Wakamow a Park for All Seasons
As it has for time untold, Wakamow Valley remains both open and welcoming. From its days as a winter campsite and conflict-free trading area for the first peoples, to its current incarnation as the soul of the Friendly City, Wakamow Valley has offered respite from the prairie winds.
Wakamow Valley continues to live on as a peaceful haven in the heart of the city. It is a four-season urban park and conservation agency that is open twelve months a year.
Located just minutes from Moose Jaw's historic downtown, the River of Turns is ready and willing to share its splendor. It is ready and willing to open its natural world to all who accept the invitation.
20 kms of great trails
Walking paths and hiking
Playgrounds & Picnic Areas, Cycling, Canoeing & Kayaking
Whether you are looking to host a group event or merely seeking a break from everyday busyness, Wakamow Valley has a place for you. It has opportunities and facilities to meet your every need and awaits your presence.
Riverpark Campground is located in the heart of Wakamow Valley
Call the Campground Office 306 692 2285 to reserve a site
Visit our Camping Page for details on fees and camping sites.
Wakamow Valley Updates:
Feb, 22 - Please note that as a result of the extreme cold weather warning in effect today, the Winterfest event due to take place today has been postponed until Sunday March 1.
Job Vacancy - Maintenance Manager
Wakamow Valley Authority is looking for a self-starter to join our team. The ideal candidate will have a combination of technical training and experience in park/building maintenance, as well as supervising staff.
Reminder: Snowmobiling within City Limits
With the recent snow fall and colder weather residents are taking advantage of the time to get out and enjoy Snowmobiling. The City of Moose Jaw with the support of Wakamow Valley Authority and the Moose Jaw Sno-Drifters Snowmobile Club wish to remind all snowmobilers that as per City Bylaw # 4230 the operation of these machines and/or atv’s are not allowed within City Limits or within Wakamow Valley. This includes any portion of the Moose Jaw River that runs within City Limits.
To assist riders with knowing where they can and can’t ride the a downloadable map that outlines the City Limits of Moose Jaw is provided on the City of Moose Jaw website. This map is available for download to any Smartphone by clicking on the above link and opening the “City Limits Map”. The map application can be GPS enabled to track your location if the rider so wishes.
We thank all snowmobilers for their co-operation and have a safe and enjoyable winter.
Check out our Events Page for upcoming park events!