Camping at Shamrock Regional Park in Saskatchewan is a recreation site. You can go to the site and enjoy Camping, Swimming, Fishing, Birdwatching Trail (part of the Saskatchewan Birding Trail), 9-hole challenging Golf Course with sand greens, Horseshoes, Beach Volleyball and Canoeing opportunities.
Amenities: Natural Campground (100 electrical & 40 non-electrical sites), Playgrounds, Heated Swimming Pool and Paddling Pool, Concession Booth, Showers & Laundry, Modern washrooms, Baseball Diamonds, Family reunion facilities, Picnic areas.
Site Description: One of the first Regional Parks, and a natural beauty for those who enjoy the outdoors. What is now Shamrock Regional Park, was acquired from the Federal Government in 1927, by virtue of a 21 year lease. It is made up of about 55 acres, cradled in a bend of the Wood River. Prior to this it was part of the W-Bar Ranch, and a natural place for a local rodeo. Shamrock Park is a quiet, relaxing campground. Everything within the park is walking distance and everyone is very friendly and helpful. This natural park is a pleasure for those who wish to tent or have a modern campsite. (10) 15 amp and limited (16) 30 amp power sites are available.
Driving Directions: Shamrock Regional Park is located:
7 miles east and 7 miles south of Shamrock, Saskatchewan
3 miles west and 5 miles south of Coderre, Saskatchewan
8 miles north and 4 miles east and 4 miles north of Gravelbourg, Saskatchewan
We are just over a 1/2 hour south of the Trans-Canada Highway (turn south at the Chaplin intersection). Here is a MAP to guide you to Shamrock Regional Park.