Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park - Centre Block

Camping

​Nightly Camping

Campsites at Cypress Hills are available for reservations through our Reserve-a-Site program. To book a campsite, click here.

Some campsites have been designated as 14-night maximum stay. Campsites that are part of the 14-night maximum stay program are:

Campground​Campsites
Deer Hollow
​1-35
​Lodgepole​1-25
​Meadows​1-31, 35, 38, 40, 43, 45, 55-143
​Rainbow​1, 3, 5, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24-62
​Terrace​1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 44-66, 70-90
​Warlodge​50-70, 72-79

Express Check-In

Cypress Hills features Express Check-In. To participate in this program, you will need:

  • a camping reservation made using the online reservation system;
  • the printed email confirmation tear-off
  • a valid Annual Transferable vehicle entry permit
Bring these three items with you, deposit the completed tear-off in the identified station at the park, and proceed to your campsite.

If you don't have a reservation or a valid entry permit, simply proceed to the park office to complete your registration.

Seasonal Camping

Long-term seasonal camping opportunities are provided at this park through the private sector. Contact the Cypress Hills RV Park at 306-662-7433 for more information.

Group Camping

Cypress Hills has several group campgrounds. Bookings for group campsites may be made up to two seasons in advance. For more information on the Group Camping program, click here.

Equestrian Camping

The Saskatchewan side of the West Block offers camping for visitors who wish to travel with their horses. Camping is available through self-registration, but is very popular, so phoning 306-662-5489 in advance of your arrival is advised.

Only processed feed is permitted in the park. You may bring your own or purchase it upon arrival. The equestrian facility provides 32 tie stalls, 5 turnout pens and a large catch pen (pasture).

Riders may travel throughout the entire 50 square mile West Block, which features deep valleys, towering pine forests and nature fescue prairie.

Dated: May 31, 2017