Escape the City

Highlights: Sandy beach, swimming pool and mini golf 
Great for: Families, relaxing and picnicking

Pike Lake Day tripMorning

  • Head to the Visitor Reception Centre down the road from the entry gate and grab a map. You can also pick up a Day-use Discovery Kit to help you enjoy your nature exploration.
  • Before the sun gets too hot, head out on one of our trails through aspen forest, natural wetlands and the inactive sand dunes.
  • Bring your cash to The Huddle for a burger or poutine or enjoy a picnic at Pine Point.
  • The observation deck has great views of Pike Lake, and if you look carefully, you can see a variety of aquatic creatures. 
  • Did you get your Day-use Discovery Kit? It will help you explore using nets and aquariums to view these aquatic creatures. 
  • Take the Lakeside Promenade trail (a short 800m walk along the beach), and enjoy some fun and sun.


  • Cool off in the pool, take a few runs down the waterslide or just enjoy the pool deck! 
    • Weekdays: 12:30 pm - 8 pm | Weekends: 10 am - 8 pm
  • The well-shaded Pike Lake Minigolf course is a great place to spend a hot afternoon with 18-holes of fun. Located in the main parking lot, across from the Nature Centre.
  • The Nature Centre is where you will find our park interpreters hard at work! While you are there, check out the program calendar for everything happening in the park, or wander into the museum to learn about our local wildlife, plants and ecosystems.
  • Before you head home for supper, make your way back to the pool (your daily admission is good all day!), the beach or check out the tennis and pickleball courts in the north end of the park. Pickleball equipment is available to borrow at the Visitor Reception Centre.
  • Plan a BBQ dinner in Shady Lane Picnic area – there are ample day-use sites with barbeques and picnic tables for you to use free of charge! Remember to bring charcoal briquettes to make your fire, firewood is not permitted in this area. Briquettes can also be purchased at The Huddle.
  • Not ready to leave? You can book a cabin for an overnight stay at Night Owl Camping Cabins, located directly within the campground.

Where we are

Getting to Pike Lake Provincial Park

  • From Saskatoon, take the scenic route down Valley Road. You can stop at The Berry Barn for freshly made waffles topped with delicious Saskatoon berries as you take in the views of the South Saskatchewan River. Arrive at Pike Lake Provincial Park on Highway #60 (turn South off of Valley Road).

Report to the Entry Gate for your Vehicle Entry Permit: $10 (daily) / $75 (season)
Once you are here, find the office for trail maps, events calendars and more. 

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