Douglas Provincial Park

What to do while you are here

Located on Lake Diefenbaker, Douglas Provincial Park offers a wide variety of recreational opportunities and access to miles of unspoiled sandy beaches.

Water Recreation

Douglas offers kilometres of beautiful, sandy beaches and sparkling water to swim in. Relax on the main beach adjacent to the store, or go for a stroll to find a secluded spot to call your own. 

Lake Diefenbaker is one of the most popular angling bodies of water in Saskatchewan, with some of the best game fish in the province. The lake is home to 10 species of game fish, including walleye, northern pike, rainbow trout, sauger, burbot, lake trout, yellow perch, Atlantic salmon, lake whitefish and goldeye. Lake Diefenbaker is among the top walleye lakes in North America. 


Trans Canada Trail

The portion of the Trans Canada Trail that passes through Douglas Provincial Park features panoramic views of Lake Diefenbaker and access to beautiful beaches. Bicycles are permitted on the Trans Canada Trail, and some sections are quite challenging.

Juniper Nature Trail

An interesting 2.5 km walk through native prairie and sand dunes. As you walk, you will be able to see the way the elements have sculpted the landscape throughout the years.

Cacti Trail

For the truly adventurous, the Cacti Trail will lead you to the large and active sand dunes that Douglas is known for. A desert in the middle of the prairie, these active sand dunes are an amazing sight.

Other Amenities

Douglas Provincial Park offers a store onsite and nearby communities have a variety of amenities. Visit our What's Nearby page for more details.

Dated: Jan 12, 2018