The nearest town is about 15 minutes away and has a population of approximately 5,000 people. It is host to a few sporting goods stores, a liquor store, grocery stores, a fitness center, hardware stores, hotels, bars, restaurants, a bowling alley, movie theater, doctors, dentists, a hospital and pharmacies.  The people are friendly and the atmosphere subdued. 

Travel


The most convenient airports are Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (3 hours from the lodge) and Edmonton, Alberta (4 hours from the lodge).
Airfare, rental vehicles, and hotel accommodations in Saskatoon or Edmonton are not included in your hunt package.

All visitors to Canada have to have a valid passport. Have your passport with you when you get to the airport and do not attempt to bring into Canada more alcohol or tobacco products than you are allowed. If you have a criminal record, even a DUI, you may be refused entry. If so, contact Canada border crossing services (click below) so they can assess your admissibility into Canada.

 

The professional hunting and fishing consultants at Worldwide Trophy Adventures (WTA) have teamed up with Travel With Guns (TWG) to offer clients the very best travel services available. Traveling with firearms and/or ammo can be at times both difficult and overwhelming.

 

TWG is the industry leader and has the experience to assist hunters so that they can get to where they are going, accompanied by their guns and ammo. TWG TRAVEL helps you navigate the complex process of transporting firearms before your exotic hunt. Their 24/7 support while traveling, means their friendly staff is on hand at all times to respond to your calls or emails in a timely manner. Other features of their travel services include:

 

– Handling Arrangements, Airfare, & Accommodations

– Real-Time Tracking of Lost or Stolen Luggage via Blue Ribbon Bag

– Travel Insurance Geared towards Hunters (Ripcord Rescue Travel Insurance)

 

To start planning your trip with assistance from TWG/WTA, click here

 

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Bear

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Saskatoon

Edmonton

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Lodging


We have two locations; Safari River (Riverside) located on the Beaver River in Meadow Lake & Safari River Lakeside located on Green Lake. The two lodges are less than 45 minutes apart (driving time). Our riverside lodge is located near the confluence of two rivers, the Beaver and the Meadow. The location for both lodges was chosen for its proximity to both huntable and watchable wildlife and are truly unique and special places of unspoiled beauty. Situated on the edge of the forest line, our lodges provide easy access to the agricultural lands to the south and to the lakes, rivers and forest uplands to the North that are rugged and wild. There is a large Ducks Unlimited Marsh Project near the Beaver River lodge which attracts a wide range of wildlife right to the front lawn! At night, the northern lights dance in the sky and coyotes can be heard in the distance.
A visit to one of our lodges is not just a fantastic hunting trip, It is an experience to remember!

SAFARI RIVER

(Beaver River, Meadow Lake location)

The Main Lodge: The main lodge will be stocked with fresh baked muffins, cookies and snacks to grab for your hunt or enjoy between meals. After a memorable day of hunting, you’ll enjoy a home cooked breakfast in the main lodge dining room prepared by Chef Craig Wheeler. A large dining room serves as a place for good food and relaxation. After a successful day of hunting, your day is complete with a fantastic dinner and delicious desserts.
Relax in the entertainment room to catch the football game or watch your favorite hunting show, in our leather recliners, on our big screen televisions. Connect to our complimentary wi-fi to reach your family or work.
The area immediately surrounding the hunting lodge has a state-of-the-art clay pigeon thrower, camp fire pit, and a large shop where you will meet your guides in the morning and enjoy a coffee and snack. When you are not hunting, you can relax in the private and peaceful atmosphere on the front porch overlooking the river or ask how you can add fishing to your hunting adventure!

Moose: Sleeps 6 with three double rooms. It features a living room with TV, a full-size refrigerator, a keurig station, and a full washroom.

Duck/Goose: Duck and Goose are our two duplexes. Each cabin sleeps 4 people. It includes a full washroom, a keurg coffee station, mini fridge, television, air conditioning and a front porch.

Deer: Deer is a two-person cabin we also refer to as the “honeymoon suite”. It includes a full washroom.

Bear: Bear sleeps 2-3 people.

OUTPOST CAMPS
Minnow: This four person outpost cabin is remotely located on Minnow Lake. It is only accessible by a half hour quad ride through wooded paths. It features propane electricity and heat but does not have running water. You will be served meals by your guide and will be brought to the main lodge every other night for a hot shower and home-cooked meal. A front porch overlooks the beautiful Minnow lake. If you’re looking to escape, this is your get-away!

Moose: This four person tented outpost camp is remotely located in the woods adjacent to Moose Lake. This camp may be “roughing it” with no running water, but it will get you into prime deer and bear country.  This property and sites haven’t been hunted in years. You will be served meals by your guide and will be brought to the main lodge every other night for a hot shower and home-cooked meal.

SAFARI RIVER LAKESIDE

(Green Lake location)

The Lodge:  The lodge has 8 bedrooms each with a bathroom (most are set up with two twins and a queen in each room). A common space with a bar, leather couches and dining area divides the two hallways of bedrooms for privacy.  Wake up to the beautiful sunrise right over beautiful Green Lake. There is a private dock on the premises and 2 boat launches; one 1 min away and one 10 mins away & they do allow motor boats. The kitchen will be stocked with fresh baked muffins, cookies and snacks to grab for your hunt or enjoy between meals. After a memorable day of hunting, you’ll enjoy a home cooked breakfast in the main lodge dining room prepared by Chef Lori Saam. A large dining area serves as a place for good food and relaxation. After a successful day of hunting, your day is complete with a fantastic dinner and delicious desserts.
Relax in the entertainment room to catch the football game or watch your favorite hunting show, in our leather recliners, on our big screen television. Connect to our complimentary wi-fi to reach your family or work.  You can also unwind on the large deck over-looking the lake, have a beverage near the fire pit or soak in the hot tub. Ask how you can add fishing to your hunting adventure!
The area immediately surrounding the hunting lodge has a large shop where you will meet your guides in the morning.

OUTPOST CAMPS
Beedy: This outpost cabin is remotely located north of the lodge on Beedy Lake. It is only accessible by a half hour quad ride through wooded paths. It features propane electricity and heat but does not have running water. You will be served meals by your guide and will be brought to the main lodge every other night for a hot shower and home-cooked meal. If you’re looking to escape, this is your get-away!

For more photos of our beautiful lodge, check out our gallery

Guns & Ammunition


A Non-resident Firearms Declaration Form is required for a cost of $25 (Canadian). To save time, we recommend you complete the form ahead of time.

– Declare firearms in writing to a customs officer at the point of entry to Canada, using the Non-Resident Firearm Declaration (form RCMP 5589).

 

– If there are more than three firearms, a Non-Resident Firearm Declaration Continuation Sheet (form RCMP 5590) should be added.

 

– The declaration form should be filled out prior to arrival at the point of entry, in order to save time. However, it should not be signed before arriving at the entry point, as a Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) customs officer must witness the signature.

 

– Once the declaration has been confirmed by the CBSA customs officer, it acts as a licence for the owner and it is valid for 60 days. The declaration can be renewed for free, providing it is renewed before it expires, by contacting the Chief Firearms Officer (call 1-800-731-4000) of the relevant province or territory.

 

Pre-processing for non-resident hunters: CBSA pre-processing for non-resident hunters who wish to process their firearm prior to entering Canada (this option is only available if the hunter is coming into Canada through Saskatoon, in other words direct from the United States, landing in Saskatoon)
 Non-Resident Firearm Declaration Form (PDF)

 

Fax cover sheet: Fax Cover Sheet (PDF)

 

If there are any questions regarding this please contact the Canada Border Services Agency office in Saskatoon at 306-975-4755.

 

Ammunition: If you plan to supply your own shells for hunting in Saskatchewan, there is a limit to the amount of ammunition you can carry across the border. Saskatchewan customs can provide you with specifics.  

 

Air Travel/Security: Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) wants to make sure hunters know the rules at pre-board screening to avoid unpleasant surprises at the airport security checkpoint. Here’s some of their advice to hunters who will be taking a commercial flight to their hunting spot.  http://www.catsa.gc.ca/hunting2017

 

Firearms Safety: Firearms Safety (PDF)

Canada Gun Laws