Camping at Wood Mountain Regional Park in Saskatchewan is a recreation destination. There are total 76 campsites. Unserviced campsites: 20, Power campsites: 32, Power and water campsites: 24.You can go to the site and enjoy Camping, Canoeing and Hiking opportunities.
Amenities: Firewood, Showers, Tap water, Flush toilets, Sewage dumping station, Laundry facilities, Hiking trails, Playground, Concession or store at campground, Baseball diamond nearby.
Site Description: The North West Mountain Police were sent to the Wood Mountain area to establish the Queen’s Law in the frontier west of early Canada. It was the 1870s, and Sitting Bull had led his large Sioux tribe away from The Little Big Horn after defeating Custer’s incursion upon their native land. The Canadian government was concerned that the Sioux would cause problems, and charged Walsh of the NWMP with maintaining control of what amounted to Canada’s first attempted peace keeping mission. Walsh succeeded, as he and Sitting Bull became close friends over the years, and there were never any serious problems caused by the American Indian settlers. Members of the tribe remain in the Wood Mountain area to this day, including several families who live on the Wood Mountain First Nation. In 1890 the Wood Mountain Stampede was established, and it became an annual event held even through the World War years of 1914-1918 and 1939–1945, which has allowed it to attain the title of the longest-running annual rodeo in Canada. It is held each year, the second weekend in July.
Driving Direction: Located at 8 km south of town of Wood Mountain east of Wood Mountain Historic Park on highway 18.