National Parks / Natural World

Danielson Provincial Park Elbow

Where are we going today?

With kilometres of unspoiled beaches and countless recreational opportunities on a lake that's 225 km long, Danielson Provincial Park is a great place to revel in the warm splendours of summer. Gardiner Dam, one of the largest earth-filled dams in the world, is the result of the last phase of a construction project that created Lake Diefenbaker in 1967. Check out the view from atop the spillway! Learn more about this enormous project through displays at the Visitor Centre. Afterwards, you can grab a bite to eat at the fast-food café, tour the power station, or check out the local furred and feathered residents with a hike along the Trans-Canada Trail. Wake up your senses! Come to Danielson Provincial Park and see why Lake Diefenbaker is one of the most popular recreation lakes in Saskatchewan.
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    Smaller park not far from Douglas Provincial Park. Its a pretty small family park that had quite nice scenery along with a huge lake with many opportunities to do aquatic activities.

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    Probably the worst beach. Ever. No trees at the camp sight. Fishing is average. But definetly needs more trees for noise barrier.

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    Needs more trees at sites no privacy

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