Regional Park Pass Lending Program

May 18 – September 15, 2023

If you have a Saskatchewan library card, you can borrow a free regional park pass from your local library! Passes can be borrowed for a seven day period and can be used at any of the nearly 100 regional parks in Saskatchewan.


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Regional Park Pass Lending Program

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