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Trefoil Trails is Bridging Rivers Area's very own camp site located in Pike Lake Provincial Park, minutes away from Saskatoon. It is a large fenced in site that is able to accommodate up to four different groups at one time. There are facilities for all kinds of camping experiences - from tenting using an outdoor kitchen to small cabins to a lodge with actual kitchen facilities. The camp is also winterized so units are able to use the lodge and camp during the cold winter months. A map showing how to get to the camp and a map showing the layout of the camp, is available from the Area Office.

To find out more about Trefoil Trails and/or booking a camp site and the costs, please see the links below or contact the Area office. All bookings are made through our Bridging Rivers Area Office by email or by phone 306-652-3275.

Trefoil Trails Booking Calendar

Booking Fee Info
Please note the current annual start dates for acceptance of bookings:
For activities taking place -
September-April: bookings accepted from June 1
May-August: bookings accepted from November 15
Camp Information Brochure
Site Map Directions to Trefoil Trails
Trefoil Trails Through the Years

The Camping Operating Committee


Chairpersons: Megan Loessl and Tara Brychun

The Trefoil Trails Operating Committee is a small but dedicated group that works hard to maintain and care for our great camp!  The committee meets 4 times per year and also organizes the Spring (April) and Fall (September) Clean Ups.  Committee members take turns going out to Trefoil Trails monthly to do routine checks and take care of any small jobs that need to be done. 
The operating committee is always looking for new members.  If you would like more information please contact committee Chair Megan - 


Check out the brand new Trefoil Trails Facebook page here and ‘friend’ us!  Watch the page for notices, stories and pictures.  We would love for you to share your camping tales as well 

Many thanks to the POW City Kinsmen for their support. They have completed some much needed maintenance and repair work at the camp!