Museum Association of Saskatchewan
Learn to Fish
Learn to Fish will return for a second season this summer at six popular fishing destinations across the province. This program is designed to introduce fishing to beginners over the age of 10 and to encourage proper fishing practices.
The program will begin with a teaching portion with an experienced angler introducing participants to the following topics: fish identification, tackle and accessories, rules and regulations, how to cast, proper fish handling and much more! The teaching portion will be followed by a hands-on casting lesson, and once participants have the basics of casting they will have the chance to try their luck at catching a fish! Program participants are not required to own/bring along equipment as everything will be provided.
Visit our website at http://saskparks.net/LearnToFish for dates and more information on this amazing program!
Learn to Camp
This is for those who are new to camping or inexperienced in camping, and are interested in planning their first trip into nature with the help of Saskatchewan Provincial Parks!
- Overnight Camping Experience
Campers will join experienced leaders and fellow new campers on an overnight camping trip. Campers will learn how to set up a campsite, cook meals on a camp stove, build a fire, and enjoy all the park has to offer! No equipment? No problem, it’s provided! Programs are held in July and August at Echo Valley Provincial Park, Good Spirit Lake Provincial Park and Pike Lake Provincial Park. Visit our website at http://saskparks.net/LearnToCamp for program dates.
- Community Outreach Program
Let us bring Provincial Parks and camping to your community! Learn about Saskatchewan’s provincial parks through a presentation and hands-on demonstrations. These family-oriented sessions provide an opportunity to learn how to plan and enjoy your first camping trip. These are also a great way to introduce newcomers to Saskatchewan Provincial Parks.
Questions? Contact us!
Website – http://saskparks.net/LearnToCamp
Phone – 306-787-9571
We want to help you, your partner organizations, and your community members in any way we can. We encourage everyone to explore the large number of new opportunities in our beautiful provincial parks. We look forward to a great summer!