Campgrounds and RV Parks in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan is a province filled with suprises. A varied landscape filled with over 100,000 lakes, some so crystal clear you can see fish at the bottom. Visit the badlands of Big Muddy, Killdeer and Frenchman River, or the highlands of Cypress Hills and Duck Mountain. Every region is distinct in its landscape, culture, history and experience.

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Come on in to experience a little piece of paradise in the prairies. Make Ceylon Regional Park your place to unwind and enjoy the simple pleasures of life. Located 1km east of Ceylon, on highway 6 this park is open from May 1st to September 15th. It is the ideal place to hold a family or class reunion, a summer holiday, or just a barbeque with friends. The park is located adjacent to a large man-made reservoir with a lot of natural beauty in a farming/ranching community and is located in the Missouri Coteau. It is an excellent place to stay if you plan to tour the natural Big Muddy Badlands located just 20 minutes away. --------------------------------------------- Ceylon Regional Park features a well-treed picnic area in the central area of the park, close to the washrooms, concession, pool, and playground. A horseshoe pit or mud volleyball pit is also located within a short distance from the concession. Location: From Hwy 6, East 1 Mile Season: May - September. Camping/Reservation Info: 30A Electrical, 15A Electrical, and Non-Electrical Sites available, please call park for information. Reservations not accepted.

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