Nipawin & District Regional Park
Welcome to the Nipawin & 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 the Saskatchewan River, the beautifully maintained park offers visitors year-round outdoor activities including hiking, biking, mini golf, playground & spray park, cross-country skiing, tobogganing, boating, and some of the best walleye fishing in North America.
Located less than 2.5 km from the Town of Nipawin, the park provides diverse habitats, inspirational landscapes and fun activities for kids and adults of all ages, including: picnic areas, a spectacular playground and spray park, a barnyard zoo, mini golf, trappers cabin/museum and several hiking trails. The park campground contains over 180 serviced sites, as well as cabins and houseboat rentals, shower facilities, stores and more, all surrounded by native forests of birch, pine, and tamarack.
Whether you’re visiting for an afternoon or for a week, the Nipawin & District Regional Park is the perfect place to enjoy year-round activities in natural splendour.
The Nipawin and District Regional Park was established on June 19, 1965 and opened in 1968 with just 25 campsites and a picnic area nestled on 296 acres. Over the years, the park has grown to become one of the best maintained parks in the province, offering top-class amenities and an easily accessible outdoor experience.
Recent improvements include: newly paved roads, a dual boat launch, a fish filleting house with a garburator, 2 dump stations for campers, a barnyard zoo, improved mini golf, upgrades to the hiking trail/interpretive trails, trappers cabin/museum, fishing at the trout pond (stocked in spring) has the upgrade mostly completed with a big thank to our local Fish & Game and Premiers Cup, and a $320,000 spray park and playground. The park is open yearly from May 15th until October 12 (weather permitting).
Please note: that the use of ATV’s and Golf Carts is not permitted in the park as per our bylaws.
Please note: The gatehouse booth is now closed for the season.