reliably on the trail or on the water.
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What's Included

  • 15% Off Any Two Day Rental And A Free Balaclava
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Lakeshore Miniature Golf
Mini golf course with glow golf every Saturday night.

What's Included

  • Buy 3, Get One Free
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Lakeside Foods
Lakeside Foods is a convenience store located in Maple Vale campground area. The store is very clean, offering all kinds of groceries, camping gear, laundry facilities, ice, some fast food, and of course ICE CREAM!

What's Included

  • $1 Off Ice Cream
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Lakeview Grill
A family-friendly restaurant with fresh locally sourced ingredients and great view.

What's Included

  • 15% Off
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Loch Leven Marina
We have paddle boats, kayaks, canoes and stand up paddleboards for you to enjoy on the lake. Rent our deluxe electric peddle assist bikes or regular bicycles and explore the park. Fishing rods and movie rentals available. Buy camping and fishing supplies. We prioritize safety and friendly service.

What's Included

  • Buy One Get One Free On DVD Rentals
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Madge Lake Bible Camp Riding Stables
Based in the Duck Mountain Provincial Park, the Madge Lake Riding Stables offers guided trail rides on beautiful scenic trails through the Duck Mountain hills. Horses for all levels of riding skill from beginner to experienced. Services offered are trail rides, pony rides, overnight rides and wagon rides available upon request.

What's Included

  • Buy 4 Get One Free
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Mama Bear's Den
Home of the Bannock Burger, Mama Bear’s Den is a licensed family restaurant and ice cream shop.

What's Included

  • Free Pop With Any Purchase Of Our Bannock Burger Meals
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Night Owl Camping Cabins Inc
Camping cabin rentals in Pike Lake Provincial Park. Opens May 21st!

What's Included

  • May, June, September Special
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Par-Tici-Putt Mini Golf And Rental
Fun always happens at PAR-TICI-PUTT and Rentals. Try our ice cream with mini donuts or jumbo pretzels. Rentals include canoes, bikes and stand-up paddleboards. Night golf is a great hit. On Saturday nights come enjoy live entertainment under the big tent, come stomp on the grass. Open May-Labor Day.

What's Included

  • BOGO Mini Golf Round
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Restaurant Pietro
Italian steak house.

What's Included

  • Complimentary Glass Of Wine With Dinner
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Sask Aquatic Adventures - Blackstrap
Sask Aquatic Adventures is taking the definition of fun to the next level. Say goodbye to the shoreline and spend countless hours enjoying your time on the water. Our parks offer endless hours of family fun for ages 5 and up. We invite you to run, slide, jump, swim, splash and bounce on our gigantic inflatable water parks. We believe that safety is key while having fun and have trained lifeguards on duty at all times during operational hours. You can play for an hour or if that isn’t enough you can purchase a pass to come and go all day. Children under the ages of 10 must be accompanied by an adult (18+), and yes the adult must be on the play structure at all times (warning: adults tend to have more fun than children!) Lifejackets are provided for everyone and must be worn at all times. Yes, we have all sizes available so everyone can join in the fun. Come on out and enjoy your next adventure on the water with us.
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What's Included

  • 20% Off One Hour Individual Pass Or One Hour Family Pass
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Sask Aquatic Adventures - Danielson
Sask Aquatic Adventures is taking the definition of fun to the next level. Say goodbye to the shoreline and spend countless hours enjoying your time on the water. Our parks offer endless hours of family fun for ages 5 and up. We invite you to run, slide, jump, swim, splash and bounce on our gigantic inflatable water parks. We believe that safety is key while having fun and have trained lifeguards on duty at all times during operational hours. You can play for an hour or if that isn’t enough you can purchase a pass to come and go all day. Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult (18+), and yes the adult must be on the play structure at all times (warning: adults tend to have more fun than children!) Lifejackets are provided for everyone and must be worn at all times. Yes, we have all sizes available so everyone can join in the fun. Come on out and enjoy your next adventure on the water with us.
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What's Included

  • 20% Off One Hour Individual Pass Or One Hour Family Pass
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Sask Landing Golf Resort
Sask Landing Golf Resort is situated inside Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park, located 50 kilometers north of Swift Current on Highway #4. Large tracts of natural prairie grassland speckled with wildflowers and blooming cactus create environmental buffers for our fairways. Scenic vistas from nearly every tee box and green offer golfers breathtaking views of Lake Diefenbaker and the surrounding hills. Sask Landing delivers the ultimate golfing experience.
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What's Included

  • 50% Off Second Green Fee
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Sask Landing Marina
Sask Landing Marina is a full-service marina located near the west end of beautiful Lake Diefenbaker in the Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park. We offer both short-term and seasonal moorage for boats from 20 to 50 feet, premium fuel on the water, and boating supplies and confectionery in our store. Also located at the marina is a mini-golf course with 18 holes (9 with handicap access). Other offerings are seasonal boat and RV storage with winterizing and boat detailing on request. We are a friendly place to hang out at the lake!
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What's Included

  • 15% Off In-store Items And Mini-golf
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Squirrely Putt & Play
Check out Squirrely Putt & Play located within Buffalo Pound Provincial Park. Enjoy a round of golf on their 18-hole mini golf course, take a turn at axe throwing or take advantage of their mountain bike, canoe, kayak, and paddleboat rentals. Onsite concession offers tasty treats, fish bait and beach accessories including beach blankets, floaties and more.
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What's Included

  • $1 Off Mini Golf
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Sturgeon River Ranch
It’s about genuine experiences and authentic horseback riding when you meet John Prosak and his dedicated team of horse lovers at Sturgeon River Ranch, bordering the “wild west” side of Prince Albert National Park. The ranch has been hosting guests since 2007 and has been featured Internationally and Nationally in the media as a true and unmissable authentic Canadian experience to add to your bucket list. Sturgeon River Ranch has riding packages and options for everyone!
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What's Included

  • Book Any Overnight Package And Redeem A Fun Perk
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Sundogs Excursions
Sundogs will take you dogsledding in the boreal forest of Saskatchewan, Canada. Silently running through a boreal forest wintertime. Breath crystallizing into aurora crescendos, An ancient rhythm surfaces. Long may you run...

What's Included

  • Gift Card
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The Resort At Cypress Hills
Nestled in the natural beauty of the Cypress Hills, The Resort is a unique destination for any occasion. Specializing in weddings, corporate events, retreats, adventure and family fun, The Resort offers something for everyone. Choose a cabin, townhouse, king or queen hotel rooms for your stay. The Resort also features Ivan's Restaurant, The Pines Lounge, gym and studio space, gift shop, seasonal equipment rentals and various fire-pit and picnic areas. The perfect spot for your getaway anytime of the year.
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What's Included

  • 15% Off Breakfast Or Lunch At Ivan's Restaurant
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Triple S Concession
We are a family run business, located at the main beach. We will be open 7 days a week and even though our hours might say closing at 6 or 7 if the traffic is around we will stay open so drop down and say hello.
*Look for our signs for hours of operation.*

What's Included

  • 10% Off On Meals $20 Or More
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Wild Waves Waterpark
Wild Waves Waterpark is a floating water park aimed towards people aged 5 and up. We will provide a fun, safe, and physical activity to the people of Rowan’s Ravine Provincial Park. With our water park allowing lots of opportunity for everyone to get a chance to play.
Our Park offers:
· 5 foot small blob
· 9 foot big blob
· 10 foot tower with slide and cliff
· 10 foot teeter totter
· Multiple obstacles including- hurdles, balancing beams, ladder runs, column wall and more
· Trampoline

Safety is our top priority. Wild Waves Waterpark is supervised by certified life guards. Life jackets are supplied.
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What's Included

  • $5 Off