Last Mountain

Park Info

Season:
May 5 - September 23
Park Entry:
$10.00 per day.
Payment Information:
Cash, Cheque, Interac, Visa & MasterCard accepted
GPS:
51.35374 -105.21774
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Park Description

Last Mountain Regional Park is situated at the north end of Last Mountain Lake, inside the oldest bird sanctuary in North America and home to thousands of birds. The park is a family friendly destination that includes an outdoor pool, aquatic program, nine hole sand green golf course, shower house, laundry and a new concession! The park offers seasonal and daily camping and also has privately owned cabins. The lake is a great place for fishing and water sports.


Local Services

Towns of Govan offers a grocery store/liquor vendor, bank (ATM) and a hotel/restaurant. At the Town of Nokomis you will find a grocery store, bank (ATM), pharmacy/liquor vendor, gas station, hardware store, hotel and 3 restaurants. The Town of Nokomis and Semans both have museums.


Park / Area History

According to the oral history of the Plains Cree, the hills to the east of Duval were the last things the Great Spirit built during creation; the name Last Mountain Lake commemorates that tradition. One of the oldest parks in the system, it was established in 1963 after three years of talks between the Govan Nokomis Fish and Game League and the province. There are now five local governments that provide funding. In 2013, we celebrated our 50th Anniversary as a park.

Policies

Persons camping in the park must be 19 years of age or older, unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.  Dogs must be leashed at all times and owners must pick up their dogs waste. No dogs are allowed on beach, playground and pool areas.  Golf carts must be registered with the park.  Golf cart drivers must hold a valid drivers licence. Quiet time is from 11:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. LMRP water is non-potable. Potable water is available at the concession. Alcohol Ban in effect for May Long Weekend.

Half price camping from May 5 – June 22 (excluding May Long Weekend) and August 19 to the end of the season.

 Events

Description Date Amount
Canada Day Celebration July 1 TBA
Harry Hine Memorial Golf Tournament July 11 TBA
Bob Hawes Memorial Fun Fish Day July 14 TBA

Camping Fees

(prices subject to change without notice)

Description Unit Amount
30 Amp Daily $28.00
30 Amp Seasonally $1750.00
50 Amp Daily $35.00
Non Serviced Daily $20.00

 Swimming Fees

(prices subject to change without notice)

Description Unit Amount
Adult Entry Daily $6.00
Adult Entry 2 Weeks $55.00
Adult Entry Seasonally $80.00
Family Pass (Max 6 People) Daily $15.00
Family Pass (Max 6 People) 2 Weeks $120.00
Family Pass (Max 6 People) Seasonally $150.00
Family Swim Pass 1 Week $75.00
Lane Swim Daily $6.00
Lane Swim 10 Passes $50.00
Lane swim – with seasonal pass Free $0.00
Preschool Entry (4-6 Years) Daily $3.00
Preschool Entry (4-6 Years) 2 Weeks $40.00
Preschool Entry (4-6 Years) Seasonally $50.00
Student Entry (18 & under) Daily $5.00
Student Entry (18 & under) 2 Weeks $50.00
Student Entry (18 & under) Seasonally $75.00
Bronze Class Book Per Lesson $40.00
Bronze Cross Per Lesson $100.00
Bronze Medallion Per Lesson $100.00
Duck – with season pool pass Per Lesson $30.00
Duck – without pool pass Per Lesson $35.00
Level 1 – 3 – with season pool pass Per Lesson $45.00
Level 1 – 3 – without pool pass Per Lesson $50.00
Level 4 – 6 – with season pool pass Per Lesson $55.00
Level 4 – 6 – without pool pass Per Lesson $60.00
Level 7 – 10 – with season pool pass Per Lesson $60.00
Level 7 – 10 – without pool pass Per Lesson $65.00
Salamander – with season pool pass Per Lesson $45.00
Salamander – without pool pass Per Lesson $50.00
Sea Otter – with season pool pass Per Lesson $45.00
Sea Otter – without pool pass Per Lesson $50.00
Sea Turtle – with season pool pass Per Lesson $45.00
Sea Turtle – without pool pass Per Lesson $50.00
Starfish – with season pool pass Per Lesson $30.00
Starfish – without pool pass Per Lesson $35.00
Sunfish – with season pool pass Per Lesson $45.00
Sunfish – without pool pass Per Lesson $50.00
Session 1 Swimming Lesson July 2 – July 13 TBA
Session 2 Swimming Lesson July 16 – July 27 TBA
Session 3 Swimming Lesson July 30 – August 3 TBA
Session 4 Swimming Lesson August 6 – August 10 TBA
Session 5 Swimming Lesson August 13 – August 17 TBA

Golfing Fees

(prices subject to change without notice)

Description Unit Amount
9 Holes Daily $5.00
Adult Membership Seasonally $60.00
Family Membership Seasonally $100.00
Youth Membership Seasonally $50.00

Rentals/Other Fees

(prices subject to change without notice)

Description Unit Amount
Adapter Deposit $40.00
Boat Dock Daily $10.00
Boat Dock Seasonally $50.00
Family Rec Package – Pool, Golf & Rec Program Seasonally $300.00
Firewood Per Bundle $10.00
Firewood 3 Bundles $25.00
Hall Deposit – Credit card required when booking hall
Picnic Hall Rental Daily $150.00
Picnic Hall Rental Weekend $300.00
Picnic Hall Rental – Camping Daily $20.00
Picnic Hall Rental – Meeting Daily $25.00
Rec Hall Rental Per Day $70.00
Recreation Program Daily $10.00
Recreation Program 2 Weeks $70.00
  • Aquatic Program / Swimming Lessons
  • Beach Area
  • Camping (Electrical Sites)
  • Cell Phone Service
  • Fish Filleting
  • Golf Course 9 Hole Sand Greens
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Playground
  • Security
  • Swimming Area
  • Washrooms (Outhouse)
  • Ball Diamonds
  • Boat Launch
  • Camping (Non-Electrical)
  • Concession
  • Fishing
  • Group Camping with Hall and/or Kitchen
  • Pet Friendly
  • Quiet Time Enforced
  • Sewer Dump Station
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Barrier Free Areas (Wheelchair Accessible)
  • Camp Kitchen / Picnic Shelter
  • Camping Seasonal
  • Fire Wood
  • Geocaching
  • Hall and/or Shelter Rental
  • Picnic Tables
  • Recreation Program (Supervised)
  • Showers
  • Washrooms (Modern / Running Water)

Camping

The campground includes 4 – 50 amp sites, 103 – 30 amp sites and 4 non-serviced/tenting sites (30 of the 30 amp sites are designated seasonal sites).  All sites have picnic tables and barbeque pits.  All are located within easy distance of the shower house, laundry facility, concession, playground and beach.  Portable toilets and water taps are situated throughout the campground.  Firewood is available for purchase at the gate office.


Group Camping

The park also has a picnic hall for rent that can be used for reunions, weddings or other events. There is a full kitchen and indoor seating area. Both serviced and non-serviced camping is available at picnic hall area, for an extra cost.

 

 

 

 

Golf

The beautifully groomed nine hole sand green course is an excellent course for any golfer. Golf carts are allowed.

Swimming

A great heated outdoor pool with a diving board, change rooms and showers.  The pool is open mid-June to mid-August (weather permitting).  Five sets of lessons are offered throughout the summer as well as a Bronze Medallion and Bronze Cross class.  Public swimming is held daily, times will vary through the season.  Lane swim is offered Monday – Friday.  There is also a beach if you prefer to swim in the lake, no lifeguard on duty at the beach.

Playground/Recreation Activities

There is a recreation program offered throughout the summer, with many activities for children.  The park has play areas situated at the beach as well as throughout the cabin area.  There are two ball diamonds as well as lots of green space!

Boating and Fishing

The park is equipped with a boat launch, large parking area and fish filleting shack. There are pike, perch, walleye, whitefish and carp in the lake. The lake is excellent for fishing and is known for Catching the BIG ONE!  It is a great area for water sports. Watercraft such as jet skis are permitted in the park and must operate north of the cabins or south of the boat launch only.  Fishing off the shore is allowed south of the boat launch.  There is a seasonal or daily fee for use of the boat launch.

Hiking/Nature Trails

The park is home to the only migratory bird banding station in Saskatchewan. The station is open in May, as well as August and September.  The park is excellent for bird watching. The park is also next door to the Canadian Wildlife headquarters which offers a self guided driving or walking tour of the north end of the lake.