Esterhazy Regional Park, Esterhazy, Saskatchewan
Esterhazy Regional Park is a campground located in Esterhazy.
The park is located within the boundaries of the Town of Esterhazy. The beautiful, well kept 9 hole golf course is situated in the Kaposvar Valley making it fun and challenging for any golfer.
Services - There is a fully licensed clubhouse within the park boundaries. Just walking distance away, you will find restaurants, gas stations, a museum, groceries, bowling, bingo, a movie theatre and numerous other services that a tourist might want.
Local History - Esterhazy Regional Park was created from an existing town park in 1984. The name Esterhazy came from a Hungarian Aristocrat named Count Paul Oscar d'Esterhazy, who settled 35 Hungarian families just south of the town in 1886. A museum in the town site houses pioneer artifacts, a fallout shelter, a potash display and historical theme rooms.
Campsites - The park has 26 full hook-up sites and 7 non-electrical sites that are well treed and gravelled. Each site contains a gargbage can and picnic table. Modern washroom facilities are located at the pool, ask the pool attendent for a key when paying for your site. Also nearby is a sewer dump station. Overflow sites are available.
Nearby restaurants include Crystal's Bistro, Mei's Family Restaurant, George's Pizza, and Galaxy Restaurant.
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Prices should be used as a guide only and may vary with room and dates chosen. Lower pricing may be available via booking system | Please note all distances are approximate, and may not reflect driving or travel distances.