Things To Know

FIRE BAN IN NORTHERN PARKS: Due to extreme fire hazards, the Government of Saskatchewan has issued a fire ban for the northern portion of the province. This ban includes but is not limited to: Bronson Forest, Candle Lake, Chitek Lake, Great Blue Heron, Lac La Ronge, Meadow Lake, Makwa Lake and Narrow Hills. Click here for a complete list.

Self-contained heating devices, pressurized stoves or charcoal briquettes used in an approved firebox will be permitted for cooking and heating purposes for the duration of the ban. This fire ban will stay in place until the order is rescinded.

 

Campsite Reservations: Reservations may be made online here or by calling 1-855-737-7275.

 

As of
MAY 26
Pike Lake Provincial Park

There is no current Fire Ban at Pike Lake Prov. Park, however fire hazard is extremely high.

MAY 25
Greenwater Lake Provincial Park

Aerial Spraying to Control Forest Tent Caterpillars was conducted May 25, 2015.  Please click here to see attachment for more information.

MAY 25
Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park

May 25, 2015 The Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory for Rowan's Ravine has been removed

MAY 22
Moose Mountain Provincial Park

Trail conditions are updated on a weekly basis or as weather changes.

MAY 22
Chitek Lake Recreation Site

Due to extreme wildfire hazards, The Ministry of Environment, in consultation with the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sports, has issued a ban on all open fires.

MAY 22
Greenwater Lake Provincial Park

Click here for details on elevated fire hazard at Greenwater Lake Provincial Park

MAY 20
Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park

During the start up of the waterworks system, the safety of the Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park drinking water on the West side of the park cannnot be assured at all times. The NE side Remains unaffected.

MAY 19
Candle Lake Provincial Park

The Nobles Point and Minowukaw Boat Launches are open.

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