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Typical of Saskatchewan is the lack of signage and when there are signs the lack of information on them. But if you are on a road that says Grasslands Park is this way, just keep going. When you get to the end the view is...More
Our travel over the years have taken us to 11 national parks across Canada and we had never considered Grasslands. This year we decided to take the road less traveled. We spent a week+ at Frenchman Valley and had a great time. The campground has...More
West side has beautiful views, but I would never return, the roads are horrible, the signage at the park is almost non existent, the maps they give you are way off, almost useless, we were so lost, even the staff told us the maps were...More
The West Bloc is a 5; the East Bloc a 1. Hence my rating of a 3. The West Bloc is simply fabulous. Great hikes, reasonable camping. Note that camping/RV sites are very limited so reservations are recommended. The 'overflow' camping site is enormous. The...More
I've been to West block of Grassland National Park around the end of septembre.
The temperature was still pretty warm ( about 25 ) and I've spent two days there.
I saw the bisons and the prairies dogs colony, I also heard a rattle snake...More
My hubby and I stayed at Grasslands for one night in June 2016, and it was absolutely fantastic. Grasslands National Park was just one stop of many on a cross-country tour (Guelph to Vancouver Island and back) that we did over the course of 3...More
We did the eco tour in the car. Unfortunately there had been some snowfall a few days before and it had frozen so the routes were quite dangerous in parts but we got our alive! Be warned - it's dirt tracks throughout and for most...More
We stayed in a teepee at the Grasslands park and we loved it. There were wooden benches all along the side of the very large teepee. You can rent a cot but we slept on our pads with our sleeping bags. There was a gas...More
Recently I had the pleasure of traveling in southern Saskatchewan to take pictures. What an enjoyable tour. The roads are no hell, but the photographic opportunities more than make up for it, and the people I had the pleasure of conversing with were top drawer....More
We had the pleasure of visiting Grasslands National Park in southern Saskatchewan and were very pleasantly surprised. This is a park that people definitely are going out of their way to get to and it showed, judging by the number of visitors on the day...More