Lloydminster has the unusual characteristic of straddling the Alberta and Saskatchewan border. Because of this, it has a claim to either province as addresses depending on which side of 50th Avenue one resides. It was named after George Lloyd, an Anglican priest who would become the Bishop of Saskatchewan in 1922.
- Full hookup sites
- Gated area for security
- Pet friendly
- Full hook-ups
- Long term stays available
- Playground and Rec Room
- Full or partial hookup sites
- Free hot showers
- Playground and 18-hole golf course
Food and Drink in Lloydminster
Stop for a quick bite or a hometown dining experience.
Bars, Dining, and Cafes
For three generations and over 50 years, the Kokonas family has brought authentic Greek food to Lloydminster. They bring comfort and kinship to the city as well as full, happy stomachs.
Not sure what you’re hungry for? Three Trees has a wide variety of delicious eats for you to choose from in a clean and cozy environment. Enjoy local music and events while you’re there for the full Lloydminster experience.
This new restaurant is not one you want to drive by. Their beef comes from family-run farms in Canada, and they take great care in everything they make. While you’re waiting for your food, try your luck on one of their slot machines!
The other place where everybody knows your name. Not a part of the chain, they’ve been in Lloydminster for 15 years. They have options for all ages and picky eaters. Get homemade food while on the road.
One of the highest-rated restaurants in the Lloydminster area, Mr. Bill’s brings a little bit of everything to the table. They have gluten wise options and source the majority of their ingredients from local vendors.
Things To Do in Lloydminster
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