Stewart Valley Saskatchewan Campgrounds
3 RV Parks near Stewart Valley, Saskatchewan
Aug 2017 - $40.00
August 28, Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park, Kyle, Saskatchewan, Canada - $40 which includes a $10 daily fee, 525 sites located in five campgrounds - Bearpaw, Sagebrush, Nighthawk and Riverside. Site -R36 with electric, showers in the park, playground, bathhouses, beach volleyball court and swimming in Lake Diefenbaker. This campground is located on route 4 north of Swift Current but do not follow your GPS. Ours tried to take us on four dirt roads but we turned around after a mile and continued on route 4. Once you go over the bridge that crosses Lake Diefenbaker the entrance is on the right. There is a golf course and a couple of private campgrounds there plus a boat dock. Continue down the road and you pass all the campgrounds in the Provincial Park. The entrance station is at the beginning of the road near the golf course. We were in the Riverside Campground which is at the end of the paved road then you turn right on a dirt road and the sites are next to each other. Our site R36 was well shaded, electric with a fire pit and picnic table. It was located right on the lake and you could walk three steps from our site to swim or fish in the most popular fishing lake in Saskatchewan. There was a playground, bathhouse but no showers in this section but showers are found in some of the other campgrounds in the park which are close by. This park sits looking out over steep hills, the lake and the prairie. It used to be a steamboat landing and ferry crossing on the historic Battleford Trail. This was a one night stopover for us and we did enjoy it even though the temperature was in the mid 90's. - gsnakehill
Jul 2017 - $43.00
It is a beautiful park. You drive the prairie fields and then out of no where: valleys and hills. Extremely dry here, not sure if this is the norm. Fire hazards listed extreme but no bans thus far. My only complaint was upon entering and the lack of information provided regarding what direction to enter your site from, and no guidance on the best option for filling fresh water tanks. There are no directional signs indicating direction. We entered incorrectly and couldn't turn around. Approached the site in the wrong direction. Blocked single lane roadways to fill water tanks. All this could have been avoided with proper information upon entering and registering. Sadly our site was extremely difficult to maneuver the 5th wheel. After several attempts and 5 folks to help we ended up backing into the site.
Our rig also received scraps and minor damage from overhanging tree branches. These pull through are in a U-Shape with trees, trunks and bushes to the roadside which is an added obstacle to park around. There are pull through that are more along side the road and free of obstacles. The back ins are actually better options for the larger trailers.
So far 2 electrical power outages and several hours without power. Park got overloaded with too many A/C's working at the same time. Once the power was up, we were advised not to run A/C for the remainder of the weekend. That was an uncomfortable night of sleeping. Never got advised as to when we could resume full usage, no signage was posted as to the status of the situation, so the communication was very poor.
Love the amenities here. The water is calm, great for boaters, etc. Beach and sand very nice. Firepits are very good for cooking and simple enjoyment. Lots of space for play. Great playgrounds for the little ones. Very few showers for the size of the park, however with good timing you can have your shower at your leisure. Tons of flush toilets located at every corner, no worries there. - Tanys Sweets
Aug 2011 - $22.00
Sagebrush. Great lake campground. Spacious sites that are well treed. We were told we were in a full hookup site, (no water or sewer hookup??) There is potable water available, most ran hoses to fill their tanks. Swimming, boating, fishing, water sports, boat rentals, playground and lots more available. We had 30 amp service and there is a sani-dump. Very nice place to stay! - travelbugged
Jul 2017 - $25.00
in the last week Do NOT stay here if you have children. The owner has a small dog that she chains up to a golf cart at the front office that is UNVACCINATED and violent. The owner encouraged my children to pet the dog insisting it was "friendly and loved kids" and while I was standing right beside my children and the owner the dog lunged at my one year old daughters face unprovoked. The owner wouldn't call 911 despite my yelling for her to call and kept insisting it was just a scratch. I called 911 and my child was transported to the nearest hospital and we were told she would need to be put under anesthesia and sewn up by a plastic surgeon. We had to drive 3 hours to the nearest hospital with a plastic surgeon and had to watch our beautiful baby get put under anesthesia and sewn up. The owner refuses to put the dog down despite the harm it could cause another child or adult for that matter! Please learn from Our mistake in staying at a poorly run campground by someone who clearly has no morals. The laundry building had broken windows and was covered in spider webs and had no air conditioning so on a hot day it was unbearable to be inside. We did 3 loads of laundry (only 2 washers and 2 dryers) and one of the dryers wasn't working properly and cost us 4$ just to dry one load. The "park" was a swing set that most of the swings were wrapped around the top so much you couldn't use them, a slide that looked like a death trap with rotted wood and a teeter totter. There was absolutely nothing appealing about this rv campground. Owner wasn't in office very often and needed to be called to come to office. Also double charged us and needed us to come back to reimburse us. - Tanice-B
Jun 2017 - $27.00
Found the campgrounds met our needs and enjoyed our stay. Well maintained with large shade trees to park under. Overall a good but older campground and would stay there again. - Taxing9
Aug 2016 - $26.00
Based on ratings and reviews, we weren't expecting much and that's what we got, so it was fine for an overnight stay. Staff was friendly. Sites were gravel and mostly level. Utilities were not so good.
We had to go under our rig and to the adjacent site and share their pedestal to get 50 amp. Receptacle was a good 3 feet off the ground and horizontal, not vertical, so we had to prop our cord/surge protector on the picnic table to hold the weight. Sewer was accessed under a plywood cover. Water pressure was about 35 psi. No cable or over the air.
The shining star was the WiFi: awesome, and what a surprise. The bathroom was old and needs work. - VegasVagabonds
Jul 2017 - $38.00
Unfriendly host. Sites were just open with no trees or amenities. Wanted $15 to dump waste. - NewGirlRV
Jul 2017 - $38.00
Office is open from 8 to 12 & 4 to 8 only. The campground is very dry and dusty. Our site had cat droppings all over and the fire pit was full of garbage. The recycling bins were overflowing. The owners seem to have let this park go downhill. The only positive thing about this park was the strong wifi at our site.(probably because we were close to the office). - Fun finders
Apr 2016 - $38.00
They gave us a choice of sites but never being here before, I had no idea. The water/dump is at the end of the site and the power is shared between two sites. They put us in a site next to another rig and the power was on the wrong side. We moved to the next site over and they never said anything. After paying for a full hook up, we still had to PAY for showers so we just used our tiny one. Wi-Fi was virtually non existent. It was very quiet. New staff member and she was unsure of what she was doing. They were very polite though. - Liane63