In-Park Services

Most necessary services can be found in the park including food services, groceries, camping equipment, hardware and more.  If you cannot find what you are looking for in the park, Porcupine Plain (25 km northeast of the park) and Kelvington (40 km south of the park) have most services.

Rental Cabins - Numerous types of rental cabins are available ranging in size, price and amenities.  All cabins are light housekeeping units and a number are available year round. For reservations, phone Greenwater Cabin Rentals at (306) 278-3033.

The Beach Cafe - The Beach Cafe provides fast food, full course meals, coffee and tea, and ice cream in a number of flavours.  It is conveniently located on the lawn behind the beach.  Phone: (306) 278-3225.

Greenwater Lake Marina - Greenwater Lake Marina features marine rentals and related supplies.  It has several fishing boats, a pontoon boat, canoes, kayaks and paddle boats for rent along with all the required safety gear.  The fisherman will find a large selection of tackle and bait.  The Marina also stocks a wide variety of marine equipment, premium fuel and oil and confectionery items.  Greenwater Lake Marina is immediately beside the boat launch.  Phone: (306) 278-2845.

The Park Store - The Park Store, in the heart of the park core area, is well stocked with a complete line of groceries, reading materials, camping equipment and some hardware.  For those occasional rainy days, it offers movie rentals.  You will also find clothing, crafts, souvenirs and some great gift ideas.

A coin-operated laundromat, complete with gas-fired dryers, is in the rear of the building.  Laundry soap and accessories are readily available.

To the east side is a small video/pinball arcade.  The 9-hole mini-golf and new kiddie rides will provide many hours of enjoyment.  Phone: (306) 278-3220.

Nearby Attractions

Other attractions and activities for the area are listed at Tourism Prince Albert's website.

The Woody River Recreation Site features 6 small picturesque lakes complete with boat launches and docks.  The lakes include Smallfish, Townsend, Woody, Elbow, Spirit and Isbister.  Good angling can be found for walleye, perch and northern pike.

Spirit, Isbister, Smallfish and Townsend lakes include campsites.  You will find anywhere from 3 to 28 campsites.  Townsend Lake has the largest campground with 28 sites.  There are no electrified sites nor is there a shower building.

The nearby Moose Range Lodge features meals, cabin and boat rentals and gasoline.