Hit the Beach - Good Spirit Provincial Park
Experience what Maclean’s Magazine says is one of the “Top 10 Beaches in Canada.” Good Spirit Lake offers beautiful sandy beaches, with warm shallow water and weed-free lake beds that provide excellent swimming for children.
Mountain Bike - Buffalo Pound Provincial Park
Over 30 km of maintained mountain biking trails follow the natural contours of the valley in Buffalo Pound Provincial Park. Trails range from gently rolling scenic rides for the whole family to technical trails with challenging climbs and descents for the serious enthusiast.
Hike - Meadow Lake Provincial Park
Spanning an epic 120 km, the Boreal Trail is the only destination backpacking trail in the Saskatchewan Provincial Park system. It is adaptable to all types of adventure: multi-day trips, backcountry camping and has a variety of start and end points.
Canoe/Kayak - Lac La Ronge Provincial Park
Situated in the heart of the Churchill River system, just inside the rugged Canadian Shield, are more than 30 documented canoe routes. Paddlers are drawn to this region by its international reputation as a wilderness canoeing paradise.
Equestrian Camp - Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park
If you like exploring on horseback, check out the West Block of Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park. The area offers unparalleled views of the wilderness park. The hidden conglomerates, only accessible via trail in this block, are a must-see.
There are 35 provincial parks in Saskatchewan, each providing a wide range of outdoor experiences. To view a full list of parks and find out more about what they have to offer, visit www.saskparks.net.
Note: The Provincial Park reservation system began a staggered launch on March 2. For information about the reservation system and camping opportunities, go to http://www.saskparks.net/Reserve-a-Site.