Escape the City

Highlights: Sandy beach, horseback riding and golf 

Great for: Families, Relaxing and Picnicking

Moose Mountain Daytrip

Morning

  • Hike Birch Forest Trail (1.8 km), a scenic trail good for all skill levels, or play the links at the beautiful Golf Kenosee.
  • Try out a guided horseback ride through the forest, along the shores of Little Kenosee Lake at the Kenosee Lake Riding Academy.
  • Come see us at the Visitor Centre and rent a Discovery Pack to help you explore the nature in the park, or try out Geocaching
  • Bring a lunch and enjoy a picnic at one of our day-use sites. 

Afternoon

  • Win a prize by completing our scavenger hunt, available at the Visitor Centre.  
  • Head to the beach for a swim, build sandcastles or just enjoy the sun.
  • When the sun gets too warm, head to Allison’s for some ice cream!
  • Squeeze in a round of Mini golf at The Masters.
  • Stop in for supper at the Kenosee Inn & Cabins.
  • Enjoy the calm evening water on a kayak, canoe, or paddle board that you can rent from the campground office.
  • Meet the Interpreters at Site 7 in Fish Creek campground to end the day with an Evening Embers program!

Explore Nearby

Cannington Manor Provincial Historic Park

  • Arrive at the Visitor Centre and start the photo scavenger hunt for a draw entry (hint: make sure you stop at all the houses)
  • Learn to make rope at the Bachelor Cabin, cut wood with a buck saw and play some cards
  • Bring your lunch and enjoy the picnic area
  • Visit the Carpenter’s House and sit down for an English Tea, then learn to wash laundry (without a machine!)
  • Walk through the graveyard and try to identify Captain Edward Pierce and one unmarked grave. 
  • Check out the only existing original building, the church.
  • At the Maltby House, you can play a game of croquet and/or tennis and drop off your completed scavenger hunt.
  • At the end of your day, head back to Moose Mountain Provincial Park for some ice cream at Allison’s!

Where we are

Getting to Moose Mountain Provincial Park

  • We are just over 2 hours South East of Regina with a few different route options
    • Travel east on #1 highway, then heading south on #9 at Whitewood, or
    • West on highway #48 then south on #9 at Kennedy, or
    • South east on #33 to Stoughton, then follow the #13 to Carlyle, then north on #9

Report to the Entry Gate for your Vehicle Entry Permit: $10 (daily) / $75 (season)
Once you are here, find the office for trail maps, events calendars and more.

Find out more about Moose Mountain Provincial Park

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