2022 Sask Parks Annual Park Entry Permits are valid until April 30, 2023.
Daily, Weekly and Annual Park Entry Permits can be purchased online or at the park upon arrival. See admin office or entry gate to purchase.
Daily and Weekly Park Entry Permits can be printed at home prior to arrival at the park.
Annual Park Entry Permits purchased online MUST be picked up at the park in person. They will NOT be mailed out to customers.
For more details on Sask Parks Annual Park Entry Permits please visit the link below.
Weekdays: 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Open Weekends 10 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Starting January 7th
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.
Strap on your skis and try out our cross-country ski trails located on the golf course. Trails are marked and will be groomed often. Please bring your own skis!
Have some fun this winter by renting an E-Bike at participating parks. This is an awesome way to experience our winter trails.
Did you know Pike Lake offers fun programming and activities? Even in winter! Join our Park Interpreters to participate in guided snowshoe hikes with a variety of themes at 1 and 3 p.m. See the "Guided Programs" section for more details and pre-registration info.
Lace up your skates! Pike Lake will be offering skating on the lake again this year, accessible from the main beach. From beginners to Olympians, everyone is welcome to skate the lake! Please bring your own skates.
Stop by the Visitor Centre and grab your Pike Lake Park Activity Kit (PAK)! Packed full of fun activities and challenges, our winter PAKs are designed to bring the joy of play to your family this winter.
Step into your snowshoes and onto the snow. Keep your eyes peeled for Pike Lake's famously friendly chickadees!
Snowshoe rentals will be available between January 3 and March 4, 2023. Rates are $5/day for youth (under 18) and $10/day for adults.
Inquire at the entry gate on weekends or the admin office on weekdays. A "Snowshoeing Basics" handout will be available for anyone who is new to the activity. Please call the park for more details (306-933-6966).
Escape the cold winter temperatures with a trip inside the Sauna.
Pick up your own Winter Fun Activity Booklet from the park administrative office to find fun activities for the whole family.
Pack a picnic and warm up with a hot chocolate or roast your own hotdog over the campfire.
With many great offerings available in parks this winter, why not make the most of it and spend a night or two camping in the park?
Those interested in winter camping can reserve campsites online!
By reserving your campsite online in advance, this will help us prepare for your visit and keep track of our campers for safety purposes.
To learn more about winter camping in Pike Lake Provincial Park, click the link below.
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.
Guided interpretive programming start January 7, 2022.
These programs are designed for all levels of experience in snowshoeing and hiking. Please wear warm and sturdy footwear.
Be sure to prepare for the weather - dress in layers and check the forecast for snow and wind.
Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, programs will be cancelled and an alternative program will be offered inside of the rec hall.