Driving Directions

Driving to Riverside Resort & Outfitting from Edmonton, AB should take between 4 and 5 hours, depending on where in the city you are starting from.  It is a simple drive with the biggest centers you go through being Smokey Lake and Bonnyville.  For services, there are a number of gas stations on your route,  and then Bonnyville would be the biggest center for groceries etc.  There is a Walmart in Cold Lake, which is only about a 10 minute drive out of your way before you leave Alberta and enter Saskatchewan.

  1. From 97 St NW continue North out of Edmonton.
  2. 97 St NW turns into AB-28 heading towards Bon Accord.
  3. Continue on AB-28 through Waskatenau, Smokey Lake, Ashmont, Bonneyville, Ardmore, to the Beaver Crossing where you will turn east (right) on AB-55.
  4. You will then hit the Alberta, Saskatchewan border.
  5. Stay on SK-55 through Pierceland, Beacon Hill to Peerless (stop sign).
  6. Turn north (left) on SK-26 toward Goodsoil.
  7. Turn east (right) on Hinterland Road towards Dorintosh.
  8. At Dorintosh turn north (left) onto SK-4 and through to the Meadow Lake Provincial Park gates.
  9. Go through the gates and over the Waterhen River, here the road changes to SK-904 and will be gravel the rest of the way.
  10. Continue on SK-904 N and take the North Waterhen access (make sure to stay to the left).
  11. Keep going on SK-904 N past Jeanette Lake.
  12. You will hit an intersection with a logging road on your left, make sure to stay right on SK-904 N.
  13. In Approximately 5 km you will see the Riverside Resort & Outfitting sign and we are just on the left (you will see the yard/buildings).

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Riverside Resort & Outfitters,
PO Box 121,
Saskatchewan, S0M 0T0,
W: www.riversideresort.ca
P: 306-236-1610
P: 1-855-356-8836 (Toll free)

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Our Mission

Riverside Resort & Outfitting provide superb wilderness vacation experiences within the spectacular backdrop of balsam fir and mature spruce trees. Our lakes hold trophy walleye, monster northern pike, whitefish and perch. Our hunting grounds support whitetail, moose, bear, duck and goose. We work every day to provide you with experiences that will last a lifetime.