- enjoy some time with your best friend

Equestrian camping provides an opportunity for campers to explore parks with their horses while staying overnight in an area specifically suited to meet their needs. Services offered in each equestrian campground differ by park, but they all offer the same basic services: corrals, tie stalls, and access to water.

Availability: For 2021, equestrian camping is available May 20 (Thursday before Victoria Day) to September 30. Off-peak season, dates vary – check with park for details.

Details

Equestrian camping is ideal for campers who wish to travel with their horses and explore the following parks on horseback.

Parks Offering Equestrian Camping

Provincial Park Campground or area
Cypress Hills

West Block Wilderness Area

Picnic tables, barbecues, garbage cans, outhouses,
drinking water and large fire rings for groups
32 tie stalls, 5 turnout pens and a large catch pen (pasture),
and you can ride throughout the entire 50 square miles of West Block
Only processed feed is permitted in the park
Please bring your own or purchase it upon arrival

To Reserve: Self-registration, please pay and reserve the
campsite at the yellow box when you arrive at the campground
Park Entry Permit required - Camping fees apply

Call in advance: 306-662-5489 

Saskatchewan
Landing

South side of Lake Diefenbaker

10 non-electric campsites
Grazing paddock, holding pens, and tie stalls
Trails accessible from the camping area

Reserve: Online Reservation Site - live in April
Park Entry Permit required - Camping fees apply

For more information: 306-375-5525 

Moose Mountain

10 barbecue sites, portable toilets, no power
Access to water and corral for the horses
Ski trails available for riding when dry

To Reserve: Contact the park directly
May to September: 306-577-2611
Off-Season: 306-577-2600
Park Entry Permit required - Camping fees apply

 

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?

Equestrian Camping - Know Before You Go

Guidelines for equestrian camping in provincial parks

  • Cleaning stock trailers within park is prohibited.
  • Stalls, pens and paddock are provided. You may bring your own corral panels or electric fence if desired but they must be erected within the fenced grazing paddock.
  • Please keep pens and stalls clean.
  • Stallions are allowed into the park for day-use only.
  • Please stay on designated trails or riding areas. Permission is required on private land.
  • Only commercial processed feed is allowed into the park such as feed bagged pellets or cubes and rolled oats only. Hay is not permitted.
  • In the event of high fire hazard conditions, steel horse shoes will not be permitted.

Additional guidelines for equestrian camping at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park

  • Campers must bring their own water for personal use, or water can be obtained at one of the water spigots in the northeast area of the park. 
  • Corrals, tie stalls, and water for horses are also available.
  • Stock trailers with living quarters are allowed in the camping area, but unloading must be done in the designated area.
  • Riding areas are accessible from the camping area. Horses are allowed in the pens or pasture area adjacent to the campground. Please ensure a pen is vacant before occupying it. Tying or hobbling of horses in the campground is prohibited.
  • Ensure that you clean up after yourself and your horse (i.e. garbage, manure, etc.).
  • Horseback riding is allowed south of the South Saskatchewan River on both sides of Highway #4. There are no designated trails for horseback riding, and horses are NOT allowed on the park’s hiking trails.
  • Horse drawn wagons are not allowed in the park.
  • You may bring your own feed pots and you may bring your own corral panels if desired, but they must be erected within the larger corral and removed when you leave.
  • You may bring a hay fork and rake. You are expected to clean up any pens that you use. A manure trailer is provided on site. Cleaning stock trailers within the park is prohibited.

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.