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Moose Mountain Provincial Park

Moose Mountain Provincial Park - Chalet
ATV TrailBeachCycling TrailsBoat LaunchFood Service / RestaurantDrinking WaterFishing
GolfingHiking TrailsRiding HorsesLaundryLimited Wheelchair AccessMajor Credit Card(s)Conference Rooms
High Speed InternetPets PermittedPlaygroundShowerCross-country Ski TrailsSnowmobile TrailsCampground
Modern Washrooms

23km N of Carlyle or 1/2 hour S of the Trans-Canada Hwy 1 at Whitewood on Hwy 9.

40,060 hectares. Natural Environment. This is one of Saskatchewan's first provincial parks. Poplar and birch trees and a hilly topography provide ideal conditions for camping, hiking, swimming, boating, golf, tennis and daily programs for park visitors. The visitor centre, open daily from 10am - 6pm during Jul and Aug, is a stately stone chalet surrounded by flower gardens and affording a scenic lake view. Look for the "Moose Review" on our website for the official schedule of activities and ... Read more


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Box 220
KENOSEE LAKE, SK  S0C 2S0

Tel: (306) 577-2611 /(306) 577-2600 / 1(855) 737-7275 (Reserve-a-site)
Toll Free: 1(800) 205-7070
Email: moosemountain@gov.sk.ca
Website: www.saskparks.net

Kenosee Superslides, accommodation rental available from Kenosee Inn Resort Hotel (hotel, cabins, condominiums) conveniently located near the main beach, Golf Kenosee 18-hole golf course.

Open Year Round

Debit card accepted
Major credit cards accepted
Entry fees apply
Seasonal camping rates
Free firewood
Self-registration
Reservations accepted
SK Parks Reserve-a-Site Participant
Entry fee daily: $7.00
Entry fee 3-days: $17.00
Entry fee weekly: $25.00
Entry fee annual: $50.00
Range - Elec/Wtr/Swr: $35.00
Range - Elec: $27.00
Range - N/Elec: $17.00
Rate details: Reduced camping rates during shoulder season.
Hours of operation: Full services May 15 to Oct 13, 2014. All sites first come, first serve after Aug 14, please call for availability.

Picnic tables
Firepit
Non-electric sites
Electric sites
Full hook-up sites
Tenting sites
30 amp service
Group camping
Number of non-electric sites: 134
Number of electric only sites: 200
Number of full hook-up sites: 11

Limited wheelchair access
Barrier-free campsites
Barrier-free washroom/shower
Pet-friendly
Firewood available
Drinking water
Dumping station
Modern washroom
Shower
Laundromat/Service
Telephone access
Free high-speed internet
Food service
Concession/fast food
Groceries/supplies
Ice
Automated banking machine
Auto fuel
Propane fuel
Propane tank refill
Fish cleaning facility
Picnic shelter
Winter camping
Accommodation
Security/Attendant

Canoeing
Sailing
Boating
Boat launch
Fishing
Canoe rental
Golfing
Cycling trails
Horseback riding trails
Birding/Wildlife viewing
Nature trails (interpreted)
Hiking trails
ATV trails
Geocaching
Beach
Waterslide
Campground/RV park
Picnic area
Playground
Miniature golf
Special children's activities
Indoor recreation facilities
Interpretive program
Museum
Conference facilities
Cross-country ski trails
Snowmobile trails
Provincial Historic Park

Information in this listing is subject to change at any time. Please contact the operator to verify that information is accurate.
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