Biking

The rolling hills, valleys and tall forests in our provincial parks make for some excellent biking adventures! Whether you're looking for an easy bike path to experience with the whole family or an exhilarating mountain bike trail, Sask Parks is guaranteed to have what you're looking for!

The Trails 

Mountain Bike Trails

Sask Parks are home to many adrenaline pumping bike trails, perfect for the more advanced riders. To access maps, photos, and reviews generated by outdoor enthusiasts like yourself, download the free Trail Forks app.

Provincial Park / Rec Site Region
Lac La Ronge Northern
Meadow Lake Northern 
Narrow Hills Northern
The Battlefords Northern
Blackstrap Central
Buffalo Pound Southern
Cypress Hills Southern
Danielson Southern
Moose Mountain Southern
Wascana Valley Nature
Recreation Site
 
Southern
Leisure Bike Paths

Not quite ready to tackle the mountain bike trails? Sask Parks have many family-friendly bike paths available too, ideal for all ages and skill levels. 
Family-friendly bike paths are available in the following Provincial Parks and Recreation Sites: 

Provincial Park / Rec Site Region
Great Blue Heron Northern 
Lac La Ronge
Northern
Narrow Hills Northern
The Battlefords Northern
Blackstrap Central
Duck Mountain Central
Good Spirit Lake Central
Greenwater Lake Central
Buffalo Pound Southern
Cypress Hills Southern
Danielson Southern
Moose Mountain Southern
Saskatchewan Landing Southern
White Butte Trails
Recreation Site
Southern

What are the prices?

Park entry (Park Entry Permit) is required year round and is charged on a per vehicle basis and must be paid for and displayed in order to access any Saskatchewan Provincial Park. A Park Permit purchased at one Saskatchewan Provincial Park is valid at all Saskatchewan Provincial Parks.
One Day Park Entry Permit
Fee Conditions Availability 

$10 

  • Valid from time of arrival to 2 pm the following day.
  • Not transferable between vehicles.
  • At any park entry gate
  • Online when reservation is made
  • Through the call centre
  • Permit will be printed upon check-in at the park
Weekly Park Entry Permit
Fee Conditions Availability 

$40 

  • Valid from time of arrival until 2 p.m. on the last day (7 days later).
    Example: Weekly pass purchased on July 1 is valid until July 8 at 2 pm.
  • Not transferable between vehicles.
  • At any park entry gate
Annual Park Entry Permit 
4 Season Parks Fee Conditions Availability 

$75 

  • May be transferred between vehicles.
  • Valid in any Saskatchewan Provincial Park
    from April 30 until April 30 of each year.
  • No refunds once issued.
  • Lost, stolen, or damaged passes will not be refunded or replaced.
  • At any park entry gate*
  • Online when reservations made 2 weeks before the day of arrival.
    • Permits are automatically mailed out to the mail address on file.
  • At CAA offices in Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan Seniors Park Entry Permit 
Fee Conditions Availability 

FREE

  • Age 65 or older, or turning 65 anytime during the current year.
  • Must provide valid Saskatchewan ID.

At any park entry gate

Need to know a bit more?

Biking - Know Before You Go

Etiquette and Safety

Sask Parks are home to diverse landscape, vegetation, animal life, and ecosystems. Protecting this diversity is part of what makes our provincial parks special and unique. Explore safely using the following guidelines:

  • Keep to designated trails. Diverting from the path to avoid mud and ruts can harm vegetation.\
  • Slow bike speed when approaching other trail users and blind spots.
  • Make other trail users aware of your presence by using a bell.
  • Choose a trail that fits your abilities.
  • Review bear and cougar safety information prior to your outdoor adventure.
  • Respect all wildlife you encounter. Stop and allow time for animals to leave the area before proceeding on the trail.
  • Abide by all Leave No Trace principles. Pack out what you pack in.
  • Be sure to wear a helmet and pack a spare tube, pump, multi-tool, water, food, and the ten outdoor essentials.
Additional Park Trail Activities  

Many park trail maps are also on the All Trails app

Important: Check with park staff for trail conditions, and notify park staff when planning back country hikes.

    Park
    Trail Activities
    Blackstrap Hiking or Walking Trails Mountain Biking Trails Cycling Trails Canoe Routes Snowshoe Trails Cross Country Ski Trails  
    Buffalo Pound Hiking or Walking Trails Mountain Biking Trails Canoe Routes Snowshoe Trails Interpretive
    Candle Lake Canoe Routes Snowmobile Trails Snowshoe Trails Cross Country Ski Trails  
    Chitek Lake Hiking or Walking Trails Back-country Trails Canoe Routes Snowmobile Trails  
    Clarence-Steepbank Lakes Hiking or Walking Trails Canoe Routes  
    Clearwater River Hiking or Walking Trails Back-country Trails Canoe Routes  
    Condie Hiking or Walking Trails Canoe Routes Snowshoe Trails  
    Cypress Hills Hiking or Walking Trails Cycling Trails Snowmobile Trails Snowshoe Trails Cross Country Ski Trails Interpretive
    Danielson Hiking or Walking Trails Canoe Routes  
    Douglas Hiking or Walking Trails Canoe Routes Interpretive
    Duck Mountain Hiking or Walking Trails Back-country Trails Canoe Routes Snowmobile Trails Snowshoe Trails Cross Country Ski Trails Interpretive
    Echo Valley Hiking or Walking Trails Canoe Routes Snowshoe Trails Cross Country Ski Trails  
    Good Spirit Lake Hiking or Walking Trails Canoe Routes Snowmobile Trails Snowshoe Trails Cross Country Ski Trails Interpretive
    Great Blue Heron Hiking or Walking Trails ATV Trails Canoe Routes Snowmobile Trails Snowshoe Trails Cross Country Ski Trails  
    Greenwater Lake Hiking or Walking Trails Cycling Trails Canoe Routes Snowmobile Trails Snowshoe Trails Cross Country Ski Trails  
    Lac La Ronge Hiking or Walking Trails Back-country Trails Canoe Routes Snowmobile Trails Snowshoe Trails Cross Country Ski Trails Interpretive
    Makwa Lake Hiking or Walking Trails Back-country Trails Canoe Routes Snowshoe Trails Cross Country Ski Trails Interpretive
    Meadow Lake Hiking or Walking Trails Mountain Biking Trails Back-country Trails Canoe Routes Snowmobile Trails Snowshoe Trails Cross Country Ski Trails Interpretive
    Moose Mountain Hiking or Walking Trails Mountain Biking Trails Cycling Trails ATV Trails Canoe Routes Snowmobile Trails Snowshoe Trails Cross Country Ski Trails  Interpretive
    Narrow Hills Hiking or Walking Trails ATV Trails Canoe Routes Snowmobile Trails Snowshoe Trails Cross Country Ski Trails Interpretive
    Pike Lake Hiking or Walking Trails Canoe Routes Snowshoe Trails Cross Country Ski Trails Interpretive 
    Saskatchewan Landing Cycling Trails Canoe Routes Snowshoe Trails Interpretive
    The Battlefords Hiking or Walking Trails Cycling Trails Canoe Routes Snowshoe Trails Interpretive
    Wascana Trails Hiking or Walking Trails Mountain Biking Trails Snowshoe Trails  
    White Butte Trails Hiking or Walking Trails Cross Country Ski Trails  
    Green indicates overnight trip opportunities. (updated May 13, 2020)