The online reservation system will be opening April 1st, 2022 noon CST.
The "best kept secret in the whole world", (a quote from one of our patrons). Beautiful moments happen every second at Brightsand Lake Regional Park.
Tucked away down a country road, 27 km north and east of St. Walburg, Brightsand is a stunning destination park awaiting discovery. Northern wilderness plays host to a well developed facility, boosting many amenities for outdoor recreation and camping comfort. Spanning 1600 acres across the entire north end of Brightsand Lake, the park offers campsites set in their own piece of forest. Several premium sites are located on their own beach area. Nature lovers, golfers, fishermen and beach lovers will enjoy the serenity and peacefulness of our "family park".
St. Walburg is home to the famous Berthold Von Imhoff art gallery, and a historical museum housed at the end of Main Street in the former Roman Catholic Church of the Assumption. August is the Polka Fest and the Blueberry Festival. St. Walburg offers all the services/amenities a town can offer such as grocery store, gas stations, restaurants, motels, banking facilities, 18 hole grass green golf course and more.
Park / Area History
Founded in 1965, by surrounding communities, Brightsand Lake Regional Park has undergone a gentle evolution, starting out as a meeting point for the local community. Cabin lots and campsites soon became available, and travelers from many areas soon discovered the towering spruce trees, the clear water and sandy, mile long beach of Brightsand Lake. As families moved away, many kept returning for cabin and vacation time, and told their friends, which is why it is a popular summertime retreat.
Barrier Free Access
Washrooms and showers are barrier free, concession entrance features a ramp, and there are many campsites which are open and level.