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Saskatchewan Parks Makes Some Exciting Changes
Saskatchewan is home to two National Parks, 34 Provincial Parks, and nearly 100 Regional Parks. Saskatchewan Parks is dedicated to improving the level of service offered to their customers. To further improve your camping experience, a number of new initiatives are being introduced in 2010.
Saskatchewan provincial parks Reserve-a-Site program, opens on-line on January 1, 2010 at 12:00:01 a.m., CST. This service is offered at 19 parks, and allows you to plan your holiday and know that a site is waiting for you when you arrive at the park.
New this year are some exciting enhancements including a user friendly reservation request form and a secure on-line payment window. The new system also includes automated reminders and electronic confirmations of your reservation. For more information on Reserve-a-Site, click here.
2010 Parks Guide Available
The 2010 Parks Guide will be available in early 2010. Order your copy to plan your trip to a Saskatchewan provincial park. Included in this year’s guide is information on parks and recreation sites, camping, recreation opportunities, interpretive and education programs and more.
Camping Program Changes
In order to improve levels of service and meet the growing demands on our campgrounds, Saskatchewan Parks is introducing some new changes to their programs. There have been changes made to the seasonal camping draw date, the check in process for all campers, and a maximum length of stay has been implemented for select campsites within provincial parks. For details on these changes, visit the Saskatchewan Parks website.