Located at #20 Lake View Way, in the Village of Kenosee, on the edge of beautiful Moose Mountain Provincial Park. Newly constructed in 2018, we offer 30 and 50 amp full service seasonal campsites, 21 in total and of course, fire pits included!
Just steps away, you’ll find the Kenosee Mini Mart (gas, groceries & liquor vendor, the Bar Bar (restaurant, bar & off sale) the famous Moosehead Inn (restaurant & night club) and the Kenosee Superslides.
Please Note: Limited capacity due to COVID restrictions.
Rates for the 2020 Camping Season:
- 30 amp sites – $42 per night – $850 Monthly – $2500 Seasonal
- 50 amp sites – $60 per night – $950 Monthly – $2600 Seasonal
Golf Kenosee finished a full 18 hole renovation in 2007 where every fairway, green and tee was upgraded and bunkers and ponds were added which has brought our course to its current championship condition. The par 72 course features four tees, ranging in length from a comfortable 4,912 total yards from the forward tees to a challenging 6327 at the tips. Plus, you can warm up your swing on the driving range.
Moose Mountain Provincial Park offers an extensive trail system for hiking and mountain biking. Pass through the beautiful stands of aspen, birch, green ash and Manitoba Maple that characterize this unique southern Saskatchewan forest. Many of the trails border small lakes which offer scenic viewpoints and opportunities for wildlife viewing. Several trails offer interpretive signage or brochures and park interpreters offer guided walks on several of the shorter trails on a weekly basis during the summer. A paved path from the campground to the main beach is excellent for family cycling or rollerblading.
In 2013 and 2014, the provincial fish stocking program added walleye to Kenosee Lake. In 2015, a whopping one million walleye fry topped up the fish population here. Walleye tend to take between three and four years to reach catchable sizes, which means that this year, some of those earlier stockings will be reaching the right size.
Kenosee Lake is ideal for both shore fishing and heading out in the boat. The many islands and bays make for good underwater structure and fish habitat.
The Bear Claw Casino is an exciting destination retreat. From the beautifully appointed guest rooms at the Bear Claw Hotel to over 135 thrilling slot and live games on the casino floor, this destination resort is rated 4.5 out of 5 on TripAdvisor® – a must visit location in Southern Saskatchewan!