Note: Park Passes are required for Motor-homes being used for transportation within the park boundary – but if it is being used as a camping unit only, a courtesy entry pass will be issued. Any vehicle in tow must display a valid pass.
Courtesy Entry Passes
Courtesy entry passes do not allow any use of park facilities or re-entry into the park. Any vehicle that will be used on park land for transportation will be required to purchase park pass.
- For vehicle transporting people to and from activities, including but not limited to institutional camps, a campsite (but are not staying), swimming lessons, or other activity.
- For customers who wish to tour the park before deciding to stay. If they decide to stay, they will be required to purchase a park pass.
- On site only - Courtesy Passes (with valid dates)
- For a vehicle in tow or transported on a trailer
- For a vehicle being used as a camping unit only within the campsite (such as a motor-home).
CANOO (Previously Cultural Access Pass)
This program allows new Canadian citizens to celebrate their citizenship by providing free admission to different locations, including Saskatchewan Provincial Parks! Each CANOO user is entitled to one free daily entry into the Saskatchewan Provincial Park of their choice. Upon arrival at the park, the customer can enter the Saskatchewan Provincial Parks 4-digit code into the app to be eligible for their free daily entry. Please have government-issued photo ID available to show Sask Parks staff.
Traditional Use Pass
Access to provincial parks is available at no charge for individuals and/or groups of Indigenous people (status and non-status Indians, First Nations, Inuit and Metis) who are exercising existing Aboriginal or treaty rights. This may include traditional activities such as hunting, fishing, trapping, gathering, and spiritual ceremonies. Please contact the park before your visit for more information. This pass does not allow any use of park facilities or re-entry into the park.