Buffalo Pound Provincial Park
|Rural Municipality||Moose Jaw No. 161|
|Nearest villages||Tuxford, Chamberlain|
|IUCN category||II - National Park|
Buffalo Pound Provincial Park is a Saskatchewan Provincial Park located in southern Saskatchewan about 30 km (19 mi) northeast of the city of Moose Jaw and 86 km (53 mi) northwest of the city of Regina.
The park centres on Buffalo Pound Lake, a prairie lake formed from glaciation about 10,000 years ago. Seasonal recreation activities include swimming (two public beaches and a pool), camping, fishing, mini-golf, biking, hiking, and access to the Trans-Canada Trail. The park also features a captive herd of bison, along with the Nicolle Flats Marsh where a variety of wildlife can be observed. There is also a trout pond, known as Buffalo Pond, which is stocked with rainbow, brown and tiger trout. Highways 202 and 301 intersect near the park.