Saskatchewan Provincial Park Camping Information

Saskatchewan's natural beauty and clean air make camping in one of our provincial parks a refreshing experience. Our parks and recreation sites offer a wide range of camping experiences to choose from. All of our primary campgrounds offer service centres with free bathroom and shower facilities and most offer laundry facilities and playground areas. Fresh drinking water, fire pits, fire wood and picnic tables are available at all provincial parks.

2020 Launch Dates

 


Be sure and check with individual Provincial Parks for the very latest activities and amenities

Accessible and Barrier Free Facilities
Activities
Campground Check-in
Camping at Saskatchewan Provincial Parks
Camp-Easy (tents & yurts)
Campsite Classification
Double Sites
Groups
Maximum Stays
Mongolian Yurt
Reservations
Park Entry Permit


 

 

Camping at Saskatchewan Provincial Parks

Nightly Camping

Reservations can be made using our Campsite Reservation Service

Seasonal Camping

The Saskatchewan Provincial Parks seasonal camping program offers the opportunity to secure a long term campsite from mid-May to the end of August, and into September at some locations. Seasonal bookings are offered at a discount from the regular nightly camping rates. There are 19 Saskatchewan Provincial Parks and recreation sites that offer the seasonal camping program, and the seasonal sites are always in high demand. 

This is the list of seasonal campsites in 2019 to help with your planning. 
An updated listing for 2020 seasonal campsites will be available prior to reservation launch beginning on April 13, 2020.

Reservations can be made using our Campsite Reservation Service

Equestrian Camping

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 the following provincial parks: Cypress Hills | Moose Mountain | Saskatchewan Landing

Fall and Off Season

As summer turns to fall, the operation of our camping system changes slightly. Find the latest Fall and Off-Season Camping info here.



Reservations 

Online (24/7): Campsite Reservation Service 

Call Centre (7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. CST 7 days a week):

  • 1-855-737-7275

  • Outside North America: 1-519-826-6784

Visa / MasterCard only 

Note: Entry Permit fee is NOT included in the cost of your Campsite Fee
Park Entry Permit fee (optional at time of booking) + Campsite Fee + Booking Fee

Guide to Creating a Seasonal Site Reservation



Campsite Classification

Campsite classification


Park Entry Permit

2020 Annual Entry PermitSaskatchewan Provincial Parks require an entry permit year round. Purchasing an annual pass is a great way to ensure that you can enjoy park offerings in every season. If you arrive at a park without a permit and the entry gate is closed, signage will indicate where a permit can be purchased.

Charged on a per vehicle basis. See Fees

Annual Park Entry Permit: 

Available through Campsite Reservation Service only when booking campsite. 
(mailed out if purchased more than 14 days before stay)

*Note:
2019 Annual Park Entry Permits valid until March 31, 2020 
2020 Annual Park Entry Permits (not yet available) valid until April 30, 2021

Day & Weekly Park Entry Permits:

 Available through Campsite Reservation Service only when booking campsite 

(Within 14 days before stay - Park pickup)

Note: Park Entry Permit fee is NOT included in the cost of your Campsite Fee
Park Entry Permit fee (optional at time of booking) + Campsite Fee + Booking Fee

 


 

Campground Check-in

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

Standard Check-in process

Upon entering the park registration is available at the campground office

Express Check-inExpress Check-in

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

To take advantage of this program, you must have:

  1. A camping reservation made using the Campsite Reservation Service
  2. Valid Park Entry Permit; and
  3. Printed copy of your email confirmation tear-off
  4. Completed the Express Check-In form - Once completed, deposit in the identified Express Check-In station at the park, and proceed to your campsite.
Yellow Phone Service

Yellow Phone Service

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

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.

 


Some campsites are designated 14 night maximum stay (June 24 - September long weekend). 

  • Campers are welcome to extend a stay by registering in an alternate campsite at the end of the 14 nights.
    • Note: Campers from the same household may not register back-to-back bookings in the same campsite. 
  • For more information refer to the Campsite Reservation Service




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.




Groups

Reserve year-round using Campsite Reservation Service or through the Call Centre 1-855-737-7275 - Outside North America: 1-519-826-6784 from April to October.

  • A second year of group reservations, including school and youth groups, will be available to reserve beginning the first Monday in April of each current year. (reserve up to two camping seasons in advance)
  • School/youth groups: 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) 
  • Sites have fire pits, access to water and firewood, and most offer a covered cooking shelter at no additional charge. 
  • 14-night maximum stay: June 24 to the Monday of the Labour Day long weekend.
  • Fees for group camping
Group Camping INFO

Full details of parks offering Group Camping

Select from the parks listed then follow the Camping at... link for group camping details

Fall and Off-season

Camping is one of the most popular activities in a provincial park, no matter the season. However, as summer turns to fall, the operation of our camping system changes slightly. This page details everything you need to know about camping in a provincial park past the Labour Day long weekend.