• Welcome to Nipawain & District Regional Park,

    home to over three hundred acres of scenic beauty and endless family-friendly activities. Located in northeast Saskatchewan on the banks of Tobin Lake, the beautifully maintained park offers visitors year-round outdoor activities including camping, hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, boating, and some of the best walleye fishing in North America.

  • Family Fun!

    A new playground and 2,800 square foot spray park is perfect for young families.

  • A Perfect Fishing Trip!

    A fisher’s paradise, offering the best Walleye fishing in North America

 

News

Now: The park is now closed for the season! 

Now: The NDRP Spray Park is closed!.

NO FIREWOOD TO BE BROUGHT INTO THE PARK!

Fishing Tournaments

Premier's Walleye Tournament -

Ladies Fish For Freedom -

Vanity Cup -

Reservations:  Online booking begins Jan. 15, 2019 at 9:00 am for reservations of 1 month or longer.  Feb. 1, 2019 at 9:00 am for reservations 1 month or less.  No reservations will be taken via phone or email at this time.  Communication is by email only. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS HAVE BEEN REVISED.

Positions available.   Apply by email to nipawinregionalpark@sasktel.net

HEAD MAINTENANCE - 2019 Season being Mid April to Mid October

The applicant must be a qualified self-motivated leader with problem solving skills and able to prioritize work projects in a timely manner.  Responsibilities include: supervision, training and motivation of the maintenance crew.  The applicant must posses strong public relation skills, have a positive attitude, work independently and as a team player, demonstrate organization when prioritizing and coordinating work projects,  Implement safety policies; and plan preventative maintenance.   A working knowledge of plumbing, electrical, carpentry, mechanical and water systems are an asset for the position.   The applicant must have a valid Drivers licence,  be willing to wear a uniform and work in an outdoor environment.   Must commit to a good working relationship with the Manager and the Park users.

MAINTENANCE - 2019 Season being Mid April to Mid October

Must possess a working knowledge in plumbing, electrical, mechanical, chainsaw operation, carpentry and operation of water systems.    Essential skills,  include: public relation skills, organization, punctuality, hardworking, care and operation of maintenance equipment, ability to take direction and do what is asked of the position, work independently or as a team member.  The applicant must have a Valid Driver's license; be willing to wear a uniform and work in a fast paced multitask outdoor environment.