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Lions Campground

Town of Leader

Located next door to the new Leader Swimming Pool and within walking distance of all amenities, the Lions Campground in Leader, Saskatchewan, offers road weary travellers a respite. Surrounded by the Lions Park, a new playground, and their gorgeous Millennium Gardens, it’s a friendly stop along the road.

This municipal campground offers electrical, swere, water, bathrooms, and showers.  

Wifi is available at the local library just a block away.

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Town of Gull Lake Campground

Town of Gull Lake

A quiet "in town" campground perfectly situated at the intersection of Highways #1 and #37 within walking distance of local restaurants, museum and shopping.  Campers have access to bathroom facilities, a brand new playground and free firewood.

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Village of Val Marie Campground

Village of Val Marie

A quiet and lovely treed campground close to all the amenities of the Village of Val Marie, the Val Marie Bar and Café, Prairie Wind Silver Sage Eco-Museum and Café (with wifi), Grocery and Liquor Store, and the Grasslands National Park (West Block) Visitor Centre.

There are showers and washrooms that can also be booked to use during your time camping in Grasslands National Park.

15 Amp, 50 Amp, dump station, self registration or online booking,  group friendly.

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Town of Eastend Campground

Town of Eastend

Enjoy this spacious well-treed campground nestled along the Frenchman River and near a number of attractions including: the T.Rex Discovery Centre, Eastend Historical Museum, Streambank Golf Course, Swimming Pool & Splash Park, Wilkinson Memorial Observatory, Mini Golf, Pottery studios and more.

Eastend Campground offers power and water, full service, and no service sites.  There are showers and washrooms, a ball diamond, playground, fire pits, and a camp kitchen.

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Rock Creek Campground

Grasslands National Park

The Rock Creek Campground and Rock Creek Visitor Centre are located in the East Block of Grasslands National Park. –Enjoy the prairie elegance of amazing skies day and night, the leopard frogs’ symphony at dusk, and the meadowlarks’ serenading at dawn.

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Frenchman Valley Campground - West Block

Grasslands National Park

Located in the heart of the West Block, the Frenchman Valley Campground offers a peaceful prairie setting. With a view of the Frenchman River, rolling hills, incredible sunsets, and possibly bison, the Frenchman Valley Campground is the perfect destination for your front country camping experience. Enjoy the brilliant night sky with amenities nearby.

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Willowbend Campground & Cabins

Willowbend Campground & Cabins

Camp in the heart of Canada’s Greatest Western Town. Walking distance to Maple Creek’s main street, and a host of summer-time events, this is the perfect place to do any number of daytrips from including: Cypress Hills Centre Block; Cypress Hills West Block and Fort Walsh National Historic Site; T.Rex Discovery Centre; Great Sandhills; the Town of Leader. It’s also the perfect place to gather with family and friends in a group setting.

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Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park - Saskatchewan

650 campsites ranging from unserviced to full-service await!

The Saskatchewan side of the Interprovincial Park is divided into two separate blocks: Centre Block (Core Area), and West Block (Wilderness Area). The Centre Block (south of Maple Creek on Highway #21) is where the majority of the campsites are located, as well as all the park’s front country services and amenities. The Centre Block also offers day-use picnic sites with barbecue stands for charcoal briquettes as well as a day-use camp kitchen at the main beach.  A reservable day-use camp kitchen is also available.  The West Block Wilderness Area (near Fort Walsh on Highway #271) features limited unserviced campsites as well as the equestrian campground.

Cypress Hills is the highest point in Canada between Labrador and the Rocky Mountains, and the only place on the prairies in Canada where a lodge pole pine forest occurs naturally. Cypress Hills is also one of Canada’s largest Dark Sky Preserves and features a Dark Sky Campground.

DID YOU KNOW?  The Centre Block is open for camping year-round.  From October 1st through to the end of April "winter camping" is available (no water, no electricity).  Also during the winter months the park offers a snowmobile area, cross country ski trails, snowshoe trails, winter walking & biking, a toboggan hill, winter warm-up shacks, and a winter camp kitchen for winter picnics.  Please join us for "Winter in the Hills!"