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Liquor now allowed at 14 provincial day-use picnic sites


Bring the sandwiches, salads and, if you like, bring a few beers too — more than a dozen provincial day-use picnic sites will permit limit consumption starting Friday

The provincial government announced the relaxed rules Friday. It’s the second such rule change in as many months; in May the government lifted May long weekend liquor bans at eight provincial parks. 

The day-use area picnic sites where liquor will be permitted, with food, between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m. are: 

Kananaskis Country

  • Little Elbow Provincial Recreation Area (Forget-me-not Pond day use)
  • Spray Valley Provincial Park (Wedge Pond day use)
  • Fish Creek Provincial Park (Hulls Wood day use)
  • Cobble Flats Provincial Recreation Area (Cobble Flats day use)

Central Region

  • Miquelon Lake Provincial Park (main day use)
  • Pigeon Lake Provincial Park (main day use)
  • William A. Switzer Provincial Park (Kelly’s Bathtub day use)

Northeast Region

  • Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park (day-use C picnic shelter)
  • Beaver Lake Provincial Recreation Area (day-use picnic shelter)
  • Whitney Lakes Provincial Park (Ross Lake day-use shelter)

Northwest Region

  • Saskatoon Island Provincial Park (main day use)

South Region

  • Beauvais Lake Provincial Park (Beaver Creek day use)
  • Cypress Hills Provincial Park (East Elkwater day use)
  • Dinosaur Provincial Park (main day use)





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