Kamsack Ski Club


Posted by Allan Bear on 2021-04-13

I would like to answer some questions that I am getting about the shelters and their use during the off season (summer )

They are available to use. Bikes are allowed. Most shelters have some pots and pans, plates, some cutlery. You can't melt snow to wash dishes, so you need to bring some water.

Ski Hill and Moose Lake shelter have room for 2 people to sleep comfortably.

Jack Rabbit maybe 3. There is room on floor. Jack Rabbit does not have cookware.

Rundle is the biggest. Sleeps 4 to 5

Tamarack sleeps about 4.

We are putting new solar lighting in Jack Rabbit, Rundle and Tamarack this spring.These systems will have the ability to charge phones and Ipads.

The park has law that dogs must be on a leash. Having said that,the trails are a great place for dogs to be free.

Please contact me if shelters are running short of firewood. The Park supplies the firewood, but I can let them know.

Please use the chalkboard in the Log Inn shelter to put the shelter name and date that you are staying.Don't access the trails through the golf course in the off season.

Our club is going to redo the outside of both Ski Hill and Moose Lake shelter before next ski season. We also are redoing the inside of Moose Lake shelter. Hopefully half log pine .

We are planning to purchase a few more signs and fix one of our track setters.

All in all we plan on spending between $5000 and $6000.

We had a great X-country ski season and we did get donations from skiers and shelter users.

If you enjoy the shelters and trails, consider donating to our club so we can continue to make improvements to the best trails in Sask.

E-Transfer at kamsackskiclub@gmail.com

Thank You

Kamsack Ski Club

May 8th 2021

For anyone hiking or biking into the shelters "THERE IS A FIRE BAN IN THE PARK UNTIL FUTHER NOTICE.