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Saskatchewan.

There is very little information available for Saskatchewan, but I try to provide it all. Please send an update if I am missing any sites.

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Usage changes over time. I encourage you to use discretion in locating and using the locations listed.


Saskatchewan.

REGINA, SASKATCHEWAN: Green Haven Sun Club (FCN, AANR).
Open May 1 to September 30. This 10 hectare (25 acre) site has a full range of facilities. Box 3374, Regina, Saskatchewan, S4P 3H1. (306) 699-2515. [Last info 2006]

SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN: Prairie Suns (FCN, AANR?).
Non-landed club. Box 3135, Battleford, Saskatchewan, S0M 0E0. (306) 937-2114. Email: prsuns144@aol.com. [Last info 2006]

SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN: Paradise Beach ("Bare Ass Beach"). (GPS: N51 58.5 W106 47.28)
Paradise Beach is about 22km from Saskatoon. It is enjoyed by both clothed and nude beachgoers, and is a popular launching point for people wishing to canoe in the South Saskatchewan River.
"The Meewasin Valley Authority wants to tidy up a troubled beach with a sullied reputation. It has applied to the Rural Municipality of Corman Park to rezone a four-acre parcel of land adjacent to Paradise Beach as conservation land. 'We're trying to encourage more family use for the area, rather than undesirable use,' said MVA planning coordinator John Gerstmar. The secluded Paradise Beach area, also known to sun worshippers as 'Bare Ass Beach,' is located about 17 km southwest of Saskatoon on the South Saskatchewan River." [Source: Saskatoon Star Phoenix newspaper (Friday Feb 14 1997)]
Directions: Proceed south on Circle Drive W from Hwy 7. Cross 11th Street W and continue on Dundonald Ave. The road curves right, then left (becoming Moon Lake Road), and curves right once again to become Valley Road. After 3 km (at 18.35 km) turn left onto Range Road 3063 (gravel). "Approximately 3 km further on there will be a parking area on the left. A foot path beyond a white gate leads to the beach. The nude area seems to be to the left as you face the water." [Chris, July 1998]
Alternate Directions: From Saskatoon, take Hwy 7 West towards Vanscoy, turn south on highway 60, then east on 672 for about 1.2 kms, then turn turn south on Range Road 3063 (gravel). Then continue with the directions above.
Note: "The area continues to be used by both nudists and clothed persons. The water level of the river is very low right now allowing for miles and miles of sandbars. The water is shallow and warm but the current is very, very fast. Unfortunately, as more "textiles" come to use the beach, more garbage (broken beer bottles, cans, chip bags, etc.) is left on the beach." [Lisa, 1999 July 13]
Update: I have seen references to this beach in 2008 and 2010.

SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN: Cranberry Flats. (GPS: N52 1.911 W106 42.417)
8 km south of Saskatoon off Hwy 219, Cranberry flats has fine sand and water that is shallow and warm, but also fast moving with sudden drop offs, so it can be dangerous, especially for children and poor swimmers.
"The main beach area is a clothed beach frequented by many families with children and people with dogs. However, the very far south end does have an unofficial nude area. The nude area is a very popular beach for the gay crowd to hang out. The area is occasionally used by others, but its primary users by far are gay men." [Doug, Nov 2002]
Directions: Head south on Hwy 219 and turn west at Baker road then north on Strathcona. After 0.5 km, turn left and park. [Last info Nov 2008]