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Take a moment in Sask Parks: May 29 – June 12 | News & Media

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Published on May 29, 2024

Saskatchewan Provincial Parks are excited to welcome visitors back for another fantastic summer of camping, glamping, hiking and lakeside fun. There are also exciting events and programs to help fill visitors' days with fun, laughter and enjoyment in the great outdoors.

Take a moment to have fun and experience nature to its fullest. Here are some special events happening over the next two weeks. All are free with a valid park admission permit:

Back in the boreal zone
June 1, Meadow Lake Provincial Park
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

On National Trails Day, experience the breathtaking beauty of Meadow Lake Provincial Park in the Back in the Boreal, Saskatchewan’s premier backcountry hiking destination.

A group of people with hiking poles hike along a trail in Meadow Lake Provincial Park.

Visitors are invited to join park interpreters for a day of discovery and learning. The day begins with an educational session led by local hiking experts, park interpreters, conservation officers and search and rescue personnel who share insider tips, tricks and fascinating facts about the Boreal Trail. Participants then enjoy a guided hike on a section of the Boreal Trail where experienced guides teach backcountry skills and provide insight into the park's unique flora and fauna. Following the day's activities, a meal prepared by Flotten Lake Adventure Resort is served.

This event is suitable for people ages 12 and up and is free with a valid park entrance permit.

Find out more and register for the event.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Graze Festival
June 15, Condie Nature Refuge
11am to 3pm

Fifty sheep graze on invasive species at Condie Nature Refuge. These sweet and hungry sheep are helping protect the ecosystem by eating invasive Kentucky bluegrass and meadow brome.

Visitors are invited to join park interpreters on June 15 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. as they share information about the sheep and invasive species in the area. While watching the sheep at work, visitors can participate in sheep-fantastic activities, discover the diverse plants, insects and birds native to Condie, and more.

Find out more and register.

There is much more to do and see in Saskatchewan Provincial Parks. Check out all the events and programs on the Sask Parks events calendar.

Take a moment to explore Saskatchewan's provincial parks. To book your campsite, visit the Sask Parks reservations page.

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