Wood Mountain Regional Park
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Contact InformationPark Details
Box 14
Wood Mountain   SK   S0H 4L0
Phone: (306) 266-4249
Phone: (306) 266-2115
E-mail: j.allingham@sasktel.net
Web site: www.woodmountain.ca/regional.html
Location: 8km S of Wood Mountain
Season: May 15 - September 6
24 Full Service, 34 Electrical Sites (including 2 group sites), 60 Non-Electrical Sites, Concession, Outdoor Pool, Swimming Lessons, Lifeguards, Picnic Area, Playground, Showers, Modern Washrooms, Fire Wood, Ice, Telephones, Nature Trails, Ball Diamonds, Laundromat, Pets Permitted.

Reservations are taken by phone or email beginning May 15 of each season. The full amount of your camping fees is due upon reservation. Persons camping in the park must be 21 years of age or older unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.

The park is located 5 miles south of Wood Mountain in a natural treed setting amid rolling hills in the heart of ranch country. Museums and monuments include a Rodeo Ranch Museum, Homestead museum and Sitting Bull monument. A walking trail to Historic Old Post NWMP Museum is located beside the park.

Located within the park are coin operated showers and laundry facilities. The nearest gas and groceries can be found in Limerick, Glentworth or Lafleche. For a full line of services you can travel to Assiniboia (45 miles) northeast of Wood Mountain.
Local History
Wood Mountain's first European settlers came in the 1870's. Boundary Commission survey teams came shortly after. They built cabins that in 1874 became the first North West Mounted Police post. Sitting Bull took refuge here after the Battle of the Little Big Horn in 1876.
There are approximately 60 sites to choose from. You can camp in the privacy of the trees or try a larger site for family and friends to camp together. Many sites have picnic tables and fire pits. Fire wood is available from Park Attendants.
Play Area
There is a playground next to the pool that consists of swings, climbers and slides. Next to the concession there is a covered sand pit for children to play in.
The park has a hall for family and special gatherings. A concession booth also operates 7 days a week from June to September offering great tasting meals and treats for all kids of all ages. If you want to eat or cook indoors try your barbecue out in the summer kitchen.
Special Attractions
RODEO RANCH MUSEUM - offers you a western welcome. Displays in the museum feature the life of the cowboys and ranchers who first came to the area in the 1800's. Western and rodeo artifacts, an adobe, a turf club building and a pioneer kitchen are reminders of early ranch life. You can help make a rope, cook bannock and make lye soap. Open 7 days a week, May to September. It has over 1200 historical photos and 2000 artifacts and information centre for Grasslands National Park. WOOD MOUNTAIN POST HISTORIC PARK - The Historic Post is a partially restored North West Mounted Police post. In the 2 reconstructed buildings, its displays depict much of the NWMP history as well as that of the Sioux who came to the area. The displays also contain artifacts from two archaeological digs conducted on the site. The museum is fun for kids too. You can use old style hand-cuffs on your friends or sit in a 19th century jail cell. It offers excellent school tour programs and has a tour guide on site. SITTING BULL - the famous Sioux medicine man, Sitting Bull and as many as 5000 of his Sioux followers took refuge here from the US Army after the battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876. Although Sitting Bull returned to the US in 1890 and later died, some of his followers remained and their decedents still live in the area to this day. A monument to Sitting Bull has been placed at the top of the hill overlooking the Regional Park. WOOD MOUNTAIN STAMPEDE - If you want some exciting rodeo action, the Wood Mountain Stampede is the place to be! Come and sit under the brush covered grand stand and watch the CCA approved rodeo. The rodeo features all major events and a few special ones too! Don't forget the dances on Friday and Saturday nights in the big Out Post Building. The rodeo is held annually on the second Sunday in July, with action starting on the Friday before. SUMMER SERIES - for local rodeo action attend the summer series which has become an annual event. Beginning in May, the series is on each Thursday night up until Rodeo weekend. Come and join in the fun!
On hot days you can take a dip in our 20m outdoor heated pool. There is a diving board for the more experienced swimmers and a separate paddling pool for the children. Lessons are taught weekday mornings beginning in July and running for 3 sets of two-week lessons. Swimming hours are afternoons and evenings 7 days a week.
Ball Diamonds
There are two ball diamonds within the park. In August the park is home to the Annual Skid's Slow Pitch Tournament.
Hiking and Biking
You can hike to the top of the hill over looking the park where a monument to Sitting Bull is erected. You can also hike through the park to the Wood Mountain Historic Museum. Our park's main road is paved so that bike riding can be very enjoyable.
Camp Woodboia is located within the park. This camp features a swim camp for children with lots of fun and a great learning experience.

Camping Fees
(prices subject to change without notice)
Fee categoryDescriptionSeasonper/dayper/weekper/monthper/season
Camping Full Service All Season $20       
Camping 30amp Electric All Season $15       
Camping Non Electric All Season $10       
Other Fees
(prices subject to change without notice)
Fee categoryDescriptionSeasoneachper/weekper/monthper/season
Entry Fee Park Entry All Season $6      $30 

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