Palliser Regional Park is a park located on Lake Diefenbaker, in Riverhurst, Saskatchewan.[1] It is named after John Palliser, namesake of the Palliser expedition,[2] who reportedly camped in or near the park site in 1857.[3][4] The park was founded around 1963.[5]

See also


  1. ^ Snook, Michael (2004). Fishing Saskatchewan: An Angler's Guide to Provincial Waters. University of Regina Press. p. 155. ISBN 978-0-88977-166-6.
  2. ^ Hanna, Kevin S.; Clark, Douglas A.; Slocombe, D. Scott (18 October 2007). Transforming Parks and Protected Areas: Policy and Governance in a Changing World. Routledge. p. 182. ISBN 978-1-134-19009-6.
  3. ^ Clancy, Michael; Clancy, Anna (2006). A User's Guide to Saskatchewan Parks. University of Regina Press. p. 37. ISBN 978-0-88977-198-7.
  4. ^ The Papers of the Palliser Expedition, 1857–1860. Toronto: Champlain Society. 1968. p. 152.
  5. ^ South Saskatchewan River Development Project: Progress Report for the Period 1958 to 1963. Regina, Saskatchewan: South Saskatchewan River Development Commission. 1963. p. 1978.

Coordinates: 50°53′25″N 106°56′32″W / 50.89028°N 106.94222°W / 50.89028; -106.94222