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  • Grasslands National Park Saskatchewan Canada

    First time here. Pretty incredible. Bit in the middle of nowhere but the campground has powered sites. Spectacular scenery.
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    Brian & Christi
    Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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    How long is that gravel road getting into there? Seen any Bison around there? Enjoy the view!
    Randy & Connie
    Walnut Creek, CA
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Randy&Connie View Post
      How long is that gravel road getting into there? Seen any Bison around there? Enjoy the view!

      the gravel part is maybe 30 minutes with a few patches of very slow washboard. Not so bad. Bison off in the distance yes. The scenery here is crazy beautiful. Like a mini Grand Canyon at the bottom of Saskatchewan. Love it.
      Brian & Christi
      Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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      • #4
        Nice find...looks like a wonderful spot. I'm in northern SK now...maybe a little trip south is in order?
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        • #5
          Originally posted by rural_canuck View Post
          Nice find...looks like a wonderful spot. I'm in northern SK now...maybe a little trip south is in order?
          Yes make your way there if you can. Even without a reservation as the overflow was a nice wide open field too. No power in there but when we were there the whole place was a solar panels dream come true. Be sure to drive the 60km scenic route and if you do go clockwise for the best views and expect it to take at least two hours. I would advise against that drive if it has been wet. We made that mistake and some of the dirt roads were very slippery. Enjoy!
          Brian & Christi
          Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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