Hudson Bay Regional Park

Listed in Hudson Bay Campsites.

Hudson Bay Regional Park
Box 69
Hudson Bay, SK S0E 0Y0
(306) 865-2263
(306) 865-4144

The Hudson Bay Regional Park located 2 km south of town has much to offer the tourist all year round. The junction of the Fir, Red Deer and Etomami Rivers is adjacent to the Park and this junction is the site of the remnants of a 300 year old fort. Close to the Park is a tobogganing hill which is popular with the townspeople. All in all, the Regional Park has much to enjoy for both young and old during any season of the year. The Ruby Lake Recreation site was added to the Hudson Bay Regional Park in 2002. This provides a lake for recreational boating, a beach, swimming area, playground, picnic sites, 2-30amp sites, 2-15amp sites, and 5 unserviced sites. Swimming, sailing, windsurfing, water skiing, wakeboarding, tubing, canoeing and kayaking are popular recreational pastimes during the summer season.

Camping - The Regional Park also has camping facilities, picnic areas, a playground and many recreation facilities. The camping area consists of 30 electrical sites, including some with 30 amp services. It also consists of 6 tenting pads, central RV sewage disposal, drinking water and new showers and washroom facilities.

Picnic Sites - Picnic Sites can be found along the river's edge at the "Springs" surrounding the playground area. There is also a covered camp kitchen.

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Hudson Bay Regional Park
Box 69,
Hudson Bay,
Saskatchewan,
Canada,
S0E 0Y0

Telephone: (+001) 306-865-4144

Fax: (+001) 306-865-2800

Website

Hudson Bay Regional Park may be a suitable property if you are looking to stay near Porcupine Plain, Chelan, Endeavour, Arborfield, Carrot River, Aylsham, Preeceville, Sturgis, Lintlaw or Kelvington.