- May long weekend - September long weekend
- Park Entry:
- $10.00 per day
- Payment Information:
- Cash, Cheque, Interac, Visa, MasterCard accepted.
- 49.11471 -102.98574
Immerse yourself in everything nature has to offer! Our Woodlawn Park has been redesigned after the flood of 2011 and provides the ideal camping experience, whether you have a 50-foot RV or a 2-man tent. Fish or canoe the calming Souris River, catch a night time live show at the Souris Valley Theatre, enjoy a local game of football. soccer, or baseball, reunite with loved ones in 2 rental halls, swing away on the gorgeous 18 hole Estevan Woodlawn Golf Course or simply enjoy the relaxing environment as you lose yourself in our well-treed RV Park. You can take a stroll down Preddy Trails or work out at Fresh Air Fitness, our outdoor fitness area. If you brought your pooch along you can also utilize our off-leash Dog Park. Our Boundary Dam Park opened in 2009, and has been the fastest growing recreation site in Saskatchewan. It is the only place to catch Large Mouth Bass in Saskatchewan. You can enjoy a day on the water in your own boat or rent a canoe/kayak/paddle boat and enjoy the reservoir, or just relax on our sandy beach. We offer a concession/convenience store, an excellent boat launch, and professional beach volleyball courts, a new regulation 3on3 basketball pad all while you stay in full service spacious and well treed campsites during your visit.
Gas stations, grocery stores, hospital and RCMP. The city of Estevan is only minutes away from both parks.
The nearby city of Estevan offers numerous things to do. You can tour the local Coal Mines, visit the local Art Gallery & Museum. We have a bowling alley, theatre, leisure complex, many different restaurants and retail stores to meet all your needs. During the camping season, the locals sell their wares at the Estevan Farmers Market held in the Shoppers Mall Parking Lot.
Park / Area History
Used regularly as a summer hot spot since homesteaders first arrived, the Souris River has always been a favorite to the locals of this corner of Saskatchewan! In 1962 the park opened as Woodlawn Regional Park and began to offer excellent experiences to tourists and local people alike. Being located close to the U.S. border we have travelers from all over the world. In 2011 unimaginable flooding swept through the region and all but wiped out our Woodlawn Souris Park. However, with the help of a generous and dedicated community Woodlawn reopened its gates for the 2013 season at our Souris River location and expanded with an additional park at our Boundary Dam location and we are better than ever before!
Barrier Free Access
Barrier free washrooms, showers and RV camping.