Wood Mountain Regional Park

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The Wood Mountain Regional Park Board & its staff are not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged property.  Thank you!

Website Upgrades!

Please browse through our website and look for the updated pictures! 


Also, we are excited to show off our new page that will help you pick out your favorite camping spot before you even make the journey to Wood Mountain Regional Park! 


Please look at under the Services tab for the "Campsites" page.  Or click on this link to take you there! Campsites

Announcements


Board Members Needed

Our park is reliant on a volunteer board. The board oversees staff, makes upgrading decisions, and otherwise ensures that the park runs smoothly throughout the summer.  We meet about once a month in Wood Mountain. Please consider joining the board - many hands make light work and we are very appreciative of any new "hands!". 

Our Annual General Meeting is on Sun. Feb 12, 2017 @ 7:30 in Wood Mountain at the RM Boardroom.

This is your opportunity to join the board and help us keep the park up and running for your friends and family to enjoy! 

Please contact any Board Member if you have any questions.


2017 Job Postings

Please consider a summer time job at our park. Applications due April 1, 2017.

Click on the link below for job descriptions and information on where to submit your applications. Thank you for your interest!

Job Opportunities



SWIMMING LESSON REGISTRATION BEGINS ON MAY 1, 2017.

Registration link will be posted then. Thank you.


2017 Swimming Lesson Dates will be announced soon. Please check back. Thanks!



Camping Rates can be found by clicking on the "Services" tab.  Or follow this link

Services


Coming Events!

Check out our events page for all of the upcoming events happening in the park!

Events



Thank You!




Welcome!

The park is located 5 miles south of Wood Mountain in a natural treed setting amid rolling hills in the heart of ranch country. Museums and monuments include a Rodeo Ranch Museum, Homestead museum and Sitting Bull monument. A walking trail to Historic Old Post NWMP Museum is located beside the park.  Also, a covered sand box, playground, and a brand new swimming pool!