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Pike Lake Provincial Park Visitor Guide Fishing We are not famous for our fishing, but the thrill of the catch can still be experienced here. Ask our staff about the hot spots to fish. Boating The boat launch is located to the south of the golf course. Motor size on the lake is limited to a maximum of 10 hp. Paddle boats and canoes can be rented at Irene's Paddle Boat Rentals just west of the main beach. Trails Lakeside Promenade: This accessible trail enables anyone to explore along the shore. Observation decks take you out over the water for a close up look at aquatic life and waterfowl. This trail begins at the beach and takes you to the mouth of the creek that feeds the lake. Gift of Green Nature Trail (1.5 km): This nature trail follows a loop winding through aspen woodland, over short-grass prairie and across sand dunes. The trail head is located next to the interpreter's office. Bicycles are not permitted on this trail. Cactus Hills Trail (4.3 km): Accessible just south of the golf course this trail features a beautiful forest setting, breathtaking look-out points and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for cross country skiing but is accessible for hiking in the summer months. In-Park Services/Activities Night Owl Camping Cabins: Camping in the comfort of a cozy two room log cabin with 6’ covered deck. The Huddle: A fast food/concession facility located near the main beach. The Huddle is open from mid-May to Labour Day. Golf: A nine-hole sand green golf course, as well as an 18-hole miniature golf course are located in the park. Glow golfing every Saturday, weather permitting. The mini-golf facility is privately operated with a separate admission fee. Contact the course directly for private rentals or group rates. Park Interpreters offer curriculum-based educational programs for school and youth groups from mid-May until the end of June. Interpretive programs and special events are held throughout the summer months. A calendar of programs and events is available at the park office or online. Park Activity Kits (P.A.K.s) are are also available for pick-up at select locations in the park throughout the camping season. Park features: • Baseball diamond • Four playgrounds • Tennis courts • Sand volleyball courts • Horseshoe pits • Paddle boat and canoe rentals • Geocaching Nearby Services/Attractions Saskatoon (36 km): Full Services Western Development Museum: Boomtown 1910 Wanuskewin Heritage Park Relax under aspen, poplar and Manitoba maple groves, have a picnic near the beach on manicured lawns, hike to the nearby sand dunes or cool off at our popular outdoor pool and waterslide. saskparks.com

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Page 1: Pike Lake Provincial Park Visitors Guide

Pike Lake Provincial Park

Visitor Guide

FishingWe are not famous for our fishing, but the thrill of the catch can still be experienced here. Ask our staff about the hot spots to fish.

BoatingThe boat launch is located to the south of the golf course. Motor size on the lake is limited to a maximum of 10 hp. Paddle boats and canoes can be rented at Irene's Paddle Boat Rentals just west of the main beach.

TrailsLakeside Promenade: This accessible trail enables anyone to explore along the shore. Observation decks take you out over the water for a close up look at aquatic life and waterfowl. This trail begins at the beach and takes you to the mouth of the creek that feeds the lake.

Gift of Green Nature Trail (1.5 km): This nature trail follows a loop winding through aspen woodland, over short-grass prairie and across sand dunes. The trail head is located next to the interpreter's office. Bicycles are not permitted on this trail.

Cactus Hills Trail (4.3 km): Accessible just south of the golf course this trail features a beautiful forest setting, breathtaking look-out points and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for cross country skiing but is accessible for hiking in the summer months.

In-Park Services/ActivitiesNight Owl Camping Cabins: Camping in the comfort of a cozy two room log cabin with 6’ covered deck.

The Huddle: A fast food/concession facility located near the main beach. The Huddle is open from mid-May to Labour Day.

Golf: A nine-hole sand green golf course, as well as an 18-hole miniature golf course are located in the park. Glow golfing every Saturday, weather permitting.

The mini-golf facility is privately operated with a separate admission fee. Contact the course directly for private rentals or group rates.

Park Interpreters offer curriculum-based educational programs for school and youth groups from mid-May until the end of June. Interpretive programs and special events are held throughout the summer months. A calendar of programs and events is available at the park office or online. Park Activity Kits (P.A.K.s) are are also available for pick-up at select locations in the park throughout the camping season.

Park features:• Baseball diamond• Four playgrounds • Tennis courts• Sand volleyball courts• Horseshoe pits • Paddle boat and canoe rentals• Geocaching

Nearby Services/AttractionsSaskatoon (36 km): Full Services• Western Development Museum: Boomtown 1910• Wanuskewin Heritage Park

Relax under aspen, poplar and Manitoba maple groves, have a picnic near the

beach on manicured lawns, hike to the nearby sand dunes or cool off at our

popular outdoor pool and waterslide.

saskparks.com

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Park Contact Information Pike Lake Provincial Park

102-112 Research Dr., Saskatoon, SK S7N 3R3 Phone: 306-933-6966

Email: [email protected]

Camping/Park & Swimming Lesson Informationwww.saskparks.com

Emergency Contact Information Park Watch (24HR): 1-800-667-1788

Report Wildfires: 1-800-667-9660RCMP (Police)/Ambulance/Fire: 911

TIP (Turn in Poachers/Polluters): 1-800-667-7561

Once emergency services are notified, then advise park office of situation.

Please Remember:• Respect our parks – leave them as you find them.• Be aware and stay back from wildlife.• No lifeguards on beaches. Guardians assume

responsibility of children’s safety at all times.• Pets are welcome, but not in public structures.

Keep on leash at all times.• It is an offence to remove firewood from our parks.

Twenty minutes from Saskatoon and with the feeling of being a million miles from the city, Pike Lake is one of Saskatchewan’s most accessible getaways.

CampingThe park offers non-electric, electric, pull through RV sites as well as barrier-free campsites and facilities. One of three service centres features a coin-operated laundry facility in addition to hot showers and modern conveniences.

Seasonal Camping: Available May long weekend until September long weekend. Exceptions apply – check with park.

Group Camping: Looking for a group camping area for your next family gathering? Group camping reservations are available – must be made in advance.

Beaches/PoolBeach: The main beach is located by the main parking lot. Swim only within the marked swimming area.

Leisure Pool/Waterslide: Newly upgraded! The pool is wheelchair accessible. Children under seven years of age must be accompanied by an adult.

Swimming Lessons: Offered through the camping season, available for online booking.

Welcome to Pike Lake Provincial Park

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See how our park offers a delightful change of pace for people wishing to recharge their batteries without having to travel for hours. A quick getaway from the workday world.

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