Glenburn Regional Park, Maymont, Saskatchewan
Glenburn Regional Park is a campground located in Maymont.
Glenburn Regional Park is situated on Highway 376, between Maymont and Sonnigdal, along the North Saskatchewan River. The park is near the site where the Maymont Ferry operated from 1926 to 1975. The Ferry was moved to form a bridge over the creek between the park and golf area. Glenburn offers many features including a man-made swimming pond (water comes from a natural spring), golf course, quality ball diamonds, and camping. The park is an excellent spot for many activities such as ball tournaments and family or school reunions. Visitors are sure to find the natural setting of the park an excellent place to relax in a camp spot, golf, hike, swim, or try for a fish in the river.
Location: 8 kms S of Maymont on Hwy #376. Season: May - September. Camping/Reservation Info: 4-30A Full Service Sites, 6-30A Electric Sites, 12-20A Full Service Sites, 23 Non-Electric Sites, 4 Drive Thru Sites, and 16 Overflow Sites available. Reservations are taken by phone, fax, or email. There is a $5 Nonrefundable reservation fee. Persons camping in the park must be 19 years of age or older unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Reviews for Glenburn Regional Park, Maymont
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Thu 08 Sep 2011
Positives: Closeness to the North Saskatchewan River.
Negatives: Uncleanliness in sites and washroooms. Unclear registering procedure. Camping fees exorbitant compared to Redberry Lake Regional Park which had much better facilities and was very clean.
Comments: The showers were not clean and our campsite was not clean - litter around the site. Trees were growing too close to the firepit. We were not asked if we wanted a serviced or unserviced site but were told the fee for the night was $30.00.
Mon 20 Jul 2009
Positives: Beautiful golf course
Pool is small enough to be enjoyed by families with younger kids.
Waterside concession stand.
Negatives: Poorly kept bathrooms, very smelly
Rude and/or unavailable staff
Nobody enforcing the rules set out by the park
No shaded areas to sit on the beach (when toddlers are playing in the water, etc.)
Comments: We were on a family camping trip, when we arrived there was no one there to take our money; just a sign saying to go knock on the house door if there was no one around. No one answered the door either, yet later on when the guy noticed we didnt have a pass he accused us of "sneaking in". There were also clearly posted signs about no dogs being allowed in the pool, yet there were at least 3 or 4 dogs on the beach and in the water for the duration of our stay.
This park offers a range of site types from Full Service, to Non-Electric, and even drive thru sites with each containing a picnic table, pole barbeque and trash can. The sites are well shaded by dense brush, mostly poplars and diamond willows. Modern washrooms are located near the pool and are coin operated. Well water is available from a central tap near the camp kitchen to the right of the entrance gate. There are two camp kitchens which are small but serviceable and can be used for family gatherings. Firewood is sold by the armload for a small fee.
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