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You know should know this before you head out to a provincial park

As of
JUL 31
Meadow Lake Provincial Park

Meadow Lake Provincial Park will have contingency camping available for the August long-weekend.

JUL 28
Echo Valley Provincial Park

Aspen Campground open until October 31th, 2014.

JUL 28
Echo Valley Provincial Park

Valleyview campground including overflow will be closed this year on September 1st.

JUL 23
Moose Mountain Provincial Park

Lifestyle.ca names Moose Mountain Provincial Park as one of the 'Best Family Campgrounds in Canada'

JUL 22
Echo Valley Provincial Park

Lakeview Service Center has been decommissioned. A temporary washroom facility has been set up for the rest of the 2014 camping season.

JUL 15
Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park

Ministry of Health has lifted a public advisory regarding high levels of bacteria in Last Mountain Lake

JUL 14
Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park

Marina Road has re-opened, Drive with caution as repairs are not fully completed. 

JUL 11
Danielson Provincial Park

Coldwell Recreation Site is now open for the 2014 camping season.

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Have you checked out the mountain bike trails at Buffalo Pound Provincial Park? Thanks to the work of some dedicated volunteers and our fabulous Parks staff, these trails are in great condition and a blast to ride!
Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Today we were delighted to have Premier Brad Wall out at Greenwater Lake Provincial Park to make an announcement.
The Premier was on site to announce a brand new campground at Greenwater Lake. This new campground will add 68 full-service sites to the park and is scheduled to open next summer.
Friday, July 25, 2014

Did you know that almost all of our parks have barrier-free sites?
Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Hi Renee, thanks for sharing your concerns. Though there were some concerns about safety of these trees, the action was not taken due to an accident - in fact, we have heard that a child may have been injured, but nothing has been reported to us and we don't know when it may have happened or what kind of injury was sustained. One tree was originally identified as a hazard and was targeted to be removed. We have stopped all cutting of this tree until a review of the safety audit can be done. The safety of our visitors is very important to us, but so is preserving the natural environment. Our Landscape Protection unit will assess the condition of the tree and our next steps will be taken from there. At this time it is the only tree under review and no other trees are at risk of being cut down at Regina Beach.
Wednesday, July 23, 2014

This has been a fantastic Saskatchewan Parks Week and we'll cap the whole thing off tomorrow with Canada's Parks Day!
There are a ton of fun events planned for today, tomorrow and Sunday, so get out to your nearest park and enjoy all they have to offer!
Pike Lake Provincial Park, for instance, has a Sand Castle contest today at 2pm, a Talent Show tonight at 8pm, Amazing Race tomorrow morning and Pond Dipping, Geocaching and Trivia on Sunday.
All of our parks have something special to offer, so check out http://www.saskparks.net/ for more information.
Whether you're going for the whole weekend, or just for the day, there is something for everyone!
Friday, July 18, 2014

Have you seen this list of incredible places in Canada?
Not only does a Saskatchewan feature make the list, but it's one that can be enjoyed from every single one of our provincial parks! Can you guess what it is?
http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2014/07/16/places-in-canada-not-real-tourism_n_5574988.html?1
Thursday, July 17, 2014