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2 RV Parks near Carlyle, Saskatchewan
Jul 2013 - $25.00
Small campground near the city's pool and ballfields. Some sites wooded, some open. Showers and restrooms at the nearby city pool. Looks like it would be a great place for families in the summer with the pool nearby. We overnighted here and would do so again. - MsLucy
Aug 2008 - $20.00
Fee includes entry to swimming pool. Rest rooms and showers at the pool--but dedicated for Campground use. Some distance from campground to pool. There is a dump station available. I would stay here again. - User3761
Jun 2018 - $30.00
Moose Mountain Provincial Park - Fish Creek Campground B - June 12-14, 2018 @ $30.00 CAD plus taxes Typical provincial campground, most sites have power; only a few are full service. We did not make advance reservations due to the time of year. Entrance staff were very helpful. No wireless provided but cell phone service was good. It was not very busy so we really enjoyed the quiet. Well treed, very clean service center, free firewood, free dump station. Golfed for two days at nearby White Bear Golf Course. - Richard B
Sep 2017 - $30.00
This is a lovely park with good hiking trails. We stayed at Lynwood campground, which has a small children's play area. Highway 9 was slightly audible, but not at all bothersome. Our site was not level. There was power but no water on site. We needed an extension cord to reach the power outlet. But it was a nice site with bush separating it from other sites. We could barely see the neighbours. Self-registration was difficult after dark when there was no light at the kiosk. I visited the washrooms before their daily cleaning and they were a little dirty. There were not many campers in late September. We stayed two nights and would go back. - Ian in Nelson
Aug 2017 - $40.00
We stayed here 5 years ago but don't remember the beach in such a mess. The beach is covered in goose droppings which they just rake into the sand GROSS. The water is green with algae blooms although not a fault of the park. As with all Saskatchewan Provincial Park there is free firewood available. - Fun finders