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Great Camping at Saskatchewan Parks
Dust off the tent, air out the trailer or get the old Winnebago tuned up: whatever your preference, Saskatchewan summers are made for camping.
Discover the excellent value of Saskatchewan’s 34 provincial parks. You’ll find great scenery, friendly campsite neighbours and all the camping amenities you’ll need at reasonable prices. Before heading out, call ahead to check on conditions and availability. You can get great information by checking our website’s new feature: weekly provincial park updates. View and download a PDF version of the 2008 Parks Guide here, and get your free copy of Tourism Saskatchewan’s Accommodation Guide (which includes campgrounds) here. And for even more information, visit the Saskatchewan Parks website.
Saskatchewan’s two national parks are Prince Albert National Park and Grasslands National Park. The Town of Waskesiu, within Prince Albert National Park, has a range of accommodations and services plus two major campgrounds. Popular activities available within the park include hiking, tent camping, birding and wildlife viewing and nature photography.
In addition to camping facilities, many parks also provide planned activities and interpretive programs. These vary from park to park, so plan ahead to see what activities are going on at parks near your destination.