- We follow the rules to keep everyone safe

Saskatchewan parks have a natural beauty we want everyone to enjoy and for this reason rules are in place for everyone (even your furry best friend). We carefully review and update these rule regularly as required and look to our visitors to follow them so everyone can continue to utilize our facilities for years to come. We thank you all in advance of your visit for taking time to review this page and "Know Before You Go".

A complete list of rules are outlined in The Parks Regulations, 1991, as well as The Parks Act.

General Guidelines

  • A valid vehicle entry permit is required on all vehicles while in a provincial park.
  • Park entry fees are charged in addition to camping fees. If you have not pre-paid for park entry with your campsite reservation, and do not have an annual vehicle entry permit, you will be required to purchase entry upon arrival at the park.
  • If you purchased an annual vehicle entry permit before May 1, the permit will be mailed to the mailing address associated with your reservation. For annual vehicle entry permits purchased from May 1 to March 30 of the following year, you will need to pick up your permit when you arrive at the park.
  • All vehicles must display a valid vehicle entry permit and must be parked on defined campsite parking pads, roadways and parking lots. Visitors park in designated visitor parking areas where available.
  • A valid driver’s licence is required as proof of site occupancy. 
    Permit holders are responsible for the conduct and behavior of their family and guests and must assure all camping permit rules and regulations are being met.
    All camping units and campsites must be contained within the campsite and maintained in a condition acceptable to the Park Manager or designate so as not to detract from the park setting. Camping permit holders shall not rent, sell, or sublet their reserved campsite.
  • All camping units and campsites must be legally registered and display current/valid licence plate.
  • Maximum of 12 CSA-approved patio lights (one string) or one (1) section of rope lights per campsite.
  • Tarps are permitted as long as they do not create safety concerns within the campground (max 400 sq. ft. / 37.16 m2).
  • Removable ground level decks/landings will be permitted upon approval of the Park Manager or designate. (max 80 sq. ft. / 7.43 m2).
  • Dispose of solid waste and waste water in provided sewage system or receptacle.
  • Pets are welcome in all our parks and must be on a leash no longer than two meters. Owners are responsible for the behavior of their pets at all times and must clean up after their pets. Pets are not allowed in buildings, public places or on the beach.
  • Fees and charges are subject to change at any time. If site fees change, we will honor the fees in effect when you made the reservation, as long as you do not change the reservation. If you make changes, we will apply the new fees.

Alcohol and Recreational Cannabis

  • Alcoholic beverages and cannabis may be consumed in the camping permit holder’s camping unit, and on their assigned campsite, in accordance with the Cannabis Control (Saskatchewan) Act and The Alcohol and Gaming Regulations Act, 1997, Section 107 (1) per 139(1), except during times when an alcohol or cannabis ban is in effect.
  • Public consumption or display of an alcoholic beverage or cannabis is prohibited.

Backcountry Camping

  • Please read and be aware of the additional following terms and conditions: All trash MUST be packed out. Pack out what you pack in.
  • Keep trails and sites litter-free.
  • Backcountry Camping Permit MUST be carried by the group leader.
  • Campfires are only permitted in designated areas.
  • Do not leave the designated trail. Diverting from the path to avoid puddles can harm vegetation and increase erosion.
  • Feeding wildlife is strictly prohibited - use bear safe food lockers where available (Meadow Lake Provincial Park).
  • All campsites are shared sites. Respect all trail users and obey quiet times and individual privacy.
  • Avoid hiking alone whenever possible. Make a plan and share it with someone. If possible, set a plan to check in periodically throughout your outing.
  • Dress in appropriate hiking attire, including stable (and comfortable) footwear.
  • There is no potable water available at the backcountry campsites. Hikers must have their own water filtration systems.

Camp-Easy and Mongolian Yurt

  • Check-in time is after 2:00 p.m. CST.
  • Check-out time is before 12:00 p.m. CST.
  • 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 maximum of two vehicles and one watercraft are permitted at each campsite at any time, providing the site will accommodate.
  • No smoking or cooking is permitted inside Camp-Easy camping tents, yurts or Mongolian Yurt.
  • Pets are not permitted on the sleeping cots within Camp-Easy tents and yurts. Pets are not allowed inside the Mongolian Yurt.
  • A refundable damage deposit is owed at the time of reservation. If no damage occurs during stay, you will be refunded the damage deposit.
  • All occupants staying in a Camp-Easy site aged 18 years or older must complete a Camp-Easy Liability Waiver and bring the completed form to the park at time of check in. 

Campfires

  • Campfires are only permitted in park supplied fire pits and/or barbecues.
  • Use the firewood provided within provincial parks to protect them from invasive insects and diseases. Firewood provided at no cost.
  • Don’t bring firewood from home; use only what you need during your park visit. IT IS AN OFFENCE to remove any firewood from provincial parks.
  • Self-contained propane/gas barbeques, fire pits and heating devices must be CSA-approved and should be set up on level bare soil or gravel/sand clear of vegetation. Propane or other non-wood burning portable barbecues are acceptable for cooking purposes.

Drones

Drone use in Provincial Parks are subject to the Saskatchewan Parks Act Regulation and Transport Canada’s Canadian Aviation Regulations. Provincial Park Regulations prohibit drone pilots from disturbing and harassing wildlife; and from annoying or disturbing people.

Flight Rules requires pilots to maintain at least 30 meters (100 feet) horizontal distance from any person and at all altitudes. For provincial parks, the Flight Rules will result in drone pilots being unable to fly drones in campgrounds; swimming areas; beaches; and playgrounds in use.

Please contact the park office for areas within the park that are compatible for drone use.

Equestrian Camping

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.

Generators and Major Appliances

  • Major appliances must be contained within the camping unit.
  • Generators: Permitted (intermittently) in campgrounds without electricity
    • Between 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.
    • Must be turned off when the campsite is unattended

Group Camping

Please read and be aware of the additional following terms and conditions:
  • Check-in time is after 2:00 p.m. CST. 
  • Check-out time is before 12:00 p.m. CST. 
  • 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. 
  • If you bring different equipment than what you reserved a site for, the park may not be able to honor your reservation.
  • Group campsites are available to groups of three or more camping units unless the group campground has less than five campsites designated. A camping unit is defined as a tent, tent-trailer, camper, camper truck/van, camping trailer or motorhome. Each group campground is designated as having a maximum number of campsites which cannot be exceeded.
  • Group campsites are designated as small (up to 7 sites), medium (8-12 sites) and large (13 or more sites). 

Nightly Camping

  • Check-in time is after 2:00 p.m. CST.
  • Check-out time is before 12:00 p.m. CST. 
  • 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.
  • 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.

Recreation Halls

  • A refundable damage deposit is owed at the time of reservation. If no damage occurs during stay, you will be refunded the damage deposit.
  • You are required to apply for a Special Event Permit online with your recreation hall reservation.

Reservation Fees, Charges and Refunds

  • Reservation, change and cancellation fees are non-refundable.
  • Where a refundable damage deposit is owed at the time of reservation, this must be paid in full. If no damage occurs during your stay, you will be refunded the damage deposit.
  • Change and Cancellation penalties are based on the type of site reserved. For a full listing of change and cancellation penalties, see Fees and Charges.
  • Refund requests must be received within 3 months of the departure date to be accepted.
  • Sask Parks will only consider refunding fees if the request meets the grounds for refund as outlined under Fees and Charges . 

Seasonal Camping

  • 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.
  • 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.

Swimming Lessons

  • Every person over the age of three must pay admission to enter facility.
  • Children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by a responsible person 15 years of age or older.
  • Children under six years of age must be actively supervised by a parent or guardian and within arm’s reach at all times.
  • Proper swim attire must be worn at all times.
  • Clean t-shirts, non-denim shorts and water shoes may be worn over proper swim attire.
  • Children, and anyone who may be incontinent, must wear protective swim diapers.
  • No smoking, glass containers or alcohol allowed.
  • Food and drink is allowed on grassed areas only. No sunflower seeds.
  • No outside pool toys or water balloons allowed (with the exception of lifejackets, personal flotation devices and water wings).
  • For more information regarding Red Cross Swimming, visit www.redcross.ca.

Wildlife and Flora

  • Feeding of wildlife is prohibited. No bird feeders are permitted in parks.
  • Respect wildlife and keep foods securely stored and your campsite clear of items that may attract wild life
  • Park users may not remove any sign, facility, turf, rock or the whole or part of any flower, plant, shrub or tree.

Saskatchewan Provincial Parks eGift Cards Terms & Conditions

  • The following terms and conditions apply to Saskatchewan Provincial Parks (“Sask Parks”) eGift Cards (“eGift Cards”) purchased and supplied by Aspira at parks.saskatchewan.ca (“Reservation Website”), via the Sask Parks Reservation Call Centre (“Call Centre), and in Saskatchewan provincial parks. Purchase or use of the Sask Parks eGift Cards constitutes acceptance of these terms and conditions (“Terms and Conditions”). Sask Parks reserves the right to interpret, modify, or terminate the Terms and Conditions without notice. The most recent Terms and Conditions will always be posted at saskparks.com.

Using Your eGift Card

  • You are obligated to provide a correct email address for delivery of the Sask Parks eGift Card. By sending an eGift Card, you confirm that you have permission to send the eGift Card and reminders on your behalf to the provided email address.
  • eGift Cards may only be redeemed towards the purchase of eligible goods and services offered on the Reservation Website, via the Call Centre and at Saskatchewan provincial parks, including campground reservations and walk-ins upon availability, park entry permits, and services operated solely by the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport. eGift Cards are not redeemable towards the purchase of goods and services offered by lessees operating in Saskatchewan provincial parks.
  • Sask Parks eGift Cards do not expire and we do not charge any service fees for non-use.
  • You can check your current balance or add more value to the eGift Card online at parks.saskatchewan.ca, by contacting the Call Centre, or in a Saskatchewan provincial park.
  • Where an eGift Card does not completely cover the full purchase amount, an additional accepted payment method must be used to complete the purchase.
  • If you paid for your Sask Parks transaction with two different payment methods, a refund will be issued on your second payment method first.
  • For example, if you paid for your order using an eGift card and credit card, we will first refund you on the credit card. If the value of the refund exceeded the amount paid with the credit card, the rest will be refunded in the form of a Sask Parks eGift Card. The Sask Parks eGift Card will be sent to you by email after the refund is complete.

Limited Liability

  • Sask Parks is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged eGift Cards or for any unauthorized card use.
  • eGift Cards cannot be exchanged for cash and any unused amount remains on the eGift Card. eGift Cards are fully transferable.
  • No returns and no refunds of Sask Parks eGift Cards.
  • eGift Cards cannot be resold or redeemed for more than face value.
  • A Sask Parks eGift Card does not guarantee availability at any campsite.

Saskatchewan Provincial Parks Reservation Service Terms of Use

The Saskatchewan Provincial Parks (“Sask Parks”) Reservation Service is an online reservation website administered by the Parks Division of the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport on behalf of the Government of Saskatchewan. The service allows you to view, reserve, manage and purchase eligible goods and services at Saskatchewan provincial parks, including campground reservations and walk-ins upon availability, park passes, and services operated solely by the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport.

In providing information on the Reservation Service, every possible effort is made to keep the content accurate and current. However, we make no claims, guarantees or promises about the accuracy, currency, or completeness of the information provided and are not responsible for any errors or omissions, or for results obtained from the use of the information. We will make an effort to correct errors brought to our attention. Distribution of the information does not constitute any warranty. The user assumes the risk of verifying any materials used or relied on.

Privacy

The Sask Parks Reservation Service does not automatically gather personal information about you. We will only collect this type of information if you voluntarily supply it. If you provide us your personal information, it will only be used or disclosed for the purposes for which it was collected or, in limited circumstances, in accordance with The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

As you navigate the reservation service website, you may see links to external websites not owned or controlled by the Government of Saskatchewan, including social media platforms. Links to external websites do not imply any official Government of Saskatchewan endorsement of the opinions or ideas expressed therein, or guarantee the validity of the information provided. When visiting these external websites, you are subject to different privacy policies and terms of service of the respective external website. We strongly suggest that you read the site policies, including the privacy policies, for any external website that you visit through a link appearing on the Sask Parks Reservation Service.

We have implemented commercially reasonable precautions, including, where appropriate, password protection, encryption, and secure socket layering to protect the service and the information we collect from loss, misuse and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, and destruction. Credit card information is collected through a secure connection to process payments and complete reservations in real-time. Your credit card number is not stored within the reservation service database.

You should take steps to protect against unauthorized access to your password, computer, and web-enabled devices, among other things, by signing off after using a shared computer, inserting a password on your web-enabled device, choosing a password that nobody else knows or can easily guess, keeping your password private, and periodically changing your password. You should never share your log-in information with others. We are not responsible for any lost, stolen or compromised passwords, or for any activity on your account via unauthorized password activity.

Cookies

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Copyright

The information and images contained on this website are the property of the Government of Saskatchewan and used with permission of the legal owners. Information contained on this site is intended for private, non-commercial use only. You must contact us for permission if you want to:

  • Reproduce or use information or images contained on this website;
  • Charge your website’s users to click on a link to any page on saskatchewan.ca, parks.saskatchewan.ca or tourismsaskatchewan.com; or
  • Say your website is associated with or endorsed by saskatchewan.ca, parks.saskatchewan.ca or tourismsaskatchewan.com

To seek written permission, email parks.info@gov.sk.ca or write to:

Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport
Parks Division – Visitor Experiences Branch
3211 Albert Street, 1st Floor
Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 5W6
CANADA

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Pets - Know Before You GoPets are welcome in all Saskatchewan Parks and viewed as a member of the family to our visitors.
  • Pets must be vaccinated and registered with their local municipality
  • Pets must be on leash at all times, with the exception of designated off-leash areas (parks and beaches), where only collars/harnesses are required
  • Pets must remain in eyeshot of their owners at all times and under their control while in off-leash areas
  • Limits on the number of dogs allowed in fenced areas at one time

Owners are responsible for pets behaviour at all times

  • Keep pets quiet
  • Keep pets from damaging property in park
  • Pick up after your pets immediately
  • Keep pet on leash at all times (leash not to exceed two (2) meters long)
  • Not permitted in public structures, beaches or in swimming areas. (watch for pet friendly signage)
ATV Trails - Know Before You Go

Safety Tips

  • Carry a map, compass, and/or GPS.
  • Remember a First Aid kit.
  • Pack extra food and water.
  • Let someone know your travel route and expected arrival time.
  • Be alert to on-coming traffic.

ATV Rules and Regulations

  • Helmets must be worn while riding; boots, long pants and sleeves and eye protection are recommended.
  • You must have a valid driver’s license to operate an ATV and have third party liability insurance to ride on Crown land and be able to produce a copy of your insurance if requested by a peace/conservation officer.
  • Children between the ages of 12 and 16 must be supervised by a person who has held a continuous/valid license for one year.
  • ATVs are to be washed prior to entering the park to avoid the spread of invasive species or noxious weeds.
  • Trails will be closed when raining or following a substantial rainfall in order to minimize ecological damage.
  • All-terrain vehicles must be washed and clean prior to riding in the park. This is to avoid the spread of noxious weeds and/or invasive species, as this can be harmful to the parks ecosystem.
  • Weather conditions can change abruptly and the park reserves the right to close any and all trails without prior notice.
  • ATV use is prohibited in the following areas:
    • Campgrounds or cottage subdivisions;
    • Day-use areas or beaches;
    • All roads;
    • Ditches along roadways; and
    • Hiking trails
 
Hiking - Know Before You Go

Top 10 Tips for Trail Users

  1. Consult the ten outdoor essentials and carry all necessary gear.
  2. Abide by all Leave No Trace principles. Pack out what you pack in.
  3. Avoid hiking alone whenever possible.
  4. Choose a trail that fits your abilities. Prepare for steep and/or uneven terrain.
  5. Dress in appropriate hiking attire, including stable (and comfortable) footwear.
  6. Keep to designated trails. Diverting from the path to avoid puddles can harm vegetation and increase erosion.
  7. Know the weather forecast and dress accordingly.
  8. Make a plan and share it with someone. If possible, set a plant to check in periodically throughout our outing.
  9. Respect all wildlife you encounter. Stop and allow time for animals to leave the area before proceeding on the trail.
  10. Review bear and cougar safety information prior to your outdoor adventure.

Leave No Trace is about respecting and caring for wildlands and doing your part to protect wild place and wild lands for future generations.

The principles of ‘Leave no Trace’ include:

  • Plan Ahead and Prepare
  • Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces
  • Dispose of Waste Properly
  • Leave What You Find
  • Minimize Campfire Impacts
  • Respect Wildlife
  • Be Considerate of Others

For more information visit Leave No Trace

Biking - Know Before You Go

Etiquette and Safety

Sask Parks are home to diverse landscape, vegetation, animal life, and ecosystems. Protecting this diversity is part of what makes our provincial parks special and unique. Explore safely using the following guidelines:

  • Keep to designated trails. Diverting from the path to avoid mud and ruts can harm vegetation.\
  • Slow bike speed when approaching other trail users and blind spots.
  • Make other trail users aware of your presence by using a bell.
  • Choose a trail that fits your abilities.
  • Review bear and cougar safety information prior to your outdoor adventure.
  • Respect all wildlife you encounter. Stop and allow time for animals to leave the area before proceeding on the trail.
  • Abide by all Leave No Trace principles. Pack out what you pack in.
  • Be sure to wear a helmet and pack a spare tube, pump, multi-tool, water, food, and the ten outdoor essentials.
On the Water - Know Before You Go

Safety

According to Transport Canada if you canoeing or kayaking onto open water you fall under "pleasure craft" regulations and are required to have the following items. This is for your safety, you passengers and potential rescuers:

  • One lifejacket or personal flotation device (PFD) for each person on board
  • One buoyant heaving line at least 15m long (approximately 50').
  • One bailer or manual bilge pump.
  • One sound signaling device.

More information can be found in the ‘Safe Boating Guide’.

Consider the below safety checklist as you begin to plan your next trip out on the water.

  • Carry a GPS, compass, chart, or map
  • Carry a whistle
  • Know the weather forecast
  • Make a plan and leave it with someone on shore
  • Remember a bilge pump, bail bucket with rope, and rescue gear
  • Stow a drybag with extra set of clothing
  • Wear proper attire, including a hat or helmet and footwear
  • Warm layer of clothes
  • Rain jacket
  • Water, at least one litre per person
  • Snacks, plus extra snacks
  • Cell phone
  • Emergency kit (matches, fire starter, tarp, rope)
  • First aid kit
  • Water-proof bag for everything 

See Paddle Canada forcanoeing or kayaking training.

Leave No Trace is about respecting and caring for wildlands and doing your part to protect wild place and wild lands for future generations. The principles of ‘Leave no Trace’ include:

  • Plan Ahead and Prepare
  • Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces
  • Dispose of Waste Properly
  • Leave What You Find
  • Minimize Campfire Impacts
  • Respect Wildlife
  • Be Considerate of Others

For more information visit Leave No Trace

 
Fishing License - Know Before You Go

A valid angling license is required to fish in any Saskatchewan lake. Anglers will need to create a Hunting, Angling and Trapping (HAL) identification to purchase a licence. This is a one-time requirement. You can purchase your licence through any one of the following methods:

  1. The online hunting, angling and trapping (HAL) licencing system

  2. Any Saskatchewan fishing licence issuer;

  3. Select provincial park offices or at the Ministry of Environment;

  4. By phone at 1-855-848-4773 (8 a.m. – 9 p.m. Saskatchewan time)

Camp-Easy & Mongolian Yurt - Know Before You Go
  • Check-in time is after 2:00 p.m. CST.  | Check-out time is before 12:00 p.m. CST. 
  • 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. 
  • 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 maximum of two vehicles and one watercraft are permitted at each campsite at any time, providing the site will accommodate.
  • No smoking or cooking is permitted inside Camp-Easy camping tents, yurts or Mongolian Yurt.
  • Pets are not permitted on the sleeping cots within Camp-Easy tents and yurts. Pets are not allowed inside the Mongolian Yurt.
  • A refundable damage deposit is owed at the time of reservation. If no damage occurs during stay, you will be refunded the damage deposit.
  • All occupants staying in a Camp-Easy site aged 18 years or older must complete a Camp-Easy Liability Waiver and bring the completed form to the park at time of check in.
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.
Group Camping - Know Before You Go

Please read and be aware of the additional following terms and conditions:

  • Check-in time is after 2:00 p.m. CST. | Check-out time is before 12:00 p.m. CST. 
  • 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 park 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 bring different equipment than what you reserved a site for, the park may not be able to honor your reservation.
  • Group campsites are available to groups of three or more camping units unless the group campground has less than five campsites designated. A camping unit is defined as a tent, tent-trailer, camper, camper truck/van, camping trailer or motorhome. Each group campground is designated as having a maximum number of campsites which cannot be exceeded.
Backcountry Camping - Know Before You Go

Please read and be aware of the additional following terms and conditions:

  • All trash MUST be packed out. Pack out what you pack in.
  • Keep trails and sites litter-free.
  • Backcountry Camping Permit MUST be carried by the group leader. 
  • Campfires are only permitted in designated areas. 
  • Do not leave the designated trail. Diverting from the path to avoid puddles can harm vegetation and increase erosion.
  • Feeding wildlife is strictly prohibited - use bear safe food lockers where available (Meadow Lake Provincial Park).
  • All campsites are shared sites. Respect all trail users and obey quiet times and individual privacy.
  • Avoid hiking alone whenever possible. Make a plan and share it with someone. If possible, set a plan to check in periodically throughout your outing.
  • Dress in appropriate hiking attire, including stable (and comfortable) footwear.
  • There is no potable water available at the backcountry campsites. Hikers must have their own water filtration systems. 
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.. 
Swimming Lessons - Know Before You Go  
  • Swimming lessons are not transferrable from one person to another.
  • Swimming lessons are scheduled for set times from Monday to Friday, and booked by the week.
  • A Park Visitor Programs Authorization/Registration Form will be sent with the confirmation email which must be completed and returned upon arrival of the first day of swimming lessons.
  • A parent or guardian must sign a separate form for each participating child.
  • Swimming lesson reservations made online or over the phone can be paid for using Visa and MasterCard credit cards.
  • Swimming lesson reservations made in person at a provincial park may be paid by Visa, MasterCard, or cash. Every person over the age of three must pay admission to enter facility.
  • Children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by a responsible person 15 years of age or older.
  • Children under six years of age must be actively supervised by a parent or guardian and within arm’s reach at all times.
  • Proper swim attire must be worn at all times.
  • Clean t-shirts, non-denim shorts and water shoes may be worn over proper swim attire.
  • Children, and anyone who may be incontinent, must wear protective swim diapers.
  • No smoking, glass containers or alcohol allowed.
  • Food and drink is allowed on grassed areas only. No sunflower seeds.
  • No outside pool toys or water balloons allowed (with the exception of lifejackets, personal flotation devices and water wings).
  • For more information regarding Red Cross Swimming, visit www.redcross.ca.