Reconnect with your family, friends and nature. Feel the tug of a fishing line or roast a marshmallow over a crackling fire. Find a hiking trail and maybe spot some of our majestic wildlife. Whatever the season, our provincial parks have a space and an activity to create that perfect vacation memory.

2024 Sask Park Reservation Schedule

Seasonal Campsites:

On April 1, 2024, seasonal campsites can be reserved beginning at 7 a.m. CST for all parks participating in the seasonal camping program. Seasonal campsites are intended for long-term camping and must be reserved for an entire summer season (season runs from May long weekend to September 30, 2024, unless stated otherwise).

Nightly Campsites:

The schedule for nightly campsites (including Camp-Easy, backcountry camping, economy, equestrian, hammock camping, non-electric, electric, full-service sites, and swimming lessons) is as follows:

  • April 2: Candle Lake, Good Spirit Lake, Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan Landing
  • April 3: Break
  • April 4: Douglas, Echo Valley, Makwa Lake, Narrow Hills, Pike Lake
  • April 5: Danielson, Great Blue Heron, Greenwater Lake, Rowan's Ravine, The Battlefords
  • April 8: Buffalo Pound, Bronson Forest, Duck Mountain, Moose Mountain, Porcupine Hills
  • April 9: Blackstrap, Crooked Lake, Cypress Hills, Lac La Ronge

On the day nightly reservations begin, you can also book Group Camping, Pavilions, Picnic Shelters and Recreation Halls for 2025.

Group Camping, Pavilions, Picnic Shelters and Recreation Halls reservations for 2024 dates can be booked now.

Learn more about the Sask Parks 2024 campsite reservation dates.


Whether you like sleeping under the stars or on a soft mattress at a resort, we have what you need for your best Sask Parks getaway. Options include everything from backcountry to full-service camping, plus Camp-Easy (fully equipped tents or yurts), cabins, condos and resorts. See all the options for the stay of your dreams.

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Embrace all four Saskatchewan seasons in our provincial parks. There are so many recreational opportunities, from cross country skiing on groomed trails in the winter, to relaxing on the beach in the summer. You can explore our scenic trails and enjoy a campfire in every season.

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Learn everything there is to know about Saskatchewan Provincial Parks so you can have the best experience possible. Be prepared this camping season by following our announcements, find out the benefits of an annual vehicle entry permit, or just check out the park fees and rules. Know before you go!

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