Suffern Lake Regional Park, Marsden, Saskatchewan
Suffern Lake Regional Park is a campground located in Marsden. Location: 28km SW of Marsden. Season: May - September. 18 Electrical Sites, 15 Non-Electrical Sites, 9 Golf Holes With Sand Greens, Beach, Picnic Area, Playground, Showers, Modern Washrooms, Lake, Fishing, Boat Launch. Reservations are taken by phone or fax beginning in January of each season. Watercraft such as jetski's are not permitted through the park gates. Located approximately 80 km southeast of Lloydminster on the Artland road, Suffern Lake Regional Park is surrounded by the scenic Manitou Sand Hills. The camping season opens up in May and closes Thanksgiving weekend. The park levies a daily vehicle entry fee, waived if you have purchased an annual Regional Park sticker.
Places to eat within 5km of Suffern Lake Regional Park include Marsden Village Cafe.
The park has 10 Electrical and 22 Non-Electrical sites. All sites are naturally drained, and have picnic tables, ground level fire pits, and a trash can. Water is available from a tap nearby. Washrooms in the campground are modern flush toilets, and clubhouse has flush toilets and showers. Shade is provided in all sites by tall aspens and willow scrub into which the sites are built. Each site has a small bay with a large open area in front, and will hold the largest unit. The clubhouse can be rented for private functions. There is a wealth of family or group camping available, as the open space in front of each site extends for quite a ways.
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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.