Campgrounds and RV Parks in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan is a province filled with suprises. A varied landscape filled with over 100,000 lakes, some so crystal clear you can see fish at the bottom. Visit the badlands of Big Muddy, Killdeer and Frenchman River, or the highlands of Cypress Hills and Duck Mountain. Every region is distinct in its landscape, culture, history and experience.

A rich and diverse arts and cultural scene - theatre, craft show and sales, culinary events, ethnic festivals, historic re-enactments, art exhibits and live music, symphony and dance.

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Palliser Regional Park is destined to become one of Southern Saskatchewan's most popular vacation spots. Nestled on the shores of Lake Diefenbaker - in the centre of the golden triangle between Saskatoon, Swift Current and Regina - Palliser Park offers a galaxy of attractions for those who want to get away from it all. Camping, Golfing, Fishing, Sailing, Hiking. the list goes on. There are 10 30 Amp Electrical Sites and 25 Non-Electrical Sites with picnic tables and barbecues. Two camp kitchens with wood burning stoves are available for large or small gatherings.

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