Carlton Trail

Park Info

May 1 - September 30
Park Entry:
$10.00 per day.
Payment Information:
Cash, Interac, Visa & MasterCard accepted
50.67520 -101.69491
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Park Description

Saskatchewan Regional Parks: Park of The Year! 2008 and Park on the Move! 2007

Built in 1972, the park has two man-made lakes in its boundaries, one reserved for swimming, the other (South Lake) has summer cabins and is stocked for anglers. Nine hole golf course with rolling terrain, newly renovated PGA style grass greens with club and cart rentals. Restaurant and lounge serves full course meals. A 64 foot x 40 foot events building with a 150 foot x 200 foot fenced enclosure was built in 2006. Large groups rent this facility for tournaments, family reunions, etc. Modern washrooms also at this site. Newly renovated swimming lake, huge maintained beach surrounded by playground equipment and picnic area. South Lake is stocked with pickerel. Canoes and electric motor boats only. A birding trail with stand has been developed; also two ball diamonds with backstops are on site.

Local Services

Langenburg and Esterhazy have police and health services, shopping and mechanical services. Spy Hill has shopping and fuel services available. Potable water piped to every 30 amp electrical campsite. Firewood available for a fee which can be ordered from clubhouse and delivered daily. Clean, modern washrooms with showers at each camping area.

Park / Area History

In the 1950s, John From, a professional landscaper and local land owner built a small summer park to provide some recreation facilities for residents of this area. Two man made lakes, golf course and a few campsites were built. In 1972, poor health caused Mr. From to offer the park for sale to the Regional Park Authority. The park is located along what was the most important overland route through nineteenth-century Saskatchewan; Carlton Trail Regional Park is rich in history. The Carlton Cart Trail linked Fort Garry with Edmonton House during the fur trade era and is nearby, as is the Wolverine Historical Society, which contains artifacts from the surrounding area.

Barrier Free Access

Golf clubhouse and washroom facilities are barrier free.


All campers camping in a site must be 18 years of age unless accompanied by a parent or guardian. Firewood can be purchased at the clubhouse.

 Camping Fees

(prices subject to change without notice)

Description Unit Amount
Camping Daily $28.00
Camping Weekly $173.00
Camping Monthly $400.00
Camping Annually $865.00

 Golfing Fees

(prices subject to change without notice)

Description Unit Amount
Adult 9 Holes $22.00
Adult All Day $37.00
Adult 7 Day Pass $205.00
Junior 9 Holes $15.00
Junior All Day $17.00
Single Membership Seasonally $420.00
Couples Membership Seasonally $575.00
Family Membership Seasonally $650.00
University Membership Seasonally $200.00
Junior Membership Seasonally $125.00
Cart Rental – Power 9 Holes $25.00
Cart Rental – Power 18 Holes $41.00
Cart Rental – Pull Daily $10.00
Club Rental – New Daily $18.00
Club Rental – Old Daily $10.00
Mini Golf – All ages 9 Holes $2.00
Mini Golf Membership Seasonally $50.00

Rentals/Other Fees

(prices subject to change without notice)

Description Unit Amount
Events Building Rental Daily $150.00



  • Aquatic Program / Swimming Lessons
  • Camping (Electricity and Water)
  • Concession
  • Golf Course 9 Hole Grass Greens
  • Golf Course Pro Shop
  • Hiking Trails
  • Playground
  • Sewer Dump Station
  • Volleyball Court
  • Barrier Free Areas (Wheelchair Accessible)
  • Camping (Non-Electrical)
  • Fire Wood
  • Golf Course Club House (Food Service)
  • Group Camping (Electrical Sites)
  • Mini Golf
  • Potable Water
  • Showers
  • Washrooms (Modern / Running Water)
  • Beach Area
  • Camping Seasonal
  • Fishing
  • Golf Course Club House (Licensed)
  • Group Camping (Non-Electrical Sites)
  • Pet Friendly
  • Security
  • Swimming Area
  • Washrooms (Outhouse)


In two campground areas of the park there are 75 electrical sites and 10 non-electrical overflow sites. Each site has potable water, fire pits, and picnic tables. The sites are cut out of mature parkland forest, so aspen willows and wild fruit trees dominate the campgrounds, hundreds of spruce trees have been planted in the past 20 years. Sites are large with a gravelled pad, 30 amp service to accommodate the modern day camper. Carlton Trail is currently in the process of adding 22 more 30 amp electrical sites. There are washrooms throughout the campground as well as a shower facility located at the main building. The main building also includes a restaurant as well as a licensed area.

Group Camping

A 64 foot x 40 foot events building with a 150 foot x 200 foot fenced enclosure was built for use in 2006. Large groups rent this facility for tournaments, family reunions, etc. Modern washrooms also at this site. There is also overflow camping available for large groups of campers. These sites have picnic tables and fire pits in each site. No power at the overflow sites.







The course lies on rolling terrain, features approximately a 100 feet elevation difference over its nine holes. As such, the golfer can expect many less than perfect lies as he/she plays up, down or from side hills. New PGA style greens were built in 2002. White tees are 3055 yards and a par rating of 36, Red tees are 2935 yards with a par of 37.

  • 9 Hole Grass Greens
  • Yardage Markers
  • Clubhouse/Dining Facilities
  • Snack Bar
  • Pro Shop
  • Club/Cart Rentals
  • Soft Spikes
  • Marshall (Weekends Only)
  • Licensed Lounge and Beverage Cart
  • BBQ/Banquet Facilities
  • Outdoor Patio
  • Tee Time Reservations and Rain Checks


The lake area was drained, cleaned, and new sand trucked in, in the fall of 2006. The newly renovated swimming lake is filled with well water. The new sand beach, which is gently sloped, is a fun spot for all ages. New playground equipment, picnic area and concession surround the lake.

Playground/Recreation Activities

There is a children’s play area with playground equipment in both campground areas, as well as at the beach. There is no longer a volleyball court.

Boating and Fishing

Non motorized boats are allowed.

Hiking/Nature Trails

The park has developed three groomed birding/hiking trails totaling about 1.6 kms that lead you to explore the beautiful scenery, marsh and parklands.

Mini Golf

We have a 9 hole mini golf course.