As of
JUL 22
Echo Valley Provincial Park

Lakeview Service Center has been decommissioned. A temporary washroom facility has been set up for the rest of the 2014 camping season.

JUL 15
Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park

Ministry of Health has lifted a public advisory regarding high levels of bacteria in Last Mountain Lake

JUL 14
Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park

Marina Road has re-opened, Drive with caution as repairs are not fully completed. 

JUL 11
Danielson Provincial Park

Coldwell Recreation Site is now open for the 2014 camping season.

JUL 10
Buffalo Pound Provincial Park

Swimming pool is open for the summer.

JUL 10
Buffalo Pound Provincial Park

Highway #202 is closed due to flooding. Please take Highway #301 to access the park.

Road to bison is open.  Use with caution.

JUL 10
Buffalo Pound Provincial Park

The road to the bison range and the Nicolle Flats Area has been fixed and is now open. Caution: It is a dirt road and travel is not recomended when road is wet. Please use your discretion.

Echo Valley Provincial Park

Residents urged to use caution around flood-affected lakes

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This has been a fantastic Saskatchewan Parks Week and we'll cap the whole thing off tomorrow with Canada's Parks Day!
There are a ton of fun events planned for today, tomorrow and Sunday, so get out to your nearest park and enjoy all they have to offer!
Pike Lake Provincial Park, for instance, has a Sand Castle contest today at 2pm, a Talent Show tonight at 8pm, Amazing Race tomorrow morning and Pond Dipping, Geocaching and Trivia on Sunday.
All of our parks have something special to offer, so check out for more information.
Whether you're going for the whole weekend, or just for the day, there is something for everyone!
Friday, July 18, 2014

Have you seen this list of incredible places in Canada?
Not only does a Saskatchewan feature make the list, but it's one that can be enjoyed from every single one of our provincial parks! Can you guess what it is?
Thursday, July 17, 2014

We are so appreciative of the Ministry of Highways and all of their hard work!
Wednesday, July 16, 2014

We are having an issue with our website and it is currently down. We apologize for any inconvenience and we're working as quickly as we can to resolve the issue.
In the meantime, we're still easily accessible and happy to help!
- Our reservation website is not affected by this outage. You can still make, change or cancel reservations at:
- Our lovely staff would be delighted to help you out with any questions or concerns you may have. You can give us a call at 1-800-205-7070 and choose option 2.
- If you prefer to communicate electronically, you can send us an email at
- If you have questions about a specific park, you can find their contact information here:
- And, of course, we'll be available by Facebook throughout the day.
Thanks for your patience!
Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Be Bear Aware!
Check out these great tips for keeping your campsite safe and follow this link for more information from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment on how to stay safe in bear country.
Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Hey Lisa, just in case you missed it - The Ministry of Health lifted the advisory for Echo Lake this afternoon. Have fun in the water!
Monday, July 14, 2014

We are so delighted to be partnering with Canoe Kayak Saskatchewan!
During July and August, Canoe Kayak Saskatchewan will be bringing an exciting program out to a few of the provincial parks! There will be a fun, family-oriented activity, as well as skill-based mini camps for youth between the ages of 11 and 16.
Join Canoe Kayak Saskatchewan for a great event at one of these parks:
- Duck Mountain Provincial Park: July 18 & 19
- Lac La Ronge Provincial Park: August 1-3
- The Battlefords Provincial Park: August 8 & 9
- Moose Mountain Provincial Park: August 15 & 16
Monday, July 14, 2014

Check out The Saskatchewanderer's new video and then head to Meadow Lake Provincial Park and explore the trail for yourself!
Monday, July 14, 2014

Saskatchewan's Provincial Parks feature some of the best fishing in the province! Grab your gear and see what you can catch!
Please keep in mind that there are some restrictions and advisories in effect for some of the lakes in the southeast corner of the province. Please make sure to be respectful of the damage control efforts in the areas that experienced flooding and follow any posted signage.
Friday, July 11, 2014