Located in northeast Saskatchewan on the banks of the scenic river section of Tobin Lake, the Nipawin & District Regional Park boasts immediate access not only some of the best walleye fishing in North America, but also a wide range of services and facilities that are sure to please every member of the family. Their well spaced, heavily treed and fully serviced campsites (many drive-through lots) are everything you would expect in a campground that has been lovingly carved from the forest.
The Nipawin Regional Park is located approximately 2 km from the Town of Nipawin on a full blacktop road. In the park, over 300 acres of natural forest surround first-class, year-round amenities that are sure to appeal to everyone who visits at any time, regardless of the season.
The Nipawin Regional Park is designed as a full-service family destination. The park offers a wide variety of recreation activities such as:
Apart from fishing, the park is full of recreation opportunities year-round. Picnic facilities include individual sites, camp kitchens for large groups, fire rings, picnic tables and barbecues. A well-equipped playground and barnyard zoo are on-site to entertain the kids and numerous hiking trails are woven through the forest.
The kids and the kids at heart will love our stocked trout pond and the petting zoo. Enjoy a game of basketball or gather the family for a game of volleyball or horseshoes. Don't miss your chance to conquer the park's challenging 18-hole mini golf course.
During the winter, cross-country skiing trails and a daunting tobogganing hill highlight the park. Access is also available to miles of excellent, groomed snowmobile trails.
During your stay, free internet and email service is available at the park office through the Wapiti Valley Community Access Program. A bonus for smartphone users! Feel free to ask about it when checking in.
Staying in the park has never been more convenient with over one hundred serviced campsites, as well as cabin and houseboat rentals for those who just can't bear to be off the river. If the lure of the pristine forest setting doesn't overpower your need to shop, you'll be happy to know the park is a five minute drive from the heart of Nipawin.
All 132 campsites are surrounded by native forests of birch, pine, and tamarack. All are within close proximity to shower and restroom facilities and a sewage dump is available on location. Overflow sites are available for large groups or events. Wood for campfires is sold by the bundle. Please protect our forest, do not transport firewood into the park.
Tobin Lake is one of Saskatchewan's most popular fishing spots. Angler success is high and has brought many fishermen back time and time again. Rated as the best walleye fishing in North America, catches reached 18.06 lbs in 1997, live released (Saskatchewan record). The Nipawin & District Regional Park is situated on the Saskatchewan River portion of Tobin Lake providing easy access to spectacular fishing with modern boat launch services as well as rentals, fish filleting, bait, fuel, and outfitting services on-site.
Modern filleting facilities are available right next to the river for use free of charge. Two concrete boat ramps are available as well as wheelchair-accessible docks & lift facilities.
The Nipawin Regional Park is woven with hiking trails
Walleye Walking Trail
Address: 800 – 6th Street East, Box 389, Box 1499, Nipawin, SK, S0E 1E0