2 RV Parks near North Battleford, Saskatchewan
May 2013 - $30.00
This park was just opening, and during the winter had lost it's office to fire, so there was no registration, WiFi, and other amenities available. The water at the sites were turned on but the setup at each of the sites was wacky. Water was on one side 20 ft away, electric might be on the other side in the trees. We actually had to move twice to find sites that had hookups within reach of our hoses and cords (and we had extra). There is a huge grassy area that is great for running around or exercising dogs. I would recommend it for overnight stay if on route to western Canada. - chillyvt
May 2012 - $25.00
Nice location on the outskirts of town. Run by the city. Friendly staff. Brought us a newspaper! Clean and nice cared-for grounds. Close to town. Sites a bit soggy in the rain. Need a long hose for water at some sites. Wi-Fi spotty. Would stay here again. - rvbravo2
Jul 2017 - $40.00
Pleasantly surprised and happy with our stay. The park is easily accessed and the sites are large enough that you are not in close proximity to your neighbor. Hook ups and services were reached easily, and worked reliably. Quiet area with little traffic from the bordering neighborhood. Great walk down to Town of Battleford Flats and the Fort Battleford Historical Site is right next door. Short trip to shopping. A good place to stay and will stay here again. - Riptorn
Sep 2016 - $35.00
What a nice campground. Large, flat, grassy sites with fire ring and picnic table. Lots of trees give good shade. The hook-ups were good. Some sites were just a pull-out along the camp road, others were back-in. The bathroom near our site was new and oh, so nice. Big, clean and very nice.
Fort Battleford is next to the park and is a very nice National Monument. Good docents, nice displays and nicely-restored buildings.
Town is also a pleasant walk with a grocery store, an ice cream shop (who could want more?) and other stores.
We would definitely return. - swike
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Right next to the very historic Fort Battleford RCMP stockade - well worth a visit.
Like any prairie town in the summer, be prepared for mosquitoes.
Note you might be sharing a fresh water riser with another site and it may be 2 hose lengths away, but the campground will lend you a drinking water hose if you don't have a second one and supplies a Y-valve to split the water riser between two sites. - User3527