- everyone is welcome!

Our parks are beautiful and serene places to visit and we aim to make sure everyone is welcome. Accessible and barrier-free campsites are available for nightly and seasonal reservations and our service centres and facilities are designed for customers with reduced mobility. These campsites may offer proximity to accessible service centres or washrooms, cement pads or firm gravel for wheelchairs or walkers, or be free of barriers such as campsite boundary markers. Our accessible and barrier-free campsites can only be booked by campers with a valid Accessible Parking Permit (with number and expiry information), and this must be displayed while in the park. 

Campsites are available from mid May to the first week of August yearly, with some sites available until August 30. 

Details

We offer several types of nightly campsites:

Types of campsites

Full service campsites are defined campsites with electricity, water, and sewer hookup. Campers also have access to a service centre, firewood, fire pit and picnic table. Service centres contain showers, flush toilets, hot and cold running water, sinks, and electrical outlets.

Electric campsites are defined campsites with electricity and water hookup. Campers also have access to a service centre, firewood, fire pit and picnic table.

Non-electric campsites are defined campsites with access to a service centre, firewood, fire pit and picnic table. No electricity or water.

Economy campsites are rustic, non-electric campsites without one or more of the following: firewood; campsite furniture; water; or access to a service centre (closest one is more than a 10-minute drive away).

Accessible / Barrier Free Campsites

Provincial Park Campsites
* Indicates Seasonal Accessible Campsites 
Blackstrap Sunset Ridge campsites 304, 328, 329
Buffalo Pound Maple Vale campsites 54, 57, 62
Trails End campsites 22, 24*
Candle Lake Sandy Bay campsites 335, 336, 337, 338, 339 
Cypress Hills Meadows campsites 50, 64
Rainbow campsites 7, 8
Danielson Bayside campsite 217
Shady Lane campsite 318
Douglas Coghlan campsite 107
Homestead campsite 314 
Duck Mountain Birch campsites 80, 81, 144* 
Echo Valley Aspen campsites 253, 255
Lakeview campsite 406
Valleyview campsites *17, 162
Good Spirit Lake Aspen campsites H, 51
Great Blue Heron Murray Point campsites 92, 93, 94
Greenwater Lake Poplar Ridge campsites 9, 13
Makwa Lake Stabler Point campsites 19, 43, 182
Meadow Lake Greig Lake campsite G33
Kimball Lake
campsites 124, 125
Moose Mountain Fish Creek campsites 71, 73
Narrow Hills Lower Fishing Lake campsite 46
Pike Lake Pike Lake campsites 1A, 2A
Rowan’s Ravine Elmview campsites 238, 239*, 240, 242* 
Saskatchewan Landing Sagebrush campsite 17
The Battlefords North campsites 29, 30, 31

 

Reservation Fees and Charges

  • Fees and penalties are based on the reservation type as outlined in Fees and Charges.
  • Reservation charges, change and cancellation fees, and call centre surcharges are non-refundable. Under extenuating circumstances, campers may be eligible for a refund of camping fees if the request meets the grounds for refund.

Need to know a bit more?

Nightly Camping - Know Before You Go
  • Check-in time is after 2:00 p.m. CST. | Check-out time is before 12:00 p.m. CST. - See our Check-in page
  • Sites will be held for 24 hours past your scheduled 2:00 p.m. CST check-in time. If arriving more than 24 hours late, you must notify the park directly. A no-show will result in a penalty of up to four nights of camping being charged.
  • If you have an annual vehicle entry permit and a reservation, you can proceed directly to your campsite. You will be automatically checked in.
  • A valid driver’s license is required as proof of site occupancy.
  • If you reserved an accessible/barrier-free campsite, you must be able to provide and display a valid accessible parking permit upon check-in at the park.
  • If you bring different equipment than what you reserved a site for, the park may not be able to honor your reservation.
  • A maximum of two vehicles and one watercraft are permitted at each campsite at any time, providing the site will accommodate.
  • Up to 6 adults may occupy a single campsite. A responsible person (18 years of age or older) must register and be a member of the camping party each night. 
  • Only one camping unit (tent, tent-trailer, camper, camper truck/van, camping trailer or motorhome) is permitted on each campsite, along with one small tent for accommodating dependent children and one screened tent for meal purposes (if campsite size permits).
  • Additional small tents for dependent children may be allowed at the discretion of the Park Manager. 
Seasonal / Long-term Camping - Know Before You Go
  • Check-in time: Your seasonal campsite must be occupied by 12 p.m. noon CST on June 24 or you will be considered a no-show and your reservation cancelled. - See our Check-in page
  • Check-out time: Depart by 12 p.m. noon CST on the last day of the camping season for that specific provincial park.
  • If you have an annual vehicle entry permit and a reservation, you can proceed directly to your campsite. You will be automatically checked in. 
  • If you reserved an accessible/barrier-free campsite, you must be able to provide and display a valid accessible parking permit upon check-in at the park. 
  • If you bring different equipment than what you reserved a site for, the park may not be able to honor your reservation.
  • A maximum of two vehicles and one watercraft are permitted at each campsite at any time, providing the site will accommodate.
  • Upon arrival at the park, seasonal campers will be required to confirm they are the permit holder on the reservation to ensure the correct person is checking into the seasonal campsite.
  • Permit holders shall not rent, sell, sublet, assign or otherwise transfer their reserved seasonal campsite.
  • The park administration office must be notified if the camping unit is going to be removed from the seasonal campsite for any time period. The park reserves the right to assign the campsite to another camper for the vacated period.  Notice of 24-hours is required when returning to a seasonal campsite.
  • All camping units must be movable upon 24-hour notice.  At the end of the season, the camping unit must be removed from the campsite. Winter trailer storage is available at some locations.
  • When vacating the campsite at the end of the season, the permittee must remove all personal property and restore the campsite to its original condition. If the campsite is not restored to its original condition, the ministry reserves the right to restore the campsite and charge the associated costs for restoration of the campsite.
  • Failure to comply with the above conditions, The Parks Regulations, 1991 and The Parks Act may result in eviction and/or loss of the seasonal campsite for the season, or in following seasons.. 

For a complete listing of park rules - see our Rules & Regulations page

How to Reserve

From campsites or swimming lessons to planning a day trip requiring a picnic shelter rental, you can plan and book it all in advance and rest easy knowing your favourite place is waiting for you when you arrive. You can even book a Camp-Easy site and really leave your troubles behind!    

Reserve Online
Available 24/7 Note: Online Reservation system will
not be live until April 2021
Visa / MasterCard
accepted
When clicking the RESERVE NOW button, you will be taken to our reservation site (different web site). 
You can return back to SaskParks.com at any time by clicking on the Sask Parks logo. 
Reserve using the Call Centre
Available 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. CST
7 days a week
1-833-7SKPARK (1-833-775-7275) Note: Call Centre will not be
live until April 2021
Reservation fees are non-refundable

Did something come up? Need to change something?

Changes or Cancellations

  • A Non-refundable reservation fee is charged per reservation: $12/online - $14/call centre
  • Change and Cancellation penalties are based on the type of site reserved.
  • Depending on when a cancellation or change is made, penalties may apply. These penalties are applied as forfeited. If you change your reservation to a different Saskatchewan Provincial Park - it is still considered a cancellation.

How to Changes / Cancel Reservation

Online
Available 24/7 Note: Online Reservation system will
not be live until April 2021
When clicking the RESERVE NOW button, you will be taken to our reservation site (different web site). 
You can return back to SaskParks.com at any time by clicking on the Sask Parks logo. 
Call Centre
Available 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. CST
7 days a week
1-833-7SKPARK (1-833-775-7275) Note: Call Centre will not be
live until April 2021
Reservation fees are non-refundable

Nightly / Equestrian / Camp-Easy / Backcountry: Change or Cancellation Penalties

  • Camp-Easy: A refundable damage deposit is owed at the time of reservation. If no damage occurs during stay, you will be refunded the damage deposit.
  • Changes to dates, permit holder name, park or Camp-Easy site made prior to 2:00 p.m. CST of scheduled arrival date will incur a $15 change fee.
  • Shortening your stay or cancelling your reservation more than 24 hours prior to 2:00 p.m. CST of arrival will incur a $15 change and/or cancellation fee.
  • Shortening your stay or cancelling your reservation less than 24 hours prior to 2:00 p.m. CST of arrival will result in the forfeit of two nights of camping.
  • You are considered a no-show and automatically cancelled by the park if the site is not occupied by 2:00 p.m. CST on second day of reservation. No-shows result in the forfeit of up to four nights of camping.

Seasonal Campsite: Change or Cancellation Penalties

  • Changes to site can only be made prior to 11:59 a.m. CST Wednesday before Victoria Day. Changes will incur a $15 change fee.
  • Cancelling on or after Thursday before Victoria Day will result in 10% of the seasonal rate being forfeited plus the regular nightly rate multiplied by the number of nights occupied regardless if camping unit is onsite.
  • You are considered a no-show and automatically cancelled by the park if site is not occupied by June 24 prior to noon CST. No-shows result in the forfeit of 10% of the seasonal rate plus the regular nightly rate multiplied by the number of nights from Thursday before Victoria Day to June 24, regardless if camping unit is onsite.

Additional Info:

When vacating the campsite at the end of the season, the permit holder must remove all personal property and restore the campsite to its original condition. If the campsite is not restored to its original condition, the ministry reserves the right to restore the campsite and charge the associated costs for restoration of the campsite. Failure to comply with the above conditions and Parks Act and Regulations may result in eviction and/or loss of the seasonal campsite for the season, or in future seasons.