COVID-19 Updates – Trail Guidelines & Closures

Meewasin is committed to measures to slow the progress and flatten the curve of infections for COVID-19. To ensure that the general public and our staff are safe we are taking all preventative measures possible to stop the transmission of the virus. With this in mind Beaver Creek Conservation Area and the Meewasin Valley Authority Main Office will be closed with staff working remotely until further notice.

As of May 4th, 2020, Cranberry Flats is open 7 days a week from 8am-8pm. 

A Complete List of Site Closures:

Meewasin Valley Main Office – CLOSED until further notice

Beaver Creek Conservation Area – CLOSED until (target date) September 8th, 2020.

Poplar Bluffs, Paradise Beach and Fred Heal Canoe Launch are CLOSED due to rising river levels.

Trail Guidelines

Many parts of the Meewasin Trail remain open. Please follow the physical distancing guidelines below to Please follow the guidelines below to prevent the spread of COVID-19






















If you need to contact Meewasin, please call (306) 665-6887 or email and watch for updates.

Virtual Nature Tour of Beaver Creek

Experience spring out at Beaver Creek and dive into nature with our interpreter Jamie!

A tour at Beaver Creek Conservation Area is always bursting with wildlife including various animals, plants, and insects! Spring is an especially exciting time, where many species are blooming, or having babies.

Due to COVID-19, Beaver Creek is closed until advisable, but follow along with Jamie’s adventure to see some unique and adorable species found in the Meewasin Valley in Saskatoon & area virtually, until it’s safe to come out again!