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Date Visited: May 2021

At Moosomin Regional Park in Moosomin, Saskatchewan we stayed on lot #432, the nearest lot to one of the playground. We found this campground last minute when we decided to cross Manitoba a day early because it was the closest to the border. We stayed here for 2 nights and the kids really had a blast. The park was nearly empty because it is May and the weather is still pretty cold.

Unlike the provincial parks in Ontario, this provincial park has fully opened showers (no mask requirement in the showers) and all the playgrounds (4 of them) are open.  Even though it was only 5 degrees celsius and cloudy for most of our first day here, the kids spent almost the entire day outside going from one playground to the next. The campground also had a beautiful beach as well as many docks to fish from.


There was also a trail system that you could either bike or hike. We decided to bike them, since I figured it would be pretty flat, being in the prairies. But we were wrong, it was tough! There were lots of hills that we had to walk our bikes because it was too steep for Caleb and also for me pulling the girls in the trailer. It was the first time I biked anywhere other than a road (this was grass, in a little forest) and I loved it! It was also a great workout!


The only downfall to this campground was that the sites were quite close together (compared to an Ontario provincial park) however, this wasn't an issue on a Sunday in May as half of the sites were empty.



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