Saskatchewan Regional Parks: Park of the Year 2013!
St. Brieux Regional Park runs along the shore of St. Brieux Lake, which is approximately 3 miles long and a half mile wide, connecting to the larger, adjoining Lake Lenore. St. Brieux Lake is spring fed and offers great swimming and excellent fishing for walleye, northern pike, and perch. The campground is lush and beautifully treed with poplar, birch, Saskatoon berry, chokecherry, high bush cranberry, and hazelnut bushes - a berry picker's paradise! Wild raspberry and strawberry bushes are also found along the various nature trails. Wildlife abounds in the park, varying from white tailed deer, chipmunks, squirrels, and ruffed grouse, to chickadees, blue jays, pileated woodpeckers, bald eagles, loons, and pelicans. The park also boasts a well-treed and beautiful nine-hole grass greens golf course with a full service clubhouse. The park enjoys repeat patrons each year from as far away as British Columbia and Newfoundland! Why not join these patrons and enjoy one of Saskatchewan's little gems? We look forward to seeing you this season!
The Town of St. Brieux gives patrons the convenience of being within biking and walking distance of a variety of businesses, including restaurants, grocery stores, hardware stores, gift shops, a Canada Post branch, salon, garage, hotel and bar, gas station with propane services, car wash, financial institution with ATM, movie theater, museum, coin-operated laundry facilities, meat market, and liquor store.
Park / Area History
Established in 1972, St. Brieux Regional Park has, for many years, been the site of family-oriented recreation. On site is the former Roman Catholic Rectory, built circa 1918, with a 1932 addition, and both municipal and Roman Catholic cemeteries attracting both buffs and genealogists. There is also a historic monument to the 1904 settlers of the area, a replica of the first church in St. Brieux, and a cross that marks the church's 25th anniversary celebration. The St. Brieux Museum, which houses artifacts from local early settlers, is only a short walk from the park.
Barrier Free Access
Campsites are levelled and compacted with base and gravel. St. Brieux Regional Park’s Clubhouse and campground washrooms are also wheelchair accessible.