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Map of Saskatchewan showing location of Bengough

The two RV Gypsies
in Bengough, Saskatchewan, Canada
July 4, 2013

overhead sign Bengough REgional Park

The two RV Gypsies drove from Moose Mountain Provincial Park to Bengough Regional Park.  The entrance to the park was impossible to drive into without first unhooking the truck from the RV because it meant a sharp left turn. This was a very small park, and the two RV Gypsies went there without reservations, because there was no way to contact them (they had no cell service nor internet service). The entrance was unmanned and it was on the honor system to put the money for the campground, plus the park fee in an envelope and put the envelope in a slot. While checking out the sites (there was only about 29 sites) the two RV Gypsies saw signs on almost all of the sites stating that they were reserved for local people for July 5 and 6 (the week-end). There were two sites not reserved and the two RV Gypsies chose to take one of those sites. Good thing, because even though the other sites were reserved for the 5th and the two RV Gypsies would be leaving early that morning, some people came in on the evening of the 4th and parked in those sites. It would not have been a good thing if the Two RV Gypsies were in the site.  The park very small, square shaped, with dirt roads and a big grassy playground in the middle of the square campground. Only one (1) TV station came in. No Wi-Fi, not even the two RV Gypsies' own AT&T Wi-Fi.  No pool. There were some small critters running around the park. The two RV Gypsies were not sure what kind of critters they were, but they were cute and very fast runners. Karen did not take photos of the campground, and the critters would not stop and pose for a photograph.

 

The two RV Gypsies took a ride around the small town of Bengough, Saskatchewan, Canada in their toad. Bengough (bɛn.ɡo) is a town in the rural municipality of Bengough No. 40, in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. A southeastern Saskatchewan prairie town, Bengough is located east of Willow Bunch Lake on Highway 34 near Highway 705. It is named Bengough after cartoonist John Wilson Bengough. Located in a mixed farming and ranching area, Bengough's main economic industry is agriculture. Bengough and District Regional Park (not the campground) featured a large outdoor swimming pool, 9-hole golf course as well as play area. Its motto is: Gateway to the Big Muddy

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Bengough Museum sign
bell outside Bengough Museum
sign about the bell in Bengough
Bell monument in Bengough
Bengough time capsule
 
Menu for the two RV Gypsies Adventures
in Saskatchewan, Canada
July 3 - 4, 2013

You may visit these six (6) sites in any order you choose.

enter Canada via Manitoba

Moose Mountain

Bengough

Castle Butte

Willow Bunch -
Home of the Giant

St. Victor's Petroglyphs

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