The park is well known for its nicely treed camp sites, with choices of daily, weekly, monthly, and group camping, as well as non-reserveable sites for those campers who simply drop in for a short stay. Electrified campsites, modern bathrooms with coin operated showers, septic dump station, group camping area (with 30 amp power), hiking trails, Centennial Gazebo, boat launches, fish filleting shack, miniature golf course, concession, mini golf, kayak and paddle boat rentals, playground area, BBQ fire pit rentals, marina, fishing dock, and 9-hole grass greens golf course.
Did You Know? Regional Parks are non-profit organizations who operate from revenues earned by selling Park passes, boat passes, camping and golfing. We get financial help through grants, donations and our contributing partners. We appreciate the support, donations and volunteers from all who use and help out the Parks. It is very important that everyone buys their park passes to enter Regional Parks to help sustain our Parks and allowing the Parks to continue to offer years of recreation for all of us!!
Please stop at the Gatehouse upon your arrival at the park. Purchase or present park and boat passes, check-in for camping, purchase firewood, and gather information here! We are always happy to help! Check-in time 2:00pm and check-out time 11:00am. There will be NO EXCEPTIONS unless approved by Management. If early check-in or late check-out is necessary, please contact us immediately. There may be a $10.00 charge.
The automatic gate arms are opened every morning at 7:00am and locked every night at 10:00pm. Anyone can exit after 10:00pm but you cannot enter the park between the hours of 10:00pm and 7:00am unless you rent an access card. Access cards are for registered campers only and can be rented for $25.00 at the Gatehouse. Upon return of the access card, a refund of $20.00 will be issued.
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 ruffled grouse, to chickadees, blue jays, pleated woodpeckers (one of the largest species of woodpeckers in North America), 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 Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, and British Columbia. Why not join these patrons and enjoy one of Saskatchewan’s own little gems! We look forward to seeing you this season!