ATTENTION

CABIN OWNERS & SEASONAL CAMPERS

 

All Seasonal Campsite power will be turned on as of April 26th for your convenience.

 

Kip Park has increased our recycling efforts to help lessen our environmental footprint on the local landfill. Please place all non - Sarcan recyclable items in the blue recycle bins provided according to the list below.


KRP RECYCLING INFORMATION.PDF

 

Kip Park will be receiving an allocation of trees from the “Tree for Life”program, courtesy of the Carrot River Watershed Association, that will arrive for distribution in time for May long weekend planting. We will have willows, shrubs, poplars and white spruce seedlings available.


KRP Cabin Holders Association Letter Feb 2021

The Ice Went out May 2nd. The Smell of Summer is in the Air.

 

Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan

  Be Safe and Enjoy Your Time at the Park!

 

It is imperative that we at the park always have current and accurate contact information for all Cabin Holders and Seasonal Campers. This information is required for us to be able to contact you in case of an emergency in the park, ie break in’s, fire, park notices or a natural disaster that may affect you or your property. It is also required for the Provincial Government to send education tax assessments, notices and invoices that also affect your park property. Over the past several years some of you have dropped your land line and moved to cellular phones, or have moved, changing your mailing address, or changed internet providers and thus changed your email address.

Please take the time to update all your current information with the park. Together we can improve park communication and keep you informed. It will be kept private and is required for park business only.

You can e:mail this information to info@kippark.ca 

 

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Kipabiskau Regional Park, commonly referred to as "Kip", is nestled in the scenic Barrier Valley. The lake itself is approximately 10 kms long and 0.5 km wide. The main part of the park is located on the north shore of the lake, although the park controls most of the land surrounding the lakeshore. The largest portion of the park's land is left in its natural state and being a wooded area, it is a sanctuary for wildlife. The park opens from Mother's Day to mid-September, although winter usage is increasing with sports like ice fishing and snowmobile gaining in popularity.

 

 KIP Nature Trail Map