CYPRESS HILLS INTERPROVINCIAL PARK, SASKATCHEWAN
Cypress Hills Park is a unique green forest in the middle of the wide open Saskatchewan prairie.
There is something for everyone to enjoy! Camping, relaxing, hiking, swimming (lake and pool), fishing, boating, eating ice cream, mini-golf, golf, zip-line, go-karts and more! There is a general store and several places to eat.
Here are some resources for this beautiful recreation area:
Sask Parks Reserve-A-Site – 2017 Launch Information: The reservation launch for nightly campsites will begin Tuesday, April 4, 2017. The launch will be staggered over ten days, with different parks becoming available for reservations on different days. Parks that launch each day will be available for reservations beginning at 7:00 a.m. CST and will remain open for reservations until the September long weekend.
Zipline Canopy Tours (Cypress Hills Eco Adventures)
CYPRESS LAKE, RM OF RENO #51, SASKATCHEWAN
This lake is a hidden gem in the southwest corner of Saskatchewan in RM of Reno #51, about 15 minutes north of Consul. The boating, water sports and fishing are unbeatable! The walleye are sure to be biting, winter or summer! Cypress Lake is about 7 miles long tip to tip and at the widest point is about 2 miles. Boating around Heglund Island, a bird sanctuary, makes for a great afternoon. This secluded, quiet prairie lake is barely even mentioned on the internet, it’s a southwestern Saskatchewan secret! Camping (no hookups or running water) is available. Cost is by optional donation to Friends of Cypress Lake. No reservations.
ELKWATER (CYPRESS HILLS), ALBERTA
Elkwater (Cypress Hills, Alberta) has a large lake for swimming and boating and is a great place to camp! One side of the lake is forested trees, and the other side is natural Alberta prairie. There is a small store, places to eat, boat rentals and more.
Alberta Reserve-A-Site – 2017 Launch Information: OPEN! Currently booking on a 90 Day Booking Window for Regular Campsites Only.