Vision: To honor God with Camp Lutherland as a place where all God's children can build memories of eternal hope in a loving Savior.
Mission: People need the opportunity for physical rest and relaxation. Christian people also need and wish for the added opportunity for spiritual rejuvenation, Christian fellowship, and the communion of God. The purpose of Lutherland is to provide Christ-centered programs which complement the ministry of the Church by offering opportunities for growth through planned activities in an outdoor environment so that people, particularly the young, may:
- Learn to know God and His love in Jesus Christ more fully.
- Explore who the are in God's sight and contemplate their role in life as God's children.
- Grow in their relationship with other people.
- Strengthen family bonds through opportunities for family camping.
Established in 1945 & Located on the south shores of Lake Katepwa in the beautiful Qu’Appelle Valley, Camp Monahan becomes a temporary home to many youngsters and staff in the form of a Christian summer recreation youth camp each year. Camp Monahan is owned by the Archdiocese of Regina and operated by the Camp Monahan Association.
The beautiful, 50-acre site of the camp owes its birth to scouting. In 1941, A.G. (Bert) Morris, then the scoutmaster of Scared Heart troop, discovered Sheep’s Point on an overnight trip with the scouts. Liking the spot, he took his troop for a two-week camping trip to the property the following year. Soon inter-parochial camping developed with Bert Morris as Camp Chief and Monseigneur Anthony Gocki acting as Chaplain, business manager and swimming instructor
Descend into picturesque Echo Valley Provincial Park and slip away from the clutter and woe of the workaday world. With two beaches, access to two lakes, a beautiful valley setting, loads of recreational opportunities and a romantic legend to boot, Echo is primed and ready to rejuvenate bodies and spirits. And it's located less than an hour northeast of Regina.
The focus of activity in this recreational park is the area separating Pasqua and Echo lakes in the expansive Qu'Appelle Valley, a rolling green carpet of hills and ravines that takes its name from an Indian legend about a young man who thought he heard someone calling his name. This delta area situated between the beaches and boat launches of the two lakes is a cultured lawn and park with change rooms, play areas, barbecues, a mini-golf facility and volleyball courts.
Katepwa Point Provincial Park
Address: Box 790 Fort Qu'Appelle
Phone: (306) 332-3215
8 hectares, Recreation Park. One of southern Saskatchewan's favourites, this small and attractive day-use park has a beach, shaded lawns and family picnic area. Accommodations, private campground, licensed dining, concessions, miniature golf, nine hole golf courses, and canoe, kayak and paddleboat rentals nearby.
Town of Fort Qu'Appelle Campground
Address: Elm St Fort Qu'Appelle, SK
Phone: (306) 332-4614
Fort Qu'Appelle's Campground and picnic area is at the east end of Echo Lake across the river from the museum, just a 5 minute walk to downtown Fort Qu'Appelle and about the same distance to Echo Ridge Golf Course. Two picnic shelters have been built on the main beach. There is no entrance fee to the park providing open access to the picnic area, beach, boat launch, fish filleting stations, camp kitchen, swimming, playground and beach volleyball court.
Services for registered campers include:
trailer dump station