Greenwater Lake Provincial Park is one of Saskatchewan's favourite four-season getaways. The park was named after the reflected colour of the trembling aspen and white spruce on its shoreline.
Relax on a spacious beach with the warm summer sun caressing your face; photograph autumn's play of light on a rare patch of fescue prairie; glide on skis through a wintry white forest; or trek beside a marigold-gilded creek with mullet spawning below and spring bursting above.
The park is a year-round destination, with fishing, water sports and much more for everyone to enjoy. In the Winter enjoy cross-country ski trails and snowmobile and watch the seasons change. You can also take a ride down the toboggan hill and do a spot of ice skating.
In the Summer, take an interpretive program and visit the displays at the reception centre or head to the gold course and try and get a hole in one!
If you're staying for a few days, there's groceries available on site, modern washrooms and showers, picnic areas, rentals and much more to ensure your stay is a memorable one!
16 km S of Chelan, 38 km N of Kelvington on Hwy 38. Three hours from Saskatoon or Regina, and less from Prince Albert and YorktoGet directions
$10 park pass
Fast-food and picnic areas available
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