Hazlet Regional Park, Hazlet, Saskatchewan
Hazlet Regional Park is a campground located in Hazlet.
Located 1 mile North and 1.5 miles West of Hazlet. In the middle of the Park there is a body of water created by a dam built in 1937 by horses, scrapers and much manpower. The dam was completed in 11 days on June 14, 1937. It is a quiet little park with a large picnic area, playground, and sprinkler pool. Ideal for family and class reunions.
Location: 2.5kms NW of Hazlet off Hwy. #332. Season: May - October. Recommended as a Local use park only, call Park for additional details.
There are 10 30 Amp Electrical Sites and 25 Non-Electrical Sites with picnic tables and barbecues. Two camp kitchens with wood burning stoves are available for large or small gatherings.
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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.