10 Cozy Cabins to Stay at in Saskatchewan This Winter

Are you considering a winter vacation in the Canadian Prairies with family or friends? This selection of 10 cozy cabins in Saskatchewan will help you start planning a winter season getaway.

Elk Ridge Resort

Located in Prince Albert Provincial Park, Elk Ridge Resort offers two, three and four-bedroom cabins with gas fireplaces. Specific units are pet-friendly, so be sure to ask in advance if you plan on travelling with a pet.

Visitors to Elk Ridge Resort can go ice skating on an outdoor rink, tobogganing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, winter hiking, curling and snowmobiling. Elk Ridge Resort offers a large selection of rental equipment, including ice skates, cross-country skis, hockey sticks and pucks, snowshoes and curling rocks.

Location: Waskesiu Lake

Price: from $220/night (two-night minimum on weekends and three-night minimum on holiday weekends)

Lost Creek Resort

Located within Prince Albert Provincial Park, Lost Creek Resort is a four-season cottage resort. Choose from one, two and three-bedroom cottages equipped with fireplaces.

In the winter, enjoy cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, winter hiking, ice fishing and indoor ice skating in nearby Waskesiu. You can borrow snowshoes, cross-country skis and children’s chariots with cross-country ski kits at the Hawood Inn in Waskesiu.

Location: Waskesiu Lake

Price: from $209/night

Historic Reesor Ranch

Guests can choose from a selection of five cabins, each one accommodating between 4 and 6 people, at Historic Reesor Ranch. Located outside Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, near the Alberta-Saskatchewan border, Historic Reesor Ranch has been in the Reesor family since 1904. This property reflects historical ranch life in Cypress Hills and is Saskatchewan’s first provincially designated heritage ranch.

Seasonal activities include tobogganing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling (bring your own) or enjoying the crisp air and gorgeous snow-covered landscape while you warm near a crackling campfire. Hidden Valley Ski Hill is a forty-minute drive from Historic Reesor Ranch.

Location: Maple Creek

Price: from $139/night

Alive Sky

At Alive Sky, near Rosetown, Saskatchewan, up to two adults can book BINcredible, a luxury grain bin conversation with a Queen bed. Larger groups or families will appreciate the BOHO Bin with room for up to 6 people. Both types of accommodation have a private outdoor hot tub.

During the winter, snowshoe through the trees, search for snowy owls with a local guide, go ice skating (bring your own) or grab a drink and relax in the outdoor hot tub.

Location: Rosetown

Price: from $110/night

Blue Mountain Adventure Park

Six cabins are available at Blue Mountain Adventure Park. Four of the cabins include bathrooms. The remaining two cabins do not have running water. Guests are requested to bring their own bedding, pillows and bath towels when staying in the cabins at Blue Mountain Adventure Park.

Blue Mountain Adventure Park has a lot to offer during the winter season, including snow tubing with a lift, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, tobogganing and ice skating. Snow tubes are complimentary, and snowshoes and cross-country skis are available to rent.

Location: North Battleford

Price: from $159/night

Kenosee Inn & Cabins

There are twenty-three cabins (5 different layouts) at Kenosee Inn and Cabins, located within Moose Mountain Provincial Park. Each cabin has a private deck with gas BBQ and fire pit complete with firewood.

Cross-country ski and snowshoe rentals are available onsite. Visitors have access to 50 km of groomed cross country ski trails and 10 kilometres of snowshoeing trails in and around Moose Mountain Provincial Park.

Location: Kenosee Lake

Price: from $120/night with a two-night minimum stay

Firesong Resort

Choose one of the five fully equipped cabins at Firesong Resort located on Fowler Lake, Saskatchewan for your winter getaway. There are cabins or luxury lovers, people travelling with their furry friends and large groups.

During the winter months, guests enjoy ice fishing, skating and ice hockey on the frozen lake, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing (rental available at the resort). After a day of adventure, gather around the firepit for some s’mores.

Location: Fowler Lake

Price: from $400/night (two-night minimum)

Candle Lake Golf Resort

The cabins at Candle Lake Golf Resort include a cozy fireplace and fire pit, so there are plenty of opportunities to warm up after a day outside. If you feel like dining out while staying at Candle Lake, there is a coffee shop and restaurant at the resort.

Guests at Candle Lake Resort can rent an ice fishing shack for the day, go snowshoeing (rentals at the resort), skating and snowmobiling.

Location: Candle Lake

Price: from $135/night

Thompson’s Resort

Luxury cabins, group cabins and cabins with a range of bedrooms are available for rent at Thompson’s Resort.

Choose from snowshoeing, cross-country skiing (ungroomed trails), ice skating, tobogganing, snowmobiling, ice fishing, fat tire biking and campfire cookouts. Snowshoes, ice fishing gear and snowmobiles are available for rent at Thompson’s Resort.

Location: Missinipe

Price: from $185/night

The Resort at Cypress Hills

Located in Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, the Resort at Cypress Hills offers a selection of two and three-bedroom pet-friendly cabins. Each cabin has a fire pit and firewood is available at the resort.

Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park offers cross-country skiing, ice skating, snowshoeing, tobogganing, fat-tire biking, ice fishing and snowmobiling. Cross-country skis and snowshoes are available for rent onsite.

Location: Maple Creek

Price: from $149/night