Most Romantic Fall Getaways in Saskatchewan Provincial Parks

August 29, 2023

Saskatchewan's provincial parks are a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and the perfect spot for romantic getaways. From tranquil lakeshores to breathtaking views, our parks offer intimate settings for couples to create lasting memories just in time for the leaves to change colour. Explore this guide to discover some of the most enchanting spots within our parks.

Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park is renowned for its distinctive lodgepole pines and breathtaking vistas. Located in the southwest corner of the province, this provincial park provides an ideal retreat from urban centers.

There are many ways to stay:

  • Do you love adventure and being fully immersed in nature? Grab your tent or RV and try camping (with full services available throughout September and partial services in October).
  • Our Camp-Easy sites make it easy to camp with convenient yurts that provide beds and many amenities.
  • Looking for a no-prep experience, The Resort at Cypress Hills is for you. It offers townhouses, cabins, and a hotel.

Once settled, spend time exploring the park. It's designated as one of Canada's Dark Sky Preserves. The perfect spot for stargazing with your loved one.

Rise with the sun in the morning and spend it hiking amidst the lush forests and rolling hills. Campers can also hike or drive up to Lookout Point. This spot gives you an awe-inspiring panoramic view not to miss.

Or spend the day soaring through the treetops while taking in the beautiful nature views along the way with Treeosix Adventure Park. This in-park business offers ziplining, rock climbing, e-bike rentals, and more. Check out their website to check availability and operating hours.

Campers also have the option to spend time in Maple Creek located just 20 minutes outside of the park. Spend a couple hours in stores, restaurants, and more before making your way back to the park.

Finish the day with dinner at The Resort at Cypress Hills restaurant or Lakeview Grill (until September 9).

Don't forget to the visit the pool, hot tub and dry sauna (until mid-September) before heading back to bed after a long day.

So much to see and do - Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park is the perfect place for a quick getaway.

Meadow Lake Provincial Park

For the adventurous couple, Meadow Lake Provincial Park provides experiences off the beaten path.

Discover the joy of paddling together on Greig Lake or pack your hiking boots and explore the Boreal Trail. Spanning 135 kilometres, the Boreal Trail is the only year-round destination backpacking trail in the Saskatchewan Provincial Park system. The Trail offers day hiking or multi-day trips, backcountry camping and a variety of start and end points.

Whether you and your partner go all-in with backcountry camping or want to stay in one of the nightly electric sites, there are tons of campsite options in Meadow Lake.

  • Don't want to camp? That's okay, Lake Time Rentals offers RV camper rentals and all-season cabins open year-round.
  • Another option found near the Boreal Trail is Flotten Lake Adventures Resort, which provides a cozy stay during chilly nights with cabin, RV and tent rentals. Make it the full package and add on kayaks, canoes, BBQ dinner, and transportation.
  • Waters Edge Eco Lodge is an all-season, luxurious eight-bedroom lakeside eco lodge with three cottages, an indoor events room, and unique outdoor events rental venue, located on Greig Lake. Offering accommodation for rejuvenation, adventure, exploration, and enjoyment set in nature's beauty in Meadow Lake Provincial Park.
  • Looking for more ways to stay? Check out our Meadow Lake stay page

To learn more about what to do this fall in Sask Parks, visit our fall page.

Good Spirit Lake Provincial Park

For couples who prefer beach life, try Good Spirit Lake Provincial Park. This beautiful park is nestled 30 minutes outside of Yorkton on the east side of the province and is known for its sandy beaches.

Introducing a new addition this year: palapas dotting the shoreline. Start your day by pouring a cup of coffee and taking a leisurely stroll to the beach. Enjoy the soothing sight of waves rolling in beneath the comforting shade of the grass roofed palapas.

Kick your shoes off and walk along the shores near the sand dunes. Not far along the shore you'll find a catwalk to take you to Lookout Point for a perfect view of the lake.

Stay at one of our Camp-Easy sites or book one of the new Mistik Lodge cottages located near the water's edge.

Share a campfire-cooked meal while listening to the soothing sounds of the water.

Spend the next day hiking the Trans Canada Trail amongst trees. In the fall, the colours and smells will create the perfect experience to calm your mind with your partner. Keep your eyes open to spot wildlife such as moose and deer as they make themselves known in the quiet season.

Don't forget to try disc golfing and take each other on in a friendly competition.

Duck Mountain Provincial Park

Duck Mountain Provincial Park is loved for its rolling hills, well-stocked lakes and boreal forest setting.

Accommodations range from wilderness camping to electric campsites and two Camp-Easy yurts to a lodge with modern cabins and townhouses from Madge Lake Developments.

Bike a section of the Trans Canada Trail or try a self-guided or interpretive trail. Couples can also check out the nearby National Doukhobor Heritage Village site at Veregin.

For more activities there are disc golf and fishing (if you don't have a boat stop at Madge Lake Developments) or take each other one in a one-on-one golf showdown at Madge Lake Golf Resort.

Stop in at The Grill located at the Resort for nice meal in Duck Mountain Provincial Park.

Saskatchewan's provincial parks provide a canvas for couples to paint their own romantic stories. Whether you're into adventurous escapades or more calm moments, these parks offer an array of intimate experiences. Take a moment to embrace the beauty of nature and each other as you explore these romantic spots.

To learn more about Sask Parks this fall, visit our fall page.