Wildcat Hill Provincial Park
|Wildcat Hill Provincial Park|
|Nearest city||Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan|
|Governing body||Saskatchewan Parks|
Wildcat Hill Provincial Park is a wilderness park in northeastern Saskatchewan approximately 40km from Hudson Bay. It is located amongst the Pasqua Hills, south of Highway 55, and west of Highway 9. The 21,752-hectare park was established as a protected area in 1971, and became a Provincial Park in 1992.
The main attractions of Wildcat Hill Provincial Park are hunting and snowmobiling. The snowmobile trails in the park are part of a 684.14km-network of trails maintained by the Hudson Bay Trail Riders. In addition to the groomed trails, there are also many kilometres of unmaintained trails.
Moose, white-tailed deer, wolves, american black bear, coyotes and cougar are commonly found inside the park. In addition to hunting, fishing can be done in the park at Bankside Lake, Firhead Lake, the Fir River and the Pasquia River.
While not accessible by car, the park is reachable by ATV or snowmobile.
- "Wildcat Hill Provincial Park". Retrieved 2015-07-14.
- "Hudson Bay offers snowmobilers plenty of snow and space". Retrieved 2015-07-14.
- "Wildcat Hill Prov Park". Retrieved 2015-07-14.
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