Buffalo Pound Provincial Park
Located 20 minutes northeast of Moose Jaw, Buffalo Pound Provincial Park offers a balanced blend of nature and recreational opportunities no matter the season. Once used by First Nations to corral bison, the park maintains a herd in a paddock situated among the scenic rolling hills.
This park boasts excellent fishing, canoeing, a heated outdoor pool, and hammock camping in summer. While the winter months offer a toboggan hill, ice-fishing, and cross-country ski trails. No matter the season, visitors can take advantage of the diverse hiking and biking trails, as well as two disc golf courses, a beginner nine-hole disc golf course and a professional 18-hole disc golf course. Enjoy migrant waterfowl viewing at Nicolle Flats Interpretive Area and Marsh Boardwalk.
Don't forget to bring your lunch and spend time at the newly renovated Visitor Centre while enjoying the free wi-fi.
Good To Know
- Contact the park at least 48 hours prior to arrival to receive your access instructions for the yurt.
- Site will be cleared of snow for vehicle parking.
- Power is available.
- Water is not available.
- Portable toilets are available.
- Power: Yes
- Water: No
- Firewood: Firewood is available at the main entry gate from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
- Toilets: Portable toilets available.
- Site will be cleared of snow before arrival.
- Sites face the lake and are subject to strong winds.
- The following campground loops are open: Elmview, Lakeside