Cranberry Flats Conservation Area

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Cranberry Flats activities Meewasin

Cranberry Flats is located just outside the City of Saskatoon and is a scenic area with large sandy beaches and a wheelchair accessible trail leading to a valley lookout.  This is a popular spot for families. Dogs are allowed but must be on leash. Fines will be issued for dogs off leash and contravention of site hours.

The site is open from 8am to 8pm to enjoy the sun and sand.

Head south on Lorne Avenue (Highway 219). Turn right onto Grasswood Road (Road 360). At the first intersection, turn left onto Strathcona Avenue (Road 3055). The parking lot is about 2.75 km from the intersection on the right.

For more information please call 306-665-6887.

Wilson (Shepley) Island, South Saskatchewan River

Wilson (Shepley Island) is a small island in the South Saskatchewan River south of the city of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. This island is protected by the Meewasin Valley Authority. The island is not accessible but can be seen from a lookout point at Cranberry Flats.  Wilson Island (then known as Shepley Island) from 1943 to 1951 was home to a sea cadet camp under the command of Lieutenant P.K. Wilton.