- May long weekend - September 30
- Park Entry:
- $10.00 per day.
- Payment Information:
- Cash, Cheque, Interac, MasterCard & Visa accepted.
- 50.87763 -106.92766
Palliser Regional Park is located 8 km S.W. of Riverhurst on the East side of Lake Diefenbaker. Centrally located between Moose Jaw, Saskatoon and Swift Current. Clear water and sandy shores make this lake the perfect place for swimming, fishing and boating. Palliser Regional Park is a family friendly destination with a pool, aquatic program, modern shower house, laundry, concession, golf course and so much more. At Rusty's Coulee Marina you will find a store with bait, fishing license vendor, groceries, soft ice cream, marine supplies, a first-class boat launch, and just about anything else you will need for your day on the lake. Campsites vary from non-serviced to full service. Bookings are done online at www.palliserregionalpark.com. Throughout July and August there is a Farmers Market every Saturday from 10am to 2pm, featuring local fresh produce and crafts; every Sunday is our famous Lions Pancake Breakfast from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. The Mainstay Inn has hotel/motel, cabin rentals, first class restaurant, and teams up with the Sage View Golf Course to offer golf and stay packages.
Riverside Inn-The Inn - is conveniently located on Riverhurst's Main Street directly across from Kitely Park and Playground. The Inn offers a bar with food service, ATM, and rooms.
Riverhurst Campground - Open from May long weekend to September 30. Hutton House Bed and Breakfast - (306) 353-0032. J.N. Millers Service - service station/grocery store/postal outlet/ATM. Riverhurst is only a 5-mile drive from the park. Located 30 km away in Central Butte is Palliser Plains Co-op offering hardware, gas/propane, some camping supplies, ATM machine, Central Butte Fine Foods Grocery, post office, CIBC and Conexus banks.
Park / Area History
Incorporated in 1962, Palliser Regional Park is along Lake Diefenbaker. It is named for Captain John Palliser; the surveyor hired by the British government to explore and survey the area. His maps and field notes indicate that the park is located at the apex of what is now called the Palliser Triangle.
Barrier Free Access
Wheelchair accessible washrooms and showers are available and the concession is wheelchair accessible.