Sturgeon River Wagon Ride

1-15 Guests • Lodge • Private • Guided


Take the wagon and switch on and off of the horses during your ride.

Works great for larger groups and people that are hesitant to ride a full day.

Ride out from the ranch in the beautiful Sturgeon River Valley into the wild west side of the PA National Park, home of Canada's only totally free ranging heard of Plains Bison within their historic habitat. Head south on the west side trail in search of the largest animal on the plains. Pack your lunch in your saddle bag and enjoy it at the half way point in Long Meadow where the bison typically graze. Ride back along the valley view trail overlooking Stoney Plain Meadows and Valley View Meadows.

We ride year round rain or shine. The trails around the ranch are beautiful what ever the season. On the long summer days stunning dragonflies flit past, dancing to the sounds of the birds and the bubbling streams. In the winter we trek though silent enchanted forests sparkling with hoarfrost, and marvel at the horses icy eyelashes while sipping on hot chocolate.

Add on an extra day of lodging or more of riding. With over a million acres to explore there is a different trail for every day of the week.

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Add-on: Additional Horse(s)


Add-on: Ranch House Rental (Select # of Rooms)


Your Host

undefined's Trip

John P

John has been a guide in the hunting industry since 2007 making clients successful with waterfowl, whitetail, bear, and bighorn sheep hunts. During the offseason, John is involved in the hospitality and tourism industry and runs his guest ranch located on the west side of Prince Albert National Park.

from $550/Day

You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.

$165.00 Per Day Per Item


$110.00 Per Night Per Item


$38.50 Per Night Per Item


Base Price

$550.00 Per Day


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Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.


  • Experienced Guides
  • Wagon
  • Horses & Tack



Gear List

  • Personal Gear
  • Appropriate Riding Gear
  • Drinks and Snacks
  • Comfortable Shoes

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Rules & Guidelines


With all the amenities of home you can rest your legs at the end of the day and tell stories around the campfire. You never can tell when it'll break out into a game of horse shoes or song around these parts. We have several rooms that sleep up to 4 people in bunk beds. Other attractions around the ranch include canoeing, fishing, berry picking, bird watching, hiking/biking trails, sleigh rides, snowshoeing, music festivals, and more. 


Powered camp sites available for self contained campers


We ride rain or shine so be prepared with the proper attire to face the elements Saskatchewan nature throws at you.

  • Closed toe footwear. We strongly recommend footwear with a heel on it. We do have extra boots at the ranch but cannot guarantee we'll have your size.
  • Please wear long pants. No shorts, skirts, or dresses.
  • Bug spray and sunscreen.
  • Snacks or a lunch, and water for your trip. We do have saddle bags to store such things while riding, but space is limited.
  • A camera, to remember your ride in the park and to grab a picture with your trusty steed.
  • A full charged phone charger as there is nowhere to plug in and recharge on the trails.


  • It’s an amazing experience to ride in the winter around the ranch…as long as you are not cold!
  • So please be sure to bring warm winter clothes, winter boots, winter gloves and layer up.

Our Release of Liability form.

Please message host to read and sign prior to your arrival.

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