Blackstrap Provincial Park
Home to one of the rarest geographical formations in Canada, the Blackstrap Provincial Park takes its name after the manmade mountain that rises 45 metres above the surrounding prairies. A 35-minute drive south of Saskatoon, this park is the perfect place to enjoy a wide range of summer activities, including swimming, camping and fishing. With a boat launch on the lake's east side, Blackstrap's Lake is ideal for water activities such as water skiing, canoeing and windsurfing. A main beach with inviting sand and ample grass is perfect for games and sun tanning. For that perfect getaway with minimal effort and preparation, two Camp-Easy yurts are available for booking.