5 Parks near Pike Lake, Saskatchewan
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Pike Lake. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Pike Lake in the left hand column.
Jul 2015 - $27.00
We stayed in site 197. It was tight to back our 29' trailer in and when we went to pull out it was even tighter with a large 5th wheel parked across from us. No trees in this site. Water and outhouse are close by. We stretched out our water hose to fill our tank. Power hookup only. Grass hadn't been cut in a while in our site. The closest park is outdated so the kids had to go a little further to a nicer park. Showers are free but there's hardly any warm water in the evenings. The kids did swimming lessons in the pool and loved it. The pool has a very shallow end for toddlers and a deep end too, plus a separate pool for the water slide. It's $12 for a family day pass. Would definitely recommend Pike Lake and we are going back again in August and staying in the same site. - Akerr
Aug 2012 - $22.00
Very family friendly park, about 30km from Saskatoon. They do have a 2PM check in time so if you arrive early you will be waiting around. The lake is swimable but a little slough like. We liked our stay and would definitely come back. - Fish dude
May 2011 - $22.00
We camped here on May Long Weekend with friends. We made the reservation in February on the Saskparks website and were able to get a very large double site. We had no problem getting both trailers and our vehicles into the site and still had lots of room leftover. The only problem with the site was they had put one of the fire pits in spot that made it impossible for one trailer to plug in without an extension cord. Ours seemed to be the only double site that had the odd placement for one of the fire pits. They do have a lot of double sites. They are all very nicely treed. Swimming in the lake is not recommended, it is more like a slough but they do have a pool that is open from mid-June to the end of August/beginning of September. It is a very family friendly park with lots and lots of kids on bikes. The pull through sites are very wide open and not private at all. We really liked this park and chose it because of how close it was to Saskatoon. - Saskmom
Aug 2015 - $38.00
Campsite is older. Fences are rusted. Hedges need trimming. Buildings need a new coat of paint.
Sites are level. Hookups are a bit old and could need tightening or replacement. Office staff are there as a summer job, it shows... Lack of enthusiasm, lack of friendliness... Here's your site, here are the rules...
Park is a little out out the way, and some roads to get there could be more rv friendly (bumpy, narrow intersections).
Although they stated they had wifi, I never could pick up any network on 5 differents devices... Of course office staff couldn't help, since it had to do with "tech stuff we don't know how it works".
Would try hard to find another campground if ever in the area again. Otherwise, keep your expectations low, and you'll be happy. - Merveilleuse
Jun 2015 - $36.00
The best campsite you can think of. Very friendly people, nice campsites, WiFi on the site. Nothing but praise. - henny04
Jul 2014 - $40.00
A little out of the way to get to....but pleasant once you get there. Mature area so lots and lots of trees. Beautiful walking area that follows the river valley.Most of the sites have hedges so that you have the impression you are all alone. Clean and well maintained with a little store as well. Overnighters are put into a side by side area that is a little cozy but not bad for 1 night. - SSW69
May 2016 - $28.00
(05/16) The frontage/service road (dirt) off highway 16 was a bit rough, but you're on it for a very short section. Campground roads are level gravel, as are the sites. Sites are good sized - both the back ins as well as the pull thrus. Sites came with bbq stands and picnic tables - no fire rings for campfires (per city ordinance?) Some sites are partial hook ups, others are full. We did a back-in w/e, and used dump on our way out.
Bathrooms were clean, decent water pressure for shower.
Office is also a store with limited groceries and rv supplies, mostly souveniers.
Lots of trees (spruce & cottonwoods) on the property, which after being on the open road for several days was a nice change to see. There were some totally open sites along the back edge for those that need clear sky for satellite. - yesmar
Jul 2015 - $39.00
The first 100 feet after exiting Hwy 16 was rough. Other than that roads were gravel but good. We would definitely stay there again. - gene a
Sep 2014 - $33.00
We stayed at this campground on the way home from a 12,000 mile trip through Alaska and northwest Canada. The 100 yards of dirt road between the highway (Rt, 16, the Yellowhead Highway) and the campground driveway was the roughest road we encountered the entire trip. It had both raised lumps and deep holes. It is reason enough to select a different campground. There are several choices around Saskatoon. And that's too bad, because once you get past that road the campground has a lot going for it. It made us feel relaxed. The sites are wide and well separated by grass, and frequently trees too. The grass was well trimmed, but some of the trees did encroach on the driveways. Most of the sites are adequately long to accomodate a 35 ft. 5th wheel and truck. The rate reflects a 10% AAA discount. - JackSchmotzer
Aug 2016 - $38.00
Newer park, pretty wide open. Gravel road for approximately 1/2 mile to get to park: kicks up alot of dust, and people driving down that road will send dust into park with the right wind.
But grounds are well kept, sites are spacious. Cleanest bathrooms and showers we have seen in a park, top notch. We did not use the pool area. Wifi worked very well from our site and 2 over the air channels are available with an excellent signal. Park tells you on check in that water pressure is high and to use a pressure regulator.
Park is located approximately 12 miles west of Saskatoon right off Hwy 16. - wfd
Jul 2016 - $36.00
This is a new park and looks great. They do have trees now but, of course, they are quite small now. The only complaint we have is with the gravel road, it is quite dusty and some blows into the park. They also charge for the pool $8/person or $14/family. It is small and best suited for kids. There is also a splash park but no hot tub/spa. Wi-fi is free and usable, there is no cable tv but two over-the-air channels. We would come back. - cachencouple
Aug 2015 - $42.00
Stayed two nights in August 2015. Site was perfect for our 29' trailer and F150. All sites are angled perfect to give great shade in the morning. No trees in the sites are the only down side. Free firewood and wifi. If you use the wifi in the morning it's faster. Seems more people use it in the evening and it's slow. Full hookups but you need a pressure regulator if you want to tie in rather than fill your water tank. Clean washrooms and showers. Nice trimmed grass and hardly no bugs. Great little store and close to Saskatoon if you need something they don't have. We stayed in site 15 and we were right beside the nice new playground which the kids enjoyed. Pool and splash park are awesome. $14 for a family day pass. Pool shallow end is 1.2M and deep end is 2M. My 8 and 5 year olds enjoyed both the pool and the splash park. We would recommend this campground and would come back. - Akerr