Elk’s Wilderness Park
The Elk Point Elks Wilderness Park is located about seven miles north of Elk Point, on the west side of Kehewin Lake.
The park is operated by the Elk Point Elks Lodge #460 from Mid-May to the long weekend in September.
It consists of about 12 nightly camping stalls and three daily-use beach-front fire pits. Potable water, a fish-cleaning table, and firewood are provided for camping patrons.
The self-registration desk is open 24/7 with daily checks done by Elks Lodge #460 members. Rates are only $15.00 per night. Quiet time runs from 11:00 PM until 7:00 AM the next morning.
Please: no ATVs are allowed within the park or immediate area. The beach area is available with unsupervised swimming only. There is a boat launch available on the east side of the lake.
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