1. LHK Package: $150/day/1 bdrm.1 bath (2 people)
2. LHK Studio Package: Sleeps 2. $125 per day (Summer Only)
3. Rustic Lodge Rooms: $100/day/sgl
4. Honeymoon Package: (3 days/3 nights) $675
6. Canoe/Paddle Boat/Row Boat Rentals:
7. Trail Riding:
Resort Fee $10 per day per cabin
Daily Fee for pets
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Nestled in the forested Thickwood Hills, a 90 minute drive north of Saskatoon Saskatchewan, Lake Savard is a hidden gem. It is completely surrounded by the 1120 acre Carlton Trail Nature and Wildlife Sanctuary, and adjoins a vast tract of natural recreational forest.
The lakeside Carlton Trail Guest Ranch is your perfect hideaway. The turn-of-the-century replica homestead houses have all the comforts of home while giving you a taste for pioneer life: a wood burning stove, burlap curtains decorating the windows, pots and pans hanging on the wall, handmade quilts on the beds. Alternatively, you can stay in our small, well equipped campground.
The homesteads are fully equipped for you to do your own cooking or, if you prefer, our staff will prepare gourmet home-cooked meals. Our small country general store stocks staple items such as flour, sugar, tea, old-fashioned candies, homemade bread and pies, and a selection of hand made quilts and native tanned crafts.
Our rustic meeting and dining lodge is the perfect facility for your next meeting or corporate bonding session. The lodge is hand crafted from western red cedar logs in the “Old Hudson Bay piece on piece” fashion. From the lodge’s dining and meeting area you can enjoy a beautiful view of Lake Savard and the rugged and historic Thickwood Hills. Decks and balcony allow for a private coffee meeting or alternatively you can enjoy your favourite beverage around the warm fireplace with your business associates.
The working ranch of our facility is home to the legendary Texas Longhorn cattle breed. These magnificent animals roam in a natural and chemical-free environment producing lean, tender and healthy organic steaks.
What our guests enjoy most is the chance to experience nature in a beautiful and peaceful setting, but without the hubbub often associated with lakeside resorts. Travel on the lake is strictly non-motorized.
Canoes and row boats are waiting at the dock for you to take a leisurely paddle or to try your luck at catch-and-release fishing for Northern Pike and Walleye. Walking and hiking possibilities are unlimited, with trails in the rugged hills offering everything from a gentle stroll to energetic all-day outings. When winter arrives the trails are ideal for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
A must is a visit to the hilltop buffalo jump where, during the great hunts of yesteryear, stampeding herds plummeted to their deaths. In places you can still see remnants of the historical Carlton Trail which, during the days of the fur trade and opening of the west, provided a link between Winnipeg and Edmonton.
Along with the following partner we offer wagon treks, buggy and sleigh rides.
Parkland Wagon Treks
Revive the spirit of the Old West as you ride through wooded pastures, over rolling hills, and through pioneer homesteads in our covered wagons. Experience life of an earlier era: outdoor cooking, camping, and campfire stories. Be lulled to sleep by the howl of the lonely wolf and the eerie cry of the loon and awaken to the serenade of a wilderness songbird.