Learn to Fish
Learn to Fish will launch this summer at eight popular fishing destinations across the province. This program is designed to introduce fishing to beginners of all ages and to encourage proper fishing practices amongst these new users.
The program will begin with a classroom teaching portion where an experienced angler will introduce participants to the following topics: Fish identification, tackle and accessories, rules and regulations, how to cast, proper fish handling and much more! The teaching portion will be followed by a hands-on casting lesson, and once participants have the basics of casting they will have the chance to try their luck at catching a real fish! Program participants are not required to own/bring along any equipment as everything will be provided.
Learn to Camp
Want to try camping but you don’t know how or what you need? Saskatchewan Parks is now making it easier than ever for first time campers to experience the outdoors through our Learn to Camp Program. Saskatchewan Parks Learn to Camp program is running for its second summer season and is the perfect opportunity to camp in our beautiful parks.
Try our overnight camping experience at Echo Valley, Pike Lake or Good Spirit Lake Provincial Parks. New campers will join experienced leaders and fellow campers to learn techniques on campsite set up, cooking on a camp stove, building a dire, and much more! We supply all of the camping gear you need; all you have to bring is food, bedding and personal items. Expect to learn a lot during your trip, but expect to have a lot of fun too!
The cost is $25 for a two day/one night experience for groups of up to size including children. Camps are held throughout the summer in July and August; please see our website for the available dates.
To register for the program or for more information visit our website at http://www.saskparks.net/LearnToCamp. Or contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org