Battlefords Provincial Park is a recreation activity destination and full service campground situated on the shores of Jackfish Lake which is located west of the Battlefords in Saskatchewan, Canada.
Battlefords Provincial Park is on the eastern shore of Jackfish Lake and measures about 14 hectares (34 acres) in size.
The main highlight of the nature park is the white sandy beach, the campgrounds, the day use area and the many opportunities for water sport activities.
Some of the summer activities enjoyed in the Battlefords Provincial Park include swimming, canoeing, beachcombing, water skiing, boating, tubing, kayaking, fishing, camping, hiking, horseshoes, beach volleyball, picnicking and mountain biking.
There are two hiking trails and one mountain biking trail. The hiking trails include the Wintergreen Nature Trail which explores a forest and the Lakeside Trail which explores along the shores of Jackfish Lake.
Along the shores of Jackfish Lake are two boat launches. One boat launch is in Robinson Bay (south end of park) and the other boat launch is located in the north section of the park near the main sandy beach, campgrounds, sani dump and boat rentals.
There are four campgrounds providing a wilderness camping experience. Three of the campgrounds offer full service campsites and one is a rustic tenting campground. There are washrooms, playgrounds and some large green grass lawns for play nearby.
The provincial lake park is a developed park with many attractions, services and amenities.
Some of the attractions operating in the Battlefords Provincial Park include an 18 hole golf course and a mini golf course for the family. The developed services in the park include a general store, a beach concession stand serving snacks and drinks and a lodge providing accommodations and dining services.