Saskatchewan has close to 5 million acres of parkland across the province, including 2 national parks, dozens of provincial parks and recreation sites, nearly 100 regional parks, and 7 urban parks and conservation agencies. The Province's residents and tourists can enjoy the forest and prairie trails, uncrowded beaches, spacious campsites, scenic golf courses and other recreational opportunities offered in our natural environment.
Saskatchewan's national parks, Prince Albert National Park of Canada and Grassland National Park of Canada, offer two different environments. Prince Albert National Park showcases the boreal forest. On the other end, is the untamed prairie and badlands of the Grassland National Park.
Saskatchewan has 36 provincial parks representing wilderness, recreational, natural environment and historic parks. Each park showcases specific natural features and offers a range of recreation and education opportunities. The levels of service vary with each provincial park. The province's more developed parks offer resort accommodation and rental cabins, along with a range of camping services and recreational activities.
Regional parks can be found throughout Saskatchewan. The regional parks were created by the Regional Parks Act of the Government of Saskatchewan and each park is managed by a Board of Directors established by local communities and municipalities. Offering various camping and recreation experiences, the regional parks are sure to meet your outdoor needs for opportunities like boating, fishing, hiking, camping, swimming, and golfing. Saskatchewan's Regional Parks are a fun-filled way to enjoy the great outdoors!
Saskatchewan's urban parks make their home in many beautiful cities. Urban parks can be found in Swift Current, Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, Regina, Weyburn, North Battleford and Prince Albert. Each of these urban parks and conservation agencies support high quality recreational areas, while maintaining the natural environment for the benefit of the entire province.