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Latitude: 49.66323° N, Longitude: -109.4971° W
South - Centre Block with full services is 27 km S of Maple Creek on Hwy 21.
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The first interprovincial park in Canada, the Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park offers something for every visitor. The towering hills, lush forest and fescue prairie provide breathtaking views. The park offers several campgrounds, including an equestrian campground in the rustic West Block wilderness area. In addition to front-country camping, the Centre Block of the park features exceptional amenities including a resort, swimming pool, hiking trails, ziplining and one of the largest Dark Sky Preserves in the world. Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park is the perfect year-round destination that the whole family can enjoy.

Camping available from May long weekend to Sep 23. Check road conditions before taking gap trail between West and Centre Blocks.

Certifications and Affiliations

  • Cypress Hills Destination Area member

Access

  • Backcountry
  • Lake / Resort
  • Wilderness

Services

  • Diesel fuel
  • Firewood - free
  • Gas station
  • Groceries / Supplies
  • Interpretive program
  • Laundry
  • Off-season camping
  • Propane tank refill
  • Swimming lessons
  • Winter camping

Amenities

  • 30 amp service
  • 50 amp service
  • Beach
  • Conference facilities
  • Drinking water
  • Electric and water sites
  • Electric sites
  • Firepit
  • Full hook-up sites
  • Group camping
  • Ice
  • Indoor recreation facilities
  • Modern washroom
  • Nature trails
  • Non-electric sites
  • Outdoor pool
  • Picnic area
  • Picnic shelter
  • Picnic tables
  • Playground
  • Primitive sites
  • Pull-through RV sites
  • Sauna
  • Sewage disposal
  • Shower
  • Tenting sites

Activities

  • Birding / Wildlife viewing
  • Boating
  • Camping
  • Canoeing
  • Children's activities
  • Cycling
  • Fishing
  • Geocaching
  • Golfing
  • Hiking
  • Horseback riding
  • Mini golf
  • Snowmobiling
  • Stargazing
  • Swimming
  • Ziplining

Food and Beverage

  • Concession / Fast food

Equipment Rentals

  • Canoe rental
  • Paddleboat rental

Accessibility

  • Barrier-free campsites
  • Barrier-free washroom/shower
  • Pet friendly
Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Jan 29, 2022

Winter is long in Saskatchewan; get outdoors and be active to help make winter fly by! Try challenging winter games, relay races, s(no)w bowling, learn winter survival skills, and more. There will be a campfire nearby to warm up during the hour. A new variety of family friendly, heart-pumping activities will be available to try out each week at our Winter Fun Basecamp, suitable for all ages. 


Saucer-style sleds are required for the luge track, and a helmet is recommended. Limited saucers will be available for use. 


Move it or Luge it will be offered as land based games until weather and snowfall allow for the luge track to open.  


Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, this program will be cancelled. 


Pre-register here for a Sask Parks winter interpretive program!


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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Jan 29, 2022

Wander around the Lodgepole pines of beautiful Cypress Hills on your snowshoes as an Interpreter guides you through the trails. Four different variations of hikes will keep you coming back to experience winter in the majestic Cypress Hills. 

This program is designed for all levels of experience in snowshoeing. Snowshoes will be provided, but please wear boots and dress appropriately. If there is not enough snow to utilize snowshoes, this program will be offered as a winter hike. 


Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, this program will be cancelled. 


Pre-register here for a Sask Parks winter interpretive program!


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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Jan 30, 2022

​From the helpful Barbegazi to the terrifying Ijiraq, winter monster myths exist wherever there is winter! ut...do these monsters really exist or is there secrets behind their creation? Join a park interpreter for this 60 to 90-minute walk on Ridge Run Trail and listen to fascinating onster myths from around the world's winters. We will also share winter preparedness tips and tricks. Snowshoes are avilable (free of charge) for this program, if desired. 

Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, this program will be cancelled. 


Pre-register here for a Sask Parks winter interpretive program!


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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Feb 04, 2022

Did you know that many Hollywood blockbuster films have their roots in legends, myths and creation stories whose tales are told across the night sky? Explore the evening skies and the blockbuster stories they hold around a warm campfire as a park interpreter guides you around the universe from the comfort of your chair 

Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, this program will be cancelled. 


Pre-register here for a Sask Parks winter interpretive program!


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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Feb 05, 2022

Winter is long in Saskatchewan; get outdoors and be active to help make winter fly by! Try challenging winter games, relay races, s(no)w bowling, learn winter survival skills, and more. There will be a campfire nearby to warm up during the hour. A new variety of family friendly, heart-pumping activities will be available to try out each week at our Winter Fun Basecamp, suitable for all ages. 

Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, this program will be cancelled. 


Pre-register here for a Sask Parks winter interpretive program!


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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Feb 05, 2022

Wander around the Lodgepole pines of beautiful Cypress Hills on your snowshoes as an Interpreter guides you through the trails. Four different variations of hikes will keep you coming back to experience winter in the majestic Cypress Hills. 

This program is designed for all levels of experience in snowshoeing. Snowshoes will be provided, but please wear boots and dress appropriately. If there is not enough snow to utilize snowshoes, this program will be offered as a winter hike. 


Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, this program will be cancelled. 


Pre-register here for a Sask Parks winter interpretive program!


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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Feb 06, 2022

From the helpful Barbegazi to the terrifying Ijiraq, winter monster myths exist wherever there is winter! ut...do these monsters really exist or is there secrets behind their creation? Join a park interpreter for this 60 to 90-minute walk on Ridge Run Trail and listen to fascinating onster myths from around the world's winters. We will also share winter preparedness tips and tricks. Snowshoes are avilable (free of charge) for this program, if desired. 

Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, this program will be cancelled. 


Pre-register here for a Sask Parks winter interpretive program!

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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Feb 11, 2022

Did you know that many Hollywood blockbuster films have their roots in legends, myths and creation stories whose tales are told across the night sky? Explore the evening skies and the blockbuster stories they hold around a warm campfire as a park interpreter guides you around the universe from the comfort of your chair 

Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, this program will be cancelled. 


Pre-register here for a Sask Parks winter interpretive program!” 


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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Feb 12, 2022

Winter is long in Saskatchewan; get outdoors and be active to help make winter fly by! Try challenging winter games, relay races, s(no)w bowling, learn winter survival skills, and more. There will be a campfire nearby to warm up during the hour. A new variety of family friendly, heart-pumping activities will be available to try out each week at our Winter Fun Basecamp, suitable for all ages. 


Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, this program will be cancelled. 


Pre-register here for a Sask Parks winter interpretive program!


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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Feb 12, 2022

Wander around the Lodgepole pines of beautiful Cypress Hills on your snowshoes as an Interpreter guides you through the trails. Four different variations of hikes will keep you coming back to experience winter in the majestic Cypress Hills. 

This program is designed for all levels of experience in snowshoeing. Snowshoes will be provided, but please wear boots and dress appropriately. If there is not enough snow to utilize snowshoes, this program will be offered as a winter hike. 


Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, this program will be cancelled. 


Pre-register here for a Sask Parks winter interpretive program!


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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Feb 13, 2022

From the helpful Barbegazi to the terrifying Ijiraq, winter monster myths exist wherever there is winter! ut...do these monsters really exist or is there secrets behind their creation? Join a park interpreter for this 60 to 90-minute walk on Ridge Run Trail and listen to fascinating onster myths from around the world's winters. We will also share winter preparedness tips and tricks. Snowshoes are avilable (free of charge) for this program, if desired. 

Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, this program will be cancelled. 


Pre-register here for a Sask Parks winter interpretive program!


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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Feb 18, 2022

Did you know that many Hollywood blockbuster films have their roots in legends, myths and creation stories whose tales are told across the night sky? Explore the evening skies and the blockbuster stories they hold around a warm campfire as a park interpreter guides you around the universe from the comfort of your chair 

Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, this program will be cancelled. 


Pre-register here for a Sask Parks winter interpretive program!


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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Feb 19, 2022

Winter is long in Saskatchewan; get outdoors and be active to help make winter fly by! Try challenging winter games, relay races, s(no)w bowling, learn winter survival skills, and more. There will be a campfire nearby to warm up during the hour. A new variety of family friendly, heart-pumping activities will be available to try out each week at our Winter Fun Basecamp, suitable for all ages. 


Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, this program will be cancelled. 


Pre-register here for a Sask Parks winter interpretive program!


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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Feb 19, 2022

Wander around the Lodgepole pines of beautiful Cypress Hills on your snowshoes as an Interpreter guides you through the trails. Four different variations of hikes will keep you coming back to experience winter in the majestic Cypress Hills. 

This program is designed for all levels of experience in snowshoeing. Snowshoes will be provided, but please wear boots and dress appropriately. If there is not enough snow to utilize snowshoes, this program will be offered as a winter hike. 


Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, this program will be cancelled. 


Pre-register here for a Sask Parks winter interpretive program!” 


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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Feb 20, 2022

From the helpful Barbegazi to the terrifying Ijiraq, winter monster myths exist wherever there is winter! ut...do these monsters really exist or is there secrets behind their creation? Join a park interpreter for this 60 to 90-minute walk on Ridge Run Trail and listen to fascinating onster myths from around the world's winters. We will also share winter preparedness tips and tricks. Snowshoes are avilable (free of charge) for this program, if desired. 

Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, this program will be cancelled. 


Pre-register here for a Sask Parks winter interpretive program!


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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Feb 25, 2022

Did you know that many Hollywood blockbuster films have their roots in legends, myths and creation stories whose tales are told across the night sky? Explore the evening skies and the blockbuster stories they hold around a warm campfire as a park interpreter guides you around the universe from the comfort of your chair 

Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, this program will be cancelled. 


Pre-register here for a Sask Parks winter interpretive program!


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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Feb 26, 2022

Winter is long in Saskatchewan; get outdoors and be active to help make winter fly by! Try challenging winter games, relay races, s(no)w bowling, learn winter survival skills, and more. There will be a campfire nearby to warm up during the hour. A new variety of family friendly, heart-pumping activities will be available to try out each week at our Winter Fun Basecamp, suitable for all ages. 


Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, this program will be cancelled. 


Pre-register here for a Sask Parks winter interpretive program!


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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Feb 26, 2022

Wander around the Lodgepole pines of beautiful Cypress Hills on your snowshoes as an Interpreter guides you through the trails. Four different variations of hikes will keep you coming back to experience winter in the majestic Cypress Hills. 

This program is designed for all levels of experience in snowshoeing. Snowshoes will be provided, but please wear boots and dress appropriately. If there is not enough snow to utilize snowshoes, this program will be offered as a winter hike. 


Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, this program will be cancelled. 


Pre-register here for a Sask Parks winter interpretive program!


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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Feb 27, 2022

From the helpful Barbegazi to the terrifying Ijiraq, winter monster myths exist wherever there is winter! ut...do these monsters really exist or is there secrets behind their creation? Join a park interpreter for this 60 to 90-minute walk on Ridge Run Trail and listen to fascinating onster myths from around the world's winters. We will also share winter preparedness tips and tricks. Snowshoes are avilable (free of charge) for this program, if desired. 

Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, this program will be cancelled. 


Pre-register here for a Sask Parks winter interpretive program!


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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Mar 04, 2022

Did you know that many Hollywood blockbuster films have their roots in legends, myths and creation stories whose tales are told across the night sky? Explore the evening skies and the blockbuster stories they hold around a warm campfire as a park interpreter guides you around the universe from the comfort of your chair 

Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, this program will be cancelled. 


Pre-register here for a Sask Parks winter interpretive program! 


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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Mar 05, 2022

Winter is long in Saskatchewan; get outdoors and be active to help make winter fly by! Try challenging winter games, relay races, s(no)w bowling, learn winter survival skills, and more. There will be a campfire nearby to warm up during the hour. A new variety of family friendly, heart-pumping activities will be available to try out each week at our Winter Fun Basecamp, suitable for all ages. 


Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, this program will be cancelled. 


Pre-register here for a Sask Parks winter interpretive program!


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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Mar 05, 2022

Wander around the Lodgepole pines of beautiful Cypress Hills on your snowshoes as an Interpreter guides you through the trails. Four different variations of hikes will keep you coming back to experience winter in the majestic Cypress Hills. 

This program is designed for all levels of experience in snowshoeing. Snowshoes will be provided, but please wear boots and dress appropriately. If there is not enough snow to utilize snowshoes, this program will be offered as a winter hike. 


Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, this program will be cancelled. 


Pre-register here for a Sask Parks winter interpretive program! 


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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Mar 06, 2022

From the helpful Barbegazi to the terrifying Ijiraq, winter monster myths exist wherever there is winter! ut...do these monsters really exist or is there secrets behind their creation? Join a park interpreter for this 60 to 90-minute walk on Ridge Run Trail and listen to fascinating onster myths from around the world's winters. We will also share winter preparedness tips and tricks. Snowshoes are avilable (free of charge) for this program, if desired. 

Please note: If temperatures in the program location are below -26°C with the wind chill, this program will be cancelled. 


Pre-register here for a Sask Parks winter interpretive program!


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Saskatchewan Provincial Park Info

The first interprovincial park in Canada, the Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park offers something for every visitor. The towering hills, lush forest and fescue prairie provide breathtaking views. The park offers several campgrounds, including an equestrian campground in the rustic West Block wilderness area. In addition to front-country camping, the Centre Block of the park features exceptional amenities including a resort, swimming pool, hiking trails, ziplining and one of the largest Dark Sky Preserves in the world. Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park is the perfect year-round destination that the whole family can enjoy.

Location Info

Centre Block with full services is 27 km S of Maple Creek on Hwy 21.

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lat. 49.66323° N, long. -109.4971° W




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