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for a trip away from it all, cypress hills is the place to go to in southern saskatchewan. I took my grand kids there to see the beauty of the land, we had a sunset pipe ceremony on bald butte and watched sunset that evening and the next. Memories will be etched in their young minds and they may take... 更多
My husband and I wanted to take a couple days and discover something new in our province. We drove down to Cypress Hills. The area is beautiful and relaxing. We took a drive up to Lookout Point, the highest point in Saskatchewan We than continued on our drive around the lake and up to the resort area. The mini golf... 更多
Apart from minor signage issues to exact campground, Cypress Hills SK side just keeps getting better! Having camped more in AB lately, it was pleasant surprise after bonus surprise at every turn while here for 14 nights! Clean camping sites, well supervised in evening & night make it attractive to solo, honeymooners, young families, teenage families, extended family & friends... 更多
There are 14 of us from ages 73 down to 8. We go every year and have a wonderful time. There is so much to do including free hikes and walks and just sitting around visiting. Swimming, boating, mini golfing, go-karting, fishing, etc. etc. etc. We grandparents stay at the Inn or in a cabin and the families stay at... 更多
We come to Cypress several times a year. It is such a gem. While the lake is small the hiking and sightseeing are incredible. Avoid the ice cream shop and the restaurant near the swimming pool. The prices are high and portions small. Instead go to the place that is closer to the golf course. The people are nicer and... 更多
If you want to get away, there is a nice surprise in Southern Saskatchewan. The park has plenty of campsites, many activities for all ages and wide open spaces to go out and watch the stars at night. The restaurant at the lodge is very good and the prices very reasonable. Lots of wildlife to see and you can always... 更多
So we decided to go to Cypress Hills InterProvincal park just after Victoria Day for 5 days. We didn't camp but stayed a couple night in Maple Creek at Cobblestone Inn (15-20 min drive from the park) and then spend the last two nights right at the Cypress Inn at Center block. The hotel in Maple Creek was nice and... 更多
The campground is large, with lots of electric sites, but very few full service ones. There is potable water close to most sites, and they offered waste tote tanks in our area (Meadows), so if you need to dump your tanks, it's not too much of a problem, as the washrooms have dumps stations for the totes. Washrooms, and showers... 更多
We stayed in Centre Block at the Resort. The park is simple and peaceful. Seems to have alot of camping sites. Also minigolf for kids and what I thought was a reasonable 9 hole course .
We stayed here for a few days in June. The rooms are clean and the staff is friendly. My only complaint is the housekeeping staff didn't tidy our room one day they just restocked some of the items. But at the beginning of June it was nice and quiet and no line-ups.