There are many things you can do to soak up the Christmas spirit in Saskatchewan.
There is something for everyone, whether you are looking to make your own Christmas tree or spend a day on the slopes.
Robin Campese from Saskatchewan Parks shared some important information about all the things to do in the province.
Sask is magical. Parks in the winter, Campese said on Monday’s Greg Morgan Morning Show.
We have many activities going on. You can go to Cypress Hills to cut your Christmas tree. It is a super fun activity that the whole family will enjoy.
You can find different light shows in several parks across the province.
Over the next few days, both Candle Lake & Pike Lake will host the Festival of Lights.
Campese explains that there are many options available for those who just want to take a day trip with a few friends.
We have tobogganing in Echo Valley and Buffalo Pound, as well as cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and ice fishing (and) winter hikes, Campese stated.
The majority of events will continue into the new Year, with Sask. Parks has some new winter features that it will be introducing.
Campese stated that we will have our maze at Duck Mountain, Skate The Park back in Echo Valley for the third- or fourth year, then we will have the Cypress Hills luge course.
Sask. has had a huge demand for winter camping facilities with full power. Parks has tried to make as many available as possible.
Campese said reservations are very popular as many families continue planning winter getaways.