Check out the RVing opportunities in The Battlefords, Saskatchewan
Battleford and North Battleford are great places to go RV camping in Saskatchewan. Take it easy, kick back and relax while you peruse the intriguing local landmarks and attractions, and enjoy the friendly atmosphere.
Located on the Yellowstone Highway in the middle of Saskatchewan, are two towns–Battleford and North Battleford. What the two towns separated by the North Saskatchewan River lack in altitude and rolling hills is made up for by their plethora of outdoor activities, charm and hospitality. The two towns share not only a name, but a provincial park and several local RV parks and campgrounds as well.
Population: South Battleford: 4,065; North Battleford: 14,315
Climate: The Battlefords offer the best camping weather between late spring and early fall. The highest temperatures are usually from April to October, with rainfall averages matching that.
Fort Battleford has a rich history of conflict between the North West Mounted Police and the First Nations Peoples of the area. Learn about this conflict and how people lived their lives back in the 1800s. There are disc golf courses around the Fort area, as well as five haunted houses to visit during Halloween.
The adventure park is open year round, and has activities such as zip line tours, paintball games, wall climbing, high ropes, archery and more. Blue Mountain also has cabins for rent, in addition to their numerous camping spots.
The festival takes place August 11, 12 and 13. Activities includes the annual boat race, sandcastle competition, an art show and sale, a ball tournament, a Sunday pancake breakfast, Saturday night beer garden, and much more.