South - Danielson Provincial Park
Curiosity / Roadside Attraction, Industrial / Education
Tourism Saskatchewan
Spans a portion of Hwy 44, 20 km W of Loreburn or 20 km E of Macrorie. 100 km S of Saskatoon via Hwy 219.
Latitude: 51.27446° N,
Longitude: -106.8614° W
Drive across Gardiner Dam, the largest earth filled dam in Canada. The Gardiner Dam Interpretive Centre, located approximately 1 km south of the dam on Hwy 44 features visual interpretive displays on the dam, souvenirs, tourist information, food service and a not-to-be missed vintage film on the construction of the dam. Public beach, picnic facilities and camping at nearby Danielson and Douglas Provincial Parks. The grounds of the Coteau Creek Generating Station just below Gardiner Dam offer a great vantage point for spotting pelicans and Canada geese. Gardiner Dam is also a starting point for the Chief Whitecap Waterway Trans Canada Trail (The Great Trail) Canoe Route.
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Open May long weekend to Labour Day.

Visitor centre open daily 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Access

  • Country / Rural

Services

  • Tourist information available
  • Estimated viewing time (hours): 1

Amenities

  • Picnic area
  • Gift shop
  • Modern washroom

Activities

  • Birding / Wildlife viewing

Accessibility

  • Wheelchair access

Contact Info

Phone(s): 306-857-5500 (May to Sep) | 306-854-6266 (Winter) |
danielsonpark@gov.sk.ca

Open May long weekend to Labour Day.

Visitor centre open daily 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Spans a portion of Hwy 44, 20 km W of Loreburn or 20 km E of Macrorie. 100 km S of Saskatoon via Hwy 219.

Latitude: 51.27446° N, Longitude: -106.8614° W

South - Danielson Provincial Park

Drive across Gardiner Dam, the largest earth filled dam in Canada. The Gardiner Dam Interpretive Centre, located approximately 1 km south of the dam on Hwy 44 features visual interpretive displays on the dam, souvenirs, tourist information, food service and a not-to-be missed vintage film on the construction of the dam. Public beach, picnic facilities and camping at nearby Danielson and Douglas Provincial Parks. The grounds of the Coteau Creek Generating Station just below Gardiner Dam offer a great vantage point for spotting pelicans and Canada geese. Gardiner Dam is also a starting point for the Chief Whitecap Waterway Trans Canada Trail (The Great Trail) Canoe Route.

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Location Information

Spans a portion of Hwy 44, 20 km W of Loreburn or 20 km E of Macrorie. 100 km S of Saskatoon via Hwy 219.

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lat. 51.27446° N, long. -106.8614° W

Contact Info

Phone: 306-857-5500 (May to Sep) | 306-854-6266 (Winter) |
danielsonpark@gov.sk.ca