5 RV 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 The closest park is outdated so the kids had to go a little further to a nicer park.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 2018 - $43.00
Very nice, popular urban park close to the city's extensive, paved riverside trail system. The campsites were close but they had nice vegetation privacy screens. Pro tip: do not drive on the grass, not even a little bit! Also, pay for your site first before parking. Management is passionate about both these points. Nice playground, but the campground regulations could read a little more kid friendly. One rule said bicycles must use bike racks and cannot simply be laid on the ground. Not sure if that rule is enforced. - Diana808
Jul 2018 - $33.00
We were looking for a place to stay that would be convenient to downtown Saskatoon to attend the jazz festival. We're self-contained and don't use the facilities except for an occasional shower. We stayed on a weeknight in late June in our 8 meter (25 foot) MH. This is a very nice urban CG, convenient to downtown Saskatoon. The management is helpful and friendly. The campsites are relatively large and quite close together. However, the hedges and greenery create a sense of privacy. The sites are gravel and mostly level. The electric and water hookups work well. Caution on high water pressure - use a pressure regulator. The park was clean and meticulously maintained. The showers were clean with ample hot water and water pressure. There was park wifi with varying speeds at different times of day. We have good ATT and Verizon coverage while roaming on Rogers service. - dsvt
Jun 2018 - $40.00
Very clean, well maintained CG. Sites are nicely treed, providing privacy and shade. Good space between sites. Showers, bathrooms, laundry facilities were all very clean and well maintained. Playground areas for children looked popular. On site staff were helpful and informative. Our site was quite level and no problems reaching hook ups. We backed into site, and had ample room to park our tow vehicle and dolly in front of site. We paid to have portable waste dump service which went smoothly. Booked site over telephone with no problems. CG roads were smooth and wide. City street approaching CG is quite rough! Stayed 5 nights and would definitely stay again. - Bunners
Jul 2017 - $33.00
The 100 yards of potholes are still there when arriving, an apparent victim of road construction in the area, but can be negotiated with patience. The interior roads are also rough. Our site's sewer was uncapped, unthreaded and plugged up. The park had robust WiFi, full hookups including 50 amp service and pull throughs, okay for an overnight stay. Satellite TV is blocked by trees at most sites. - Mtmoi
Jul 2016 - $30.00
We have stayed here in the past & have always had a good experience. The sites are large. Lots of pull through sites for big rigs. The bathrooms are old but kept clean. Free showers with lots of hot water! No fires which we like. Hook ups are in good condition. Lots of grass. A very good value for the dollar. The frontage road you come in on is rough for about 100 metres but park owner has no control over the road maintenance so should not be reflection on park. - hjbondo
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 2018 - $46.00
All fees are in Cdn $ and exclude the tax. A very large (approximately 150 sites), structured CG with all RV parked in rows. Mainly pull through sites although some back-in sites were available along the perimeter. The sites are level, gravel about 65' long and wide enough for a big rig with opposing slides. Convenient from Hwy 16 but along a short, washboard gravel road that in dry weather is extremely dusty and I imagine in wetter conditions is very muddy - not the CG fault or responsibility. The interior roads of the campground are dirt and gravel. Power and water services located towards the rear of the site in a site numbered utility post. Water pressure is apparently very high and they recommend using a regulator when bringing this to your attention at registration. The sewer drop was located more to the centre of the length of the site. A fire pit & new picnic bench table are also provided but only wood purchased at their campground may be burned. Pay for showers are available at $2 (Cdn) for four minutes and there is a small pool that we did not use. This is available between 11am - 8pm but had a price tag of $8 per adult. I believe there was a daily family tag for about $14. Both charges seem a little steep when paying to stay here in the first place. Wi-Fi is included in the price and you are given an access code valid for the duration of your stay. It did work pretty well for checking emails or browsing. The grass is very neatly manicured but to our surprise at about 2pm in the afternoon we were asked to move in order to allow the irrigation system 30 minutes watering the grass. I noticed a little later that several families where huddled under the overhang of their 5er or between the hitch and tow-ball of their TT. Apparently, there is a $250 fine applied directly to your CC if found to have driven on their grass. - Hutch333id
Jul 2018 - $46.00
Stayed here for 2 nights as a break while travelling across Canada - large park with mainly big rigs. Park is off the main highway and on a dusty road, we were met at reception by staff who flagged us down to stop and proceeded to write down our registration numbers. Husband came back from paying with a long list of rules; mainly about the appearance and upkeep of the park, a few that I had never encountered before such as no dropping sunflower seeds on grass, no driving on grass or a $250 fine would be added to your credit card, no home built sewer supports etc. We had an end site which was nice and all sites that I saw were pull through. Site was level and had grass at either side. We saw that there was a pool at the campground and really wanted to use it after our long drive - however, there was an extra charge of $8 per adult to use the pool. I think this is a lot of money and not one I expected. On our 2nd day around 2pm we were sitting on the grassed area enjoying a drink and some peace and quiet - we were asked to move inside so the grass could be watered for 1/2 an hour. I am sure there are other times when this could be one including the early morning or evening. Campground has some young trees planted and will be much more private when these grow. The sites are in uniform rows with spaces for approx 150 rigs. We were advised that water pressure was high and to use a regulator. However, this reduced the shower flow quite significantly. - DianeH
Jun 2018 - $30.00
This is one of the nicest parks in Canada. If you are going to Alaska or RVing across Canada, this is the place to stay. I'm pretty sure you won't regret it!! Very new and clean. - John and Linda from Knoxville TN