Lac Pelletier

Park Info

May 14 - September 13, 2020
Park Entry:
$10.00 per day, $20.00 for 3 day entry.
Payment Information:
Cash, Cheque, Interac, Visa and MasterCard accepted.
49.98391 -107.92561
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Covid-19 Notice

Lac Pelletier Board approved at their April meeting following the Saskatchewan Provincial Parks policy and procedures regarding the opening of the Park for the 2020 season. As such, we have posted messaging on our Facebook page and web site that the Park is closed until May 31st, 2020 and that we are cautiously optimistic that this is just a delay in the opening of our 2020 season.

Park Description

Lac Pelletier is a GREAT place to visit for camping, golfing, and fishing. Lac Pelletier is a natural spring fed lake and offers something for everyone, young and old. Have children? Take them to the playground or swimming on the beaches. Bring your bikes and go biking.

Are you an adult who likes to camp but does not boat or swim? Go for a walk on the walking path from the north to the south end of the lake, or climb to the top of the hills and see a fantastic view of the valley. There is nothing like watching the spectacular sunset or just sitting around your campfire at night.

Do not feel like cooking? Clancy's Licensed Restaurant/Convenience Store will make you a great meal and restock your cupboards with the necessities.

Lac Pelletier Golf Club offers you a nine-hole golf course with watered fairways and grass greens. The clubhouse is licensed. Enjoy a game of pickleball or mini-golf.

Rent the Community Hall for a wedding, anniversary, or reunion.

Come to the Farmers' Market every Saturday from 10:00am to 1:00pm at the Park Office from May long to September long weekends.

This is a terrific location, camp and enjoy.

Local Services

Shopping centres, laundry facilities, casino, restaurants, fast food, gas stations, liquor store, theatre, hospital and RCMP are located 50 km away at Swift Current.

Park / Area History

Lac Pelletier, named after Norbert Pelletier, a Metis who held the first land grant in the vicinity before 1900, has long been recognized as a sweet oasis on the prairies. Buffalo hunting, abundant whitefish and open range are part of the history that makes up the beautiful Lac Pelletier Regional Park. Picture the sod house that once stood at the restful camping sites of the Point. It was here that the Lemire family was raised. They rented boats and supplied the local Swift Current store with fish. Better yet, imagine a cave at the southern end of the lake that was home to a French priest who taught catechism and the Cree language to the locals.

The sandy beach on the east side of the lake was once home to a circular tearoom, dance hall, change house and confectionary. The McLaughlins are credited with the resorts early beginnings, later owned by the Quankenbush family and finally the Darling family. The Darling family planted trees and continued landscaping the park.

The Regional Park was established in November 1964 and attributes its success to the volunteers and neighbors who helped it grow.

Barrier Free Access

Campsites: Level grass/gravel. Wheelchair accessible washrooms and showers are available.

Additional Features

The Park offers a Children's Program during July and August.


To rent a campsite, you must be 19 years of age.


Description Date Amount
Par 3 Golf Tournament June 20 TBA
Canada Day Fireworks June 30 TBA
Canada Day Breakfast/Parade July 1 TBA
LP Seniors Activity Club Fundraiser/Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund Golf Tournament July 4 TBA
Texas Scramble/Par-Tee on the Deck July 11 TBA
Craft & Bake Sale/Shake the Lake July 18 TBA
Men’s Open Golf Tournament July 25 TBA
Women’s Open Golf Tournament August 8 TBA
Family Fun Festival August 15 TBA
2 Person Mixed Triathlon Golf Tournament August 22 TBA
Club Championship Golf Tournament August 29 TBA

Camping Fees

(prices subject to change without notice)

Description Unit Amount
30 Amp and Water Daily $35.00
30 Amp and Water Weekly $210.00
30 Amp and Water Monthly $840.00
30 Amp, Water and Sewer Daily $45.00
30 Amp, Water and Sewer Weekly $270.00
30 Amp, Water and Sewer Monthly $1080.00
50 Amp, Water and Sewer Daily $50.00
50 Amp, Water and Sewer Weekly $300.00
50 Amp, Water and Sewer Monthly $1200.00
Micro Chalet Daily $60.00
Micro Chalet Weekly $360.00
Micro Chalet Monthly $1440.00

 Golfing Fees

(prices subject to change without notice)

Description Unit Amount
9 Hole Round Daily $22.00
18 Hole Round Daily $40.00
Youth (13-16) 9 Hole $16.00
Youth (Under 12) 9 Hole $11.00
Adult Weekly (Mon – Thurs) Weekly $300.00
Single Membership Seasonally $450.00
Student Membership Seasonally $200.00
Youth Membership (Under 12) Seasonally $150.00
Punch Card Seasonally $220.00
Cart Rental -9 Holes Per Rider $14.00
Cart Rental – 18 Holes Per Rider $25.00
Trackage Seasonally $150.00
Trackage Daily $14.00

Rentals/Other Fees

(prices subject to change without notice)

Description Unit Amount
Park Entry – Daily Daily $10.00
Park Entry – 3 Day 3 Day $20.00
Tent for Rental – size 40 ft x 60 ft with 20 ft extensions to make 80 ft or 100 ft long x 40 ft wide (For use in the Park) TBA Please contact park office
Boat Trailer Storage/Launch Fee Seasonally $20.00
Golf Cart Registration Fee Seasonally $25.00
Laundromat Seasonal
Firewood Seasonal



  • Aquatic Program / Swimming Lessons
  • Beach Area
  • Camp Kitchen / Picnic Shelter
  • Camping (Electricity, Water, Sewer)
  • Fire Wood
  • Geocaching
  • Golf Course Club House (No Food Service)
  • Group Camping
  • Hall and/or Shelter Rental
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Museum and/or Historical Site
  • Picnic Tables
  • Public Telephone
  • Restaurant
  • Showers
  • Washrooms (Modern / Running Water)
  • Ball Diamonds
  • Boat Launch
  • Camping (Electrical Sites)
  • Camping Seasonal
  • Fish Filleting
  • Golf Course 9 Hole Grass Greens
  • Golf Course Pro Shop
  • Group Camping (Electric, Water, Sewer)
  • Hiking Trails
  • Licensed Establishment
  • Outdoor Theatre / Stage
  • Playground
  • Quiet Time Enforced
  • Security
  • Swimming Area
  • Washrooms (Outhouse)
  • Barrier Free Areas (Wheelchair Accessible)
  • Cabin Rental
  • Camping (Electricity and Water)
  • Cell Phone Service
  • Fishing
  • Golf Course Club House (Licensed)
  • Groceries and Supplies
  • Group Camping (Electrical Sites)
  • Horseshoe Pits
  • Mini Golf
  • Pet Friendly
  • Potable Water
  • Racquet Sports - Pickleball
  • Sewer Dump Station
  • Volleyball Court


The Park has four campgrounds with 30amp power/water, two are 30amp full-service, and one is 50amp full-service.  The Park has 3 micro chalets (camping cottages) which are situated in the core area close to washrooms, and provide 15amp power, mini-fridge, table and benches, 2 or 3 queen beds, propane barbecue with side burner, picnic table, and fire pit.

Group Camping

We have two group camping areas used for large gatherings. Pioneer has 8 full-service sites and The Corral has 12 power/water sites.






Nine hole, par 35 golf course with watered fairways and grass greens. There are club and cart rentals. The clubhouse is licensed and has an attached hall which can be rented and is a terrific location for weddings, family reunions, and anniversaries.

  • 9 Hole Grass Greens
  • Yardage Markers
  • Clubhouse
  • Dining / Catering Nearby
  • Snack Bar
  • Club Rentals
  • Cart Rentals
  • Soft Spikes
  • Marshall (Weekends)
  • Licensed Lounge / Beverage Cart
  • Outdoor Patio
  • Tee Time Reservations
  • Putting Green


There are two beaches: Ona’s Beach (south) and Darlings Beach (centre). The park offers swimming lessons for 2 weeks in July through the Canadian Red Cross or Lifesaving Society.

Playground/Recreation Activities

Besides swimming, golfing, and mini golf, the park offers three playgrounds, horseshoes, pickleball courts and biking.

Boating and Fishing

Enjoy water skiing, tubing, wakeboarding, and great fishing for Perch, Walleye and Pike.

Hiking/Nature Trails

Trails lead into the hills and along the waterfront.  A walking path runs from the north end to the south end of the lake.

Mini Golf

The 18 hole mini-golf features fountains, bridges, and ponds.