Northshore Resort On Buffalo Pound Lake
1 Daniel Dr, Findlater,
SK S0G 1P0

If you are heading from Moose Jaw, go north on the #2 towards Chamberlain. The Provincial Park is on the south side of the lake, so you will continue on past the exits noting Buffalo Pound Lake Provincial Park. Once you cross the bridge over the lake, follow the road up the hill, and at the top, take the right turn at the Glamping Resorts sign. You will follow this road for approx. 4km, then take another right (there is a small Glamping Resorts road sign where you take your next right). From there, keep following this road and keep right when the road bends to the left. Your next right (where there is a large Glamping Resorts sign) will take you down into the resort.

If coming from Saskatoon, please head south on highway 11 to Chamberlain, and then turn right onto highway 2 south. You will see the sign for Glamping Resorts on the left-hand side of the highway before you reach the lake. From there, follow the signs.

Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park
J2R5+M7 Stewart Valley,

If heading from Swift Current, go north on the #4. We are located within the Provincial Park, so you can continue across the lake to the main entrance on the right just across the bridge.

After purchasing your day/week/month/season pass (unfortunately, this is not included in our rates as it is administered directly by Parks), you will follow the main road for approximately 5km.

Shortly after the road becomes gravel, the driveway to our resort will be on your right.

If coming from Saskatoon, please head west on highway 7 towards Rosetown, and then turn left onto highway 4 south.

Glamping Resorts at Castle Provincial Park
3124 Twp Rd 5-3A,
Castle Provincial Park, AB

If heading from Calgary, go south on either the #22 or the #2 until you reach the #3. Turn right (west) onto the #3 and continue past Lundbreck Falls until you see signs for Castle Provincial Park.

Turn left (south) onto #507 towards Beaver Mines and Castle Provincial Park.

Continue straight (south) on the #774 at Beaver Mines, where the #507 turns to the left and goes back to Pincher Creek. Note that it is a 50 zone through Beaver Mines.

Continue on the #774 until you see signs for Beaver Mines Lake, and take the access road on your left.

The access road is gravel, and you will travel approximately 5km on it until you see the Glamping Resorts sign on your left.

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