Saskatchewan's natural beauty and clean air make camping in one of our provincial park's a refreshing experience. Our parks and recreation sites offer a wide range of camping experiences to choose from. 

ALERT: We are continuing to monitor the COVID-19 situation closely and will follow the advice of health officials and adjust our practices as needed. For a full list of changes implemented on June 26, 2020, please check out the ANNOUNCEMENT PAGE, this page is updated as new information becomes available. 


Reservations  

New details coming in 2021


Park Entry Permit

2020 Annual Entry PermitSaskatchewan Provincial Parks require an entry permit (Charged on a per vehicle basis) year round. Purchasing an annual pass is a great way to ensure that you can enjoy park offerings in every season.



Great Blue Heron - Mongolian YurtCamping Facilities and Services

LodgingCamp-Easy (Tents and Yurts)

(Park Entry Permit Required)

Mongolian Yurt (Great Blue Heron Provincial Park) 

Cabins and Resorts

You can enjoy our parks regardless your personal comfort level when it comes to being in the great outdoors.

CampingNightly

Camp for a night, a week or a weekend, whatever your schedule, our parks can accommodate. Sites are available from June 1 this year to the end of September - with fall camping opportunities at most parks. There is no restriction on the duration of a stay in one particular site. 

Seasonal

Our seasonal camping program offers the opportunity to secure a long term campsite from June 1 to the end of September. These bookings are available on-line and are offered at a discount from the regular nightly camping rates.

Seasonal campsites are no longer available for booking, if you are interested in a seasonal campsite in 2021, stay tuned for reservation launch info in the spring of 2021.

Parks listed here offering seasonal camping and are always in high demand.

Blackstrap
Bronson Forest
Buffalo Pound
Candle Lake
Crooked Lake

Danielson
Duck Mountain
Echo Valley
Good Spirit Lake
Great Blue Heron

Lac La Ronge
Makwa Lake
Meadow Lake
Moose Mountain
Narrow Hills

Pike Lake
Porcupine Hills

Rowan's Ravine
Saskatchewan Landing
The Battlefords

(Park Entry Permit Required)

Fall and Off Season - Camping is one of the most popular activities in a provincial park, no matter the season.

Double Sites

Some campgrounds offer double sites that allow two camping parties to camp in close proximity to one another. Check directly with your park. A reservation fee is charged for each campsite, but only the person whose name is on the reservation has access to change or cancel it.

Accessible Services

Accessible and Barrier Free Saskatchewan Provincial parks are special, and we want everyone to visit and enjoy our facilities. We offer accessible and barrier free campsites for nightly and seasonal bookings as well as service centres and facilities.

 

Equestrian CampingEquestrian - Equestrian camping is ideal for campers who wish to travel with their horses and explore the parks on horseback. Services offered in each equestrian campground differ by park; but, they both offer the same basic services: corrals, tie stalls, and access to water ... and that's just for the horses. Human companions will be well looked after as well, with limited-service camping spots located in the vicinity of the corrals.

Available at: Cypress Hills | Moose Mountain | Saskatchewan Landing (Park Entry Permit Required)

 

Group CampingGroups

Group campgrounds are ideal for family reunions and other gatherings, as they provide you with a secluded spot where your whole group can camp together. Sites have fire pits, access to water and firewood, and most offer a covered cooking shelter at no additional charge.

Details - Parks Offering Group Camping

 
  • Contact parks directly to book a group camp area for field trips
  • All fees are required at the time of booking (reservation, change and cancellation fees are non-refundable) 
  • Student are free - School/tour buses do require a Park Entry Permit

Campsite Classification

Full Service:

  • Defined campsite
  • Electricity, water, sewer
  • Access to service centre (showers)
  • Standard spacing
  • Campsite furniture, firewood

Electric:

  • Defined campsite
  • Electricity, water
  • Access to service centre (showers)
  • Standard spacing
  • Campsite furniture, firewood

Non-Electric:

  • Defined campsite
  • No electricity, water
  • Access to service centre (showers)
  • Standard spacing

Economy:

  • Non-Electric campsite without one or more of the following:
    • Access to service centre
      (more than 10 min drive)
    • Standard spacing, firewood
    • Campsite furniture, water

Provincial Park Check-in time: 2 p.m. | Check-out time: Noon

Standard Check-in process - Park registration is available at the campground office at most parks

Express Check-InExpress Check-in - Is offered at some parks, to take advantage of this program, you must have:
- A camping reservation
- Valid Park Entry Permit; and
- Printed copy of your email confirmation tear-off
- Completed the Express Check-In form - Once completed, deposit in the identified Express Check-In station at the park, and proceed to your campsite.

Offered at: Cypress Hills | Douglas | Duck Mountain | Greenwater Lake | Pike Lake | The Battlefords

Yellow Phone ServiceYellow Phone Service (Check-in) - This auto-dialing (direct to call centre/park office) phone is used to register for available campsites or modify / cancel your reservation and is located within the campground or adjacent to park entry facilities.

Offered at: Bronson Forest | Crooked Lake | Lac La Ronge | Great Blue Heron-Anglin Lakes | Cypress Hills | Duck Mountain