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Clearwater – Saskatchewan Regional Parks

Clearwater

Park Info

Season:
May 1 - September 15
Park Entry:
$10.00 per day, $24.00 for 3 day entry.
Payment Information:
Cash, Cheque, Interac, Interac Tap, Visa & MasterCard accepted.
GPS:
50.86785 -107.92977
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Covid-19 Notice

Clearwater Lake Regional Park
COVID-19 Notice
This information is current as of April 20, 2020. Due to COVID-19, Saskatchewan Regional Parks Authority has advised that in accordance with the Saskatchewan Public Health Orders, the Ministry of Parks, Culture and sport have closed provincial and regional parks.
As such, CLRP will delay opening of the camping season and all CLRP run front facing (customer contact) services until further notice. Please check back here often for updates.
Park run services closed until further notice include the following:
• Park Office/Front Gate (contact staff only via phone or e-mail)
• Swimming Lessons
• Camping and tenting sites including reservation system
• Playgrounds
• Indoor and outdoor washrooms & showers
• Main beach areas
• Golf course
• Tennis court/basketball
• Ball diamonds
Campground Store (independently operated) Plans to open TBD and will follow Provincial Health Authority Orders and Guidelines
Hotel/Bar (independently operated) Plans to open TBD and will follow Provincial Health Authority Orders and Guidelines
SaskParks currently does not encourage visitation. SaskParks urges people to follow social distancing practices and take necessary precautions to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
While park offices are closed to the public, staff are still available by phone – 306-375-2726 or email - clearwaterlakerp@hotmail.com
Cabin owners currently have access to their leased properties with the expectation they adhere to all Saskatchewan Public Health Orders and follow published social distancing practices.
CLRP is currently planning on turning on the summer water system mid to late May dependent on frost and system start up requirements.
CLRP is currently planning to open garbage and sewer pumping services early to mid May dependent on weather. Please email us at: Clearwaterlakerp@hotmail.com to book a sewer pump for May.
Camping Reservations
Q: Will CLRP open the online reservation system as planned?
A: In response to COVID-19, CLRP will delay the campsite reservation launch until further notice. In the coming weeks, CLRP will assess the situation and will provide an update. Upon approval to open, campers will be given sufficient notice regarding revised campsite reservation dates in order to ensure ample time for planning.
Q: Will the camping season start as planned on May long weekend as planned?
A: No. In response to COVID-19, CLRP will delay the start of the camping season until further notice. For the latest information, please check back here.
Q: When the reservation launch takes place, will the reservation process be the same as last year, just with different dates?
A: Yes, If and when a decision is made to allow the opening of the campgrounds we will publish with as much advance notice as possible.


Park Description

Clearwater Lake, nestled in the beautiful Coteau Hills, is the only natural spring fed lake in the area. The lake is an oasis of trees and water that attracts birds, animals and humans to its shores. Natural grasslands and beautiful hills surround the park. There are 298 private cabins at our park.


Local Services

Essential services (gas, groceries, liquor vendor, church) are located in the nearby Town of Kyle. There is a drive in theater located 6 km west of the park entrance and museum in the Town of Kyle.


Park / Area History

The lake area has been used for recreation since the first settlers arrived. Elmer and Ann Nelson started a family enterprise in 1925 based on the western tradition of neighborliness and generosity and they set about to share and preserve the natural beauty of the lake. The park is spring fed.


Barrier Free Access

Campsites are level grass/gravel. A wheelchair accessible washroom is available. This park also features a wheelchair accessible store/office and visitor information.

Policies

ALCOHOL BAN IN EFFECT FOR MAY LONG WEEKEND

Dogs are not allowed on the beach or in the lake.

 Events

Description Date Amount
Slow Pitch – Annual Slow Pitch Tournament TBA TBA
Canada Day Parade July 1 Free
Trade Show (limit of 20 tables) TBA TBA

Camping Fees

(prices subject to change without notice)

Description Unit Amount
15/30 Amp Daily $30.00
15/30 Amp Weekly $190.00
30 Amp, Water & Sewer + 1 tent Daily $35.00
30 Amp, Water & Sewer + 1 tent Weekly $225.00
Full Service Sites Daily $35.00
Full Service Sites Weekly $225.00
Overflow Daily $30.00
Tenting Daily $18.00
Group Camping Daily $35.00
Cabin Rental (newer cabins) – Double Daily $100.00
Cabin Rental (older cabins) – Double Daily $45.00
Cabin Rental (older cabins) – Single Daily $40.00
Cabin Rental Damage Deposit Per Rental $100.00
Dog in Cabin Fee $50.00

 Golfing Fees

(prices subject to change without notice)

Description Unit Amount
Per Round 9 Holes $5.00

Swimming Lesson Fees – Life Savings Society

(prices subject to change without notice)

Description Unit Amount
Swim Level – Preschool 3-5 years Weekly $30.00
Swim Level 1-4 Weekly $30.00
Swim Level 5-6 Weekly $30.00
Swim Level 7-10 Weekly $30.00

Rentals/Other Fees

(prices subject to change without notice)

Description Unit Amount
Firewood Per Bundle $10.00
Hall Damage Deposit All Day / Evening $150.00
Hall Rental Daily $150.00
Showers Per Shower $1.00
WiFi Main Campground Daily Free

 

 

  • Aquatic Program / Swimming Lessons
  • Basketball Court
  • Cabin Rental
  • Camping (Electricity, Water, Sewer)
  • Fire Wood
  • Group Camping
  • Hall and/or Shelter Rental
  • Potable Water
  • Racquet Sports - Pickleball
  • Swimming Area - Lake
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Ball Diamonds
  • Beach Area
  • Camp Kitchen / Picnic Shelter
  • Camping (Non-Electrical)
  • Fishing
  • Group Camping (Electric, Water, Sewer)
  • Hiking Trails
  • Public Telephone
  • Sewer Dump Station
  • Washrooms (Modern / Running Water)
  • Barrier Free Areas (Wheelchair Accessible)
  • Boat Launch
  • Camping (Electrical Sites)
  • Concession
  • Golf Course 9 Hole Sand Greens
  • Group Camping with Hall and/or Kitchen
  • Playground
  • Quiet Time Enforced
  • Showers
  • Washrooms (Outhouse)

Camping

There are 30 full service sites with camping kitchen and close to shower and washrooms, 9 RV sites that can accommodate 4 long trailers with pull outs and 30 feet trailers. Nearby store and playground. 6 tenting sites and we also have double and single cabins for rent.


Group Camping

Group camping has 7 full service sites that will accommodate 4 long trailers and 3 small trailers. Close to our hall. Overflow camping area has 8 power only sites. It can accommodate 4 long trailers with pull outs. Overflow is near a camp kitchen and playground.

 

 

 

 

 

Golf

Nine hole sand greens, well maintained. You can either walk the course or take your golf cart.

Swimming

Our main beach is home to a wonderful playground, grassed area with large trees and a buoyed swimming area. Swimming lessons run Monday to Friday for approximately 6 weeks beginning after July 1. On staff we have 2 swimming instructors. We have changed from Red Cross to Life Savings Society.

Playground/Recreation Activities

There are three different playground areas; main beach, group camping area and full service camping area.

Boating and Fishing

Motorized watercrafts are permitted on the lake other than Sunday afternoons from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Hiking/Nature Trails

Many people enjoy walking around the lake on a daily basis at their favorite time of day and at their preferred speed. The park is also a great place to do some bird watching. It is listed as a birding hot spot in J. Frank Roy’s Birds of Elbow, SK. It is recommended that you come early in the season, but even in July a large number of birds can be sighted in an early morning walk around the lake. It is also a great place to observe deer and it is not uncommon to see a doe and her fawn or fawns early in the morning or evening as they abound in the surrounding hills and often come to the lake for water.

Additional Features

There is a fireworks display on July long weekend and on Canada Day we have an annual parade. Decorate your bike, golf cart or car. Prizes to be won!  We also have a dog and bike path running along the back of the main beach.