Use Our Parks as a Teaching Tool

Are you interested in bringing a school or group to one of our provincial parks and learning while you visit? Our knowledgeable park interpreters are available throughout the spring to provide educational programs and outdoor experiences. Fall and winter programming is available at select parks by request.

For information related to program availability, self-guided experiences, and virtual programs and resources, contact us at outdoorclassroom@gov.sk.ca.

Parks offering an "Outdoor Classroom" Experience - See Park Education Packages

Blackstrap Provincial Park
Buffalo Pound Provincial Park
Candle Lake Provincial Park
Cannington Manor Provincial Historic Park
Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park
Douglas Provincial Park
Duck Mountain Provincial Park

Echo Valley Provincial Park
Fort Carlton Provincial Park
Good Spirit Lake Provincial Park
Great Blue Heron Provincial Park
Greenwater Lake Provincial Park
Lac La Ronge Provincial Park
Makwa Lake Provincial Park

Meadow Lake Provincial Park
Moose Mountain Provincial Park
Narrow Hills Provincial Park
Pike Lake Provincial Park
Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park
Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park
Wood Mountain Post Provincial Historic Park

Classroom Resources for Teachers

These resources were created for teachers by our Sask Parks’ team to inspire learning. Bring the joy of nature exploration to the classroom by showing your students the outdoor experience our parks have to offer.

 

Science

 

Physical Education & Wellness

 
 

Looking for More Resources?

Our team is working hard to develop more programs for you to utilize in your classroom, so check back regularly.

Overnight Camping for School & Youth Groups

Group sites are available - contact individual parks

  • For dates outside summer months: Free
  • Summer months: depends on size and location
  • See Education Packages (above) for more details

Exploring on Your Own 

Our parks have a variety of self-use opportunities for exploring and learning on your own. Most parks offer brochures, describing the park's significant history, environment and features. Many parks have more interactive products such as self-use trails, visitor centre displays, interpretive signage and discovery packs filled with activities and information to help make learning fun!