Craik is centrally located in south central Saskatchewan along the Number 11 Highway, or Louis Riel Trail as it’s come to be know, and just a short distance from three major Saskatchewan cities.
From Regina, the capital city of Saskatchewan, we are just over an hours drive north on the #11 or about 116km or 72 miles.
From Saskatoon, the largest Provincial city, the drive will take you about an hour and a half going south or about 135km or 85 miles, again on the #11.
From “The Friendly City,” Moose Jaw, you will take the #2 north to Chamberlain, then the #11 northwest to Craik. The drive will only take you about 45 minutes as it’s only 83km or 51 miles to Craik.
Informative and Interesting
At one time the No. 11 highway went right through Craik, as it did many small towns, and there were 3 full service gas stations to serve the traffic. But with progress and time the highway re-routed around the town to make travel more convenient and faster. There are still 2 stations along the old highway route but now-a-days they don’t see the highway traffic like they used to.
Both McRae Farm Service and the Craik CO-OP are located in town along the old highway and are open daily with both gas and diesel. Fleet cards are available for evening and late night fueling. Stop in at the stations for full details on these and other programs.
As well Acklands Service Station is located on the service road at the main entryway into Craik. Gas and diesel are both available along with a convenience store and vehicle repair shop.
From Craik to:
Edmonton, AB 662km / 410mi Calgary, AB 691km / 428mi Winnipeg, MB 681km / 422mi United States Border 261km / 162mi
Craik Park MapA detailed map showing the park outlay including camp sites, pool and all amenities is available here.
Getting to Craik
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