Parks are going to be a bit different this summer - but we will do our best to give you and your friends and family the most fun that summer can offer while staying safe.
ALERT: We are continuing to monitor the COVID-19 situation closely and will follow the advice of health officials and adjust our practices as needed. For a full list of changes implemented on June 26, 2020, please check out the ANNOUNCEMENT PAGE, this page is updated as new information becomes available.
Whether it's crafts, trivia or outdoor activities you're interested in, this webpage has you covered! New activities will be added weekly.
Follow our Sask Parks Facebook page for immediate updates as activities are added! Followers can expect daily programming at 10:00 a.m. from Monday to Friday. We encourage everyone to stay connected and have fun (from home) with various park-type activities.
Canoe / Kayak
With hundreds of lakes located throughout Saskatchewan Parks, the opportunities for paddling adventures are endless. Whether you are looking to enjoy a relaxing afternoon spent canoeing, kayaking, or paddle-boarding, or are up for more of a challenge (say, a multi-day canoe trip?), we’ve got you covered!
See our Saskatchewan Provincial Parks Trails pages for a full listing of water routes.
To avid canoeists and kayakers, northern Saskatchewan ranks as one of the world’s greatest adventure destinations. The Churchill River crosses Saskatchewan north of the 55th parallel, with some of the most exhilarating whitewater around. Over 30 routes run through Lac La Ronge Provincial Park, many of which are part of multi-day routes.
Meadow Lake Provincial Park
Meadow Lake Fresh Air is your go-to site for paddling routes. Organized from west to east, choose your next paddling adventure based on the most outdoorsy adjectives we’ve seen in a long time!
Moose Mountain Provincial Park
These routes are recommended for novice paddlers and will take four to eight hours.
From fly fishing in Cypress Hills and Narrow Hills to catching world record rainbow trout at Lake Diefenbaker, to getting the big one in Meadow Lake, some of the best fishing takes place in Saskatchewan parks.
|See the Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan, Parks and Campground Guidelines as well as the Fishing and Hunting Update for COVID-19|
A fun, family-friendly outdoor pastime that is equal parts scavenger hunt, hike, outdoor adventure and gift exchange with a technological twist.
How to begin:
|Check the Geocaching site for the latest COVID-19 updates|
A Global Positioning System (GPS) device or a GPS-enabled mobile phone is required.**Due to the COVID-19 Saskatchewan Parks do not have GPS devices available to borrow at this time.
- Download - A Guide to Geocaching
- Create an account on the geocaching.com website and log in
- Caches are listed on the website
What you can find at each cache location:
- waterproof container
- a log book to sign
- a treasure (cache or geocoin)
Hiking and Back-country
Saskatchewan’s provincial parks are home to a multitude of trails and paths, from interpretive trails that tell of the historical and environmental significance of the area to accessible pathways that wind along the water’s edge. Take a hike on a back-country trail or gather the family for a relaxing walk to some of the province’s most scenic locations.
See our Saskatchewan Provincial Parks Trails pages for a full listing of trails and activities for hiking, biking, or riding.
- Many park trail maps are also on the All Trails app
- Check with park staff for trail conditions
- Notify park staff when planning back country hikes.
|Good Spirit Lake||Interpretive|
|Great Blue Heron|
|Lac La Ronge||Interpretive|
|White Butte Trails|
|Green indicates overnight trip opportunities. (updated May 13, 2020)|
Golf courses operating in (and near) Saskatchewan Provincial Parks
|See the Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan, Golf Course Guidelines for updates|