Nuisance Ground

We have opened the nuisance ground Saturdays and Sundays for people to bring out their branches and leaves. This is not for anyone to bring out their garbage or materials from either demo or construction.

thank you!

Golf Sask Update

Some great news to start the weekend. Regarding Golf next weekend. This just in from Golf Sask.
May 8, 2020
Good afternoon member clubs,
The Government of Saskatchewan has worked extensively with the National Allied Golf Association – Saskatchewan branch when it comes to playing golf in a safe manner amid COVID-19.
Golf in Saskatchewan was announced in the “Re-Open Saskatchewan” plan back in March with restrictions. The government has made alterations to the rules last Friday and released additional updates this afternoon.
Re-Open Saskatchewan (updated May 8) with golf specifics on P.42-43
• A maximum of four players per group is permitted.
• Tee times must be a minimum of 12 minutes apart to avoid congestion on the course.
• Flags must remain in place and measures must be taken to prevent the ball from dropping in the hole, eliminating the need for players to contact the pin or cup. This may include such measures as leveling the cup, elevating the cup or installing a touch-free ball removal mechanism.
• Driving ranges and practice putting/chipping greens can open if physical distancing (minimum of two metres) is maintained. Range balls must be cleaned and disinfected between customers. For the practice putting/chipping greens, flags must remain in place and measures must be taken to prevent the ball from dropping in the hole. This may include such measures as leveling the cup, elevating the cup or installing a touch-free ball removal mechanism.
• Retail sales must follow the Clothing and Retail Guidelines on P. 35.
• Group lessons and tournaments are prohibited. League play and one-on-one lessons may occur if all other criteria are met.
More details can be found in the government’s announcement today, by clicking here.
Golf Saskatchewan, along with the Canadian Society of Club Managers Saskatchewan Branch, National Golf Course Owners Association Canada, Professional Golfers Association of Canada Saskatchewan Branch, and Saskatchewan Turf-grass Association want to thank the Province of Saskatchewan for their cooperation through the COVID-19 pandemic.
• Updated statement from the NAGA Saskatchewan
Finally, please ensure your club has updated its policies and communicated the changes with owners, management, staff, members and golfing patrons to ensure everyone’s health and safety remains as the top priority.
Until May 15, please practice social distancing, be kind, stay safe, book your tee times, purchase your yearly membership and support your local businesses.
Have a great weekend!
Yours in golf,
Golf Saskatchewan

Dates of Opening and Information

Today’s updates

We will open our Let’s Camp website for bookings on May 15th.  All bookings must be done online, we will not be accepting phone requests.
The campground will reserve every other site to accommodate social distancing as recommended by the government.  Please note that there will be no washroom, laundry  or shower services available in the Park, therefor you must be in a self-contained unit which has sewer capacity. Tenting will not be allowed.  No out of province visitors are allowed at this time and proof of Saskatchewan residency will be required upon booking/check-in.

Seasonal campsite lease holders are welcome for overnight stays as of May 15th. Also note that there are no services available.  Both potable and raw water will be available on May 15th.

We have wood available for sale, you can arrange a drop off by calling the office and prepaying via debit or credit. We will take orders through the day and drop off late afternoon daily.

The office is currently closed however we are available to sell fishing licenses. Call ahead at 306-472-3752 to arrange a time.

The office window will be open as of May 8th for the selling of park stickers. We ask that payment be made via debit or credit to help ensure the safety of our staff. The hours will be 9:00 am to 4:00 pm at this time.

As fishing begins, please note that there are no filleting stations available however we will be providing barrels for fish “leftovers” at the main filleting shack. Please use these as instead of placing remains in the regular garbage cans as it causes a great deal of difficulty.

The golf course will begin taking bookings on May 12th. They will be taking phone calls beginning at 10:00 that day for tee times on the 15th and beyond. Your memberships  and bookings can be paid via debit or credit – the clubhouse will not be open to foot traffic.
Tees times will be every 20 minutes beginning at 8:00 am and the final tee time will be 6:00 pm. These times will change as the season progresses. Carts can be rented but we will not be selling merchandise at this point.

We will provide further updates as we can, including the opening of the clubhouse or modifications to any hours etc.

Our staff is working very hard to provide the information you need and the services that we can while following all the government guidelines.
Thanks to those who have provided positive feedback, it really helps in
these trying times!

Conserving water

Conservation of water:
You will notice water trucks coming in to the park Sask. Water will now be hauling water to our facility due to the Gravelbourg plant unable to treat enough water for us. Sask water will be sourcing our water from other plants. So again please be cautious on the amount of water you use.


Trying to navigate the pathway through the rules regarding Covid19 regulations, allowable activities and dates has been – to say the least – frustrating for us and for our patrons.
We have been attempting on a daily basis to get clarification from the Saskatchewan Regional Park Association – with little success. Some regional parks now believe that they are not required to follow government guidelines and are planning to open earlier than June 1st. Others are going with provincial regulations.

We are putting everything on pause until someone provides us with a firm and final decision. We should be able to expect that with 80 plus regional parks in the province, there is a government plan being developed for roll out ASAP. As soon as we know, you will as well.

If you have further questions or comments in the meantime, please address them via email to our office.
our email is
Sask Regional Parks number is (306) 975-0857