Let’s Go Camping
Campsite reservations will be accepted beginning May 1st for the current year.
Wakaw Lake Regional Park is a perfect place to enjoy your summer vacation. Whether you’re planning a weekend getaway or looking to stay all summer long, you’re going to love everything this campground has to offer.
From the scenic nine-hole golf course with its 3300 sq. ft. clubhouse and restaurant to the sandy beach and playground on the shores of Wakaw Lake, this Regional Park is a must stay and play location. There is fun for everyone! Jump on the boat, cast your line and catch a fish, rent a canoe, or challenge your family to a game of mini-putt. The sky is the limit.
The Park features 312 campsites, 168 of which are permanent. There are 144 great campsites available for daily, weekly and monthly camping.
2023 Campsite Reservation Draw
Monthly reservation draw for rental of non-permanent campsites.
Conveniently located within a one hour drive of ⅓ of the population of Saskatchewan, it’s no wonder as to why we’re one of the busiest Regional Parks in the province.
Wakaw Lake Regional Park was formed by a Lieutenant Governor’s Order in Council on May 4, 1965. The original owners were the Towns of Wakaw, Cudworth and Bruno, the Village of Domremy and Resort Village of Wakaw Lake, and the Rural Municipalities of Hoodoo No. 401, Fish Creek No. 402, RM of Invergordon No. 430 and the RM of St Louis No. 431. Over the next few years, the golf course and campground developed, and the official grand opening was held on June 28, 1970. Today the park is owned and governed by a Board of Directors representing the Town of Wakaw and Town of Cudworth, and the R.M.’s of Fish Creek, Hoodoo, Invergordon and St. Louis.
Saskatchewan’s Hidden Gem
Wakaw Lake Regional Park is located approximately 13 km northeast of the Town of Wakaw on the shore of Wakaw Lake. It’s a long, narrow lake, with a length of approximately 22 km. It takes its name from a Cree word meaning “crooked.”
9 Hole Golf Course
Canoe & Kayak Rental
Sewer Dump Station
Looking to explore a little? There is lots to see!
Visit the Geneva Mission, the Anna Turnbull Memorial Hospital and the Wakaw Heritage Museum. Fun fact! The museum is home to John Diefenbaker’s Law Office where he practiced law between 1919-1925. John Diefenbaker was Canada’s 13th Prime Minister.
Nearby are the Batoche National Historic Site, Fort Carleton and the Seager Wheeler Farm.
|3 Day Weekend||$25|
*Rates include applicable taxes
The park has a NO REFUND policy on campsite fees.
|Daily - Power only||$34|
|Daily - Full Service 30 Amp||$42|
|Daily - Full Service 50 Amp||$47|
|Daily - Overflow||$21|
|Weekly - Power only||$210|
|Weekly - Full Service 30 Amp||$252|
|Weekly - Full Service 50 Amp||$268|
|Monthly - Power only||$693|
|Monthly - Full Service 30 Amp||$840|
|Monthly - Full Service 50 Amp||$893|
|Gazebo Rental (Big)||$105|
|Gazebo Rental (Small)||$53|
*Rates include applicable taxes
Liquor is prohibited in all areas of the park and golf course except at registered camp sites, gazebo areas (with permit) and golf course when liquor is purchased from the beverage cart.
All dogs must be on a leash at all times. Dogs are not permitted on the beach.
Quiet time is 11:00 PM. Please respect others while at the lake.
Check-out is 12 noon.
The Wakaw Lake Regional Park is home to 168 seasonal campsites.
If you’re interested in a season campsite, please contact us regarding availability on the Wait List.