Winter in Echo Valley
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Park Information
A Park Entry Permit is Required

2022 Sask Parks Annual Park Entry Permits are valid until April 30, 2023.

Daily, Weekly and Annual Park Entry Permits can be purchased online or at the park upon arrival. See admin office or entry gate to purchase.

Daily and Weekly Park Entry Permits can be printed at home prior to arrival at the park.

Annual Park Entry Permits purchased online MUST be picked up at the park in person. They will NOT be mailed out to customers.

For more details on Sask Parks Annual Park Entry Permits please visit the link below.

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Visitor Centre

Weekdays: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Fridays: 8 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Saturday & Sunday: 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Phone: 306-332-3215

Phone: 306-332-3215
Directions to the Park
Skate the Park

Lace up your blades for a skate through Aspen campground along a winding trail then skate over to the fire to warm up.

The trail will be open all winter long while weather conditions last!

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Ninja Warrior Course

Located near the Visitor Centre, the Ninja Warrior course has many activities to keep the young and young at heart busy. The course features a 50' ninja slack line with challenging obstacles, a bouldering wall and a 100' zipline that provides quick access from the Visitor Centre to the obstacle course.

Tipi Warming Shelter

Stay toasty in the newly built Tipi Warming Shelter. This Ojibwe-style tipi is 20' in diameter, with 300 square feet of floor space and is 16' tall.

Cross-country Skiing

Bring your cross-country skis and glide peacefully through the forest on set tracks or skate ski.

Approximately 10 km of groomed trails will be available with directional signage, plus 3.5 km of dog-friendly trails and two warmup shelters. Get a trail map from the Visitor Centre, then make your way to the Little Mclean campgrounds to find the trail heads.

Dog Park

Don't forget to bring your furry friend with you on your winter getaway. Echo Valley features the perfect space to let them run free and play in the snow this winter. The Dog Park is located in Morning View Campground.

Guided Programs

Did you know Echo Valley offers fun programming and activities? Even in winter! Between January 1 and March 6, 2023, join our Park Interpreters every Friday at 7 p.m. for an Illuminated Snowshoe Stroll and every Saturday at 2 p.m. for a Scenic Snowshoe Safar. Programs will begin at the Visitor Centre.


Explore our park this winter with a beautiful hike through the wilderness. Pickup a winter hiking map from the Visitor Centre.


Access to Pasqua Lake is available for ice-fishing at the Pasqua Lake boat launch. Bring your gear and try your luck! Fishing licenses are required for Saskatchewan residents aged 16-64. Purchase yours online or at the Visitor Centre.

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Echo Valley offers of an abundance of hiking trails, so pack your snowshoes and a warm pair of boots and hike with ease.

Snowshoes are available to rent from the Visitor Centre ($5/day for youth under 18 and $10/day for adults); pick-up a trail map while you're there!

Winter Fun in Sask Parks, Park Activity Book

Pick up your own Winter Fun Activity Booklet from the Visitor Centre to find fun activities for the whole family.

Food Options
Picnic Options

Pack a picnic and warm up with a hot chocolate or roast your own hotdog over the campfire at the Visitor Centre.

Stay With Us
Winter Camping

With many great offerings available in parks this winter, why not make the most of it and spend a night or two camping in the park?

Those interested in winter camping can reserve campsites online!

By reserving your campsite online in advance, this will help us prepare for your visit and keep track of our campers for safety purposes.

To learn more about winter camping in Echo Valley Provincial Park, click the link below.

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Camp-Easy is exactly what you need for that perfect getaway with minimal effort and preparation. You can enjoy the experience of tenting with the advantage of being warmer and drier while you're up off the ground. The Camp-Easy tent and covered outdoor space will keep you protected from the elements during your stay.

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Events & Programs

Guided Programs are available starting January 6, 2022

These programs are designed for all levels of experience in snowshoeing and hiking. Please wear warm and sturdy footwear.

Be sure to prepare for the weather - dress in layers and check the forecast for snow and wind.

Please note: If temperatures in the program location are forecasted at or below -26°C (with the wind chill), programs will be cancelled. Cancellations will be made 24 hours in advance, and all pre-registrants will be notified.