Winter is the perfect to enjoy Saskatchewan's diverse provincial parks. The parks offer exciting outdoor adventures including tobogganing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, fishing, ice fishing and cultural events.
Thirteen Saskatchewan Provincial Parks offer cross-country ski trails.Cypress Hills
- 11 marked trails - 27 km/12 km groomed.
- 5 km of trails
- five warm-up shelters
- Groomed for classic, skate skiing and 4 km of night skiing
- 12 km of groomed trails
- 2 warm-up shelters.
- 60 km of trails
- Groomed for classic and freestyle skiing
- Night skiing is possible on the park's 4 km of lighted trail.
A popular Saskatchewan winter activity, catching fish through an opening in the ice on one of our many provincial parks lakes (Make sure the ice is thick enough!)
Cypress Hills - Loch Leven & Cypress Lake
Echo Valley - Echo & Pasqua lakes
Buffalo Pound - On barrier-free trout pond
Rowan's Ravine - Hosts an annual ice fishing tournament
Saskatchewan Landing - Along the shores of Lake Diefenbaker
Eight provincial parks offer snowmobile trails within the park, with many other parks having trails adjacent to the park.
Check the Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association web site for conditions and maps.
Candle Lake - 38 km of groomed trails
Duck Mountain - 100 km of groomed trails
Good Spirit Lake - 3.6 km of groomed trails
Great Blue Heron - 15 km of groomed trails
Greenwater Lake - 100 km of groomed trails
Meadow Lake - 81 km of groomed trails
Moose Mountain - 93 km of groomed trails
Narrow Hills - 112 km of groomed trails
- Winter recreation complex
- groomed toboggan hill
- warm-up shelter with camp stoves
- snowshoe trails
- Outdoor skating rink
- toboggan hill and warm-up shelter
- Skating at The Resort at Cypress Hills – outdoor rink
- Toboggan hill and warm-up shelter