Visit the bison herd! Winter is a great time to observe the bison and take a few photos, just a 4.5 km drive from Lower Chalet Campground.
Do you like curling? What about Crokinole? Then we have you covered with Crokicurl! You can try your hand at this winter sport every weekend by the Rec Hall. Offered during park operating hours on a first-come, first-served basis.
Have some fun this winter by renting an E-Bike at participating parks. This is an awesome way to experience our winter trails.
Our parks offer fun programming and activities all winter. Check out the section below to learn all about the guided programs offered in each park.
A perfect way to take in our parks this winter is with a relaxing hike through the snow-covered landscape. Don't forget to pack a lunch or snack for that perfect winter picnic in the park.
Grab your skates and lace up! We have room for everyone, from beginners to Olympians.
Please bring your own skates.
Bring your gear and try your luck ice-fishing! Ice thickness can vary day to day and location to location.
Fishing licenses are required for Saskatchewan residents aged 16-64.
Purchase yours online or at the park Administration Office.
Looking for more ideas? Pick up a winter Park Activity Kit (PAK) from the Park Office.
These PAKs are filled with activity ideas to inspire outdoor play and education. Available during office hours.
We have a-MAZE-ing news! Duck Mountain's snow maze is coming soon in the Fern Campground. So, grab your friends and family and get lost in a winter wonderland!
Our Activity Booklets are full of fun and engaging winter-themed activities that ignite joy during the chilly season. Available at Park Office.
Camping in the snow is another great way to experience our parks.
From November 1 until March 15, a total of five parks will be offering online reservable campsites. All sites will be closed on December 24 and 25.
Spend your next vacation in a Saskatchewan Provincial Park. While camping has always been a popular activity in our parks, there are other ways to experience a getaway in the great outdoors.
Camp-Easy is exactly what you need for that perfect getaway with minimal effort and preparation. You can enjoy the experience of tenting with the advantage of being warmer, drier while you're up off the ground. The Camp-Easy tent and covered outdoor space will keep you protected from the elements during your stay.
Two of our parks are offering resort accommodations this winter.
These privately run resorts are a great way to explore the parks while experiencing nature in comfort. Many resorts offer restaurants, lounges, activities and equipment rentals.
Our parks are magical places to visit year-round with many activities scheduled for the entire family. From fun themed days and treasure quests in the summer months to snowshoeing, cross-country skiing throughout the winter months, there is something waiting for everyone at Saskatchewan Provincial Parks.
Sask Parks eGift cards are the perfect stocking stuffer this holiday season. eGift cards may be redeemed towards a variety of services available online, including camping stays, Park Entry Permits and services operated by Sask Parks.
Buy one today by visiting the link below.