We encourage campers to use their own bathroom facilities if possible.
Framed by the picturesque traffic bridge on the south and the historical C.N. Rail Bridge on the north, the panoramic view of the South Saskatchewan River is the setting for the Outlook & District Regional Park. Located adjacent to the Town of Outlook, this 100 acre park is able to satisfy the recreational needs of the entire family. The natural beauty of the park, the spacious campsites and the mature golf course make this park a popular spot for family reunions, a weekend getaway or an extended stay. Visit our website to see what the Park, Golf Course and Town have to offer.
The Town of Outlook has a variety of shopping experiences, worship services, banking, repair services, motels, restaurants and gas stations. A laundromat and rental store are available as well. There is also a medical clinic, hospital and an RCMP detachment. Town maps are available at the park entry booth.
The Town of Outlook has a lot to offer - such as the new Van Raay & Community Swimming Pool! There are waterslides, lane swimming, a wading pool area and swim lessons available. The pool is located beside the Jim Kook Rec Complex on the east end of town, which is a quick 2 minute drive from the Park gates. Check out the Town of Outlook website https://townofoutlook.ca/
for more information on the Pool and RecPlex. The Jim Kook RecPlex offers an arena, a four sheet curling rink, a bowling alley and ball diamonds, which are home to the Outlook River Hawks senior baseball team. Downtown Outlook also hosts a local Farmers Market every Friday morning. Across the street from the Farmers Market you will find the Reel Movie Theater playing the latest and greatest shows. The Wheatland Regional Library is located near the school, and finally there is the Kinsmen Park featuring a fun spray park.
Park / Area History
The park was established in 1922, the area has been a recreational site since World War 1. The area had been a recreational site since World War I. The natural terrain of the park along the east bank of the South Saskatchewan River includes some of the oldest stands of elm trees, confirmed by the Canadian Forestry Service to be over 150 years old. The 100 acre site became a regional park in 1961. Campsites and a large picnic area are situated around the elm trees. In 1971 a nine-hole golf course was constructed along the scenic east bank of the South Saskatchewan River. In 1984, 26 new electrical campsites were added with a washroom/shower facility.
From 2000 through 2017 there have been many upgrades to the campground, including 30 amp power service, group camping sites, and updated washroom and shower house facilities.
Barrier Free Access
Campsites: Level grass/gravel. Wheelchair accessible washrooms and showers are available.
Highway 15 runs right through the Town of Outlook, turn west onto Progress Ave from Highway 15 and after a few blocks you will find the Outlook and District Regional Park entry booth.