Approximately 21,752 hectares in size, Wildcat Hill Provincial Park is located at the summit and was established in 1971 as a protected area for preservation with outdoor recreation opportunities. To achieve better ecological representation and align with existing provincial parks, the boundary was expanded and the area was designated a provincial park on August 24, 1992. The Pasquia Hills tower above the surrounding lowlands and form a prominent landscape feature in east central Saskatchewan.
There's so much to discover within the steep canyons, fast rives and huge, dense forests with a variety of wildlife, there's lots for the whole family. However, as the park is a wildnerness area, there are no services of facilities available so please ensure you plan carefully and take care on your visit.
During the Winter, there are froomed snowmobile trails making the area easily accessible. There are no designation walking trails, so you must have good outdoor skills to pay a visit. Visitors are reminded to practice forest fire prevention and follow the “pack in – pack out” ethic.Suggest an edit
$10 park pass
There are no facilities on site, so please ensure you pack everything you need before your visit.
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Open year round
The park is more easily accessible in the winter
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Wildcat Hill Provincial Park