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Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park Trails

Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park Trails
Cycling TrailsHiking TrailsRiding Horses

Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park, 50km N of Swift Current on Hwy 4.

Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park features several challenging hiking trails, beginner and intermediate level cycling roads, interesting canoe and kayak routes, and plenty of space for horseback riding adventures. Saskatchewan Landing is one of two provincial parks with services for equestrian trail users. Trails are not designated, but equestrian riders are welcome to explore kilometres of scenic rolling terrain on the south side of the river within the park boundary. A limited-service ... Read more

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Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park

Tel: (306) 375-5525

Park amenities include: boat launches, beach, marina, fishing, parking, washrooms, showers, change rooms, picnic sites, miniature golf, 18 hole golf course, geocaching, swimming, boating, windsurfing, fishing boat, kayak and pedal boat rentals, convenience store, campgrounds, equestrian campground, accommodations, restaurants.

Length: Over 7km
Difficulty: Beginner to advanced
Surface: Natural terrain, roadways
Environment: Mixed Grassland Ecoregion - steep hills, razorback ridges, wooded ravines and native prairie
Trailhead GPS: Prairie Vista: 50.6452N, - 107.9960W; Ridges and Ravines: 50.6750N, - 107.9539W; Rings, Ruts, and Remnants: 50.6502N, -107.9532W.

Horseback riding trails

Entry fees apply
Parking at trailhead
Interpretive signs at trailhead
Interpretive signs enroute
Self-guided nature trail
Camping near trailhead

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