Saskatchewan is one of the most affordable places to camp in Canada, and our provincial 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. Saskatchewan's natural beauty and clean air make camping in a provincial park a refreshing experience.

2020 reservation dates coming soon – sign up for Sask Parks Newsletter to be notified when dates are announced

NOTE: Camping fees vary by service type and location, see Campsite Reservation Service for details. All fees are subject to change - All prices include taxes - Full payment for all booking categories is required at the time of booking (Visa/Mastercard). Reservation, change, cancellation and Call Centre surcharge fees are non-refundable.

 Online Reservations

Bookings (reservations)

$12 online using the Campsite Reservation Service
$14 when using the Call Centre
This fee is non-refundable.

2020 Annual Park Entry Permit Park Entry Permit

To access any Saskatchewan Provincial Parks you require an entry permit year round. This 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
$10 =1-Day | $40 =Weekly - Available at the park or when making a reservation
$75 = Transferable Annual (non-refundable) - Available through the Campsite Reservation Service (or call centre) when booking campsite (mailed out if purchased more than 14 days before stay) - can also be purchased in person at our parks or through participating CAA offices.

Daily and Weekly Park Entry Permits are FREE for Saskatchewan residents 65 or older  (or turning 65 years of age anytime during the current year) - with ID. 

*No refunds once a Annual Park Entry Permit has been issued.
Lost or stolen entry permits will not be refunded or replaced.



$42 Full Service
$32 Electric
$20 Non-Electric
$18 Economy* 
$20 Equestrian* 
$65 Camp-Easy
$110 Mongolian Yurt:


$2,600 Electric
$1,400 Non-Electric
$1,100 Economy

Seasonal campers require a
Annual Park Entry Permit

   Prices do NOT included Vehicle Park Entry Permit or booking fee
 Group Camping

Group Sites

(up to seven sites)

$120 Electric
$80 Non-Electric
$72 Economy

(8-12 sites)

$180 Electric
$120 Non-Electric
$108 Economy

(13 or more sites)

$240 Electric
$160 Non-Electric
$144 Economy

All fees listed are per night.
   Prices do NOT included Vehicle Park Entry Permit or booking fee

Spring Shoulder Season Promotion

$5 discount per night (May 1- June 23 inclusive)

$27 Electric
$15 Non-Electric
$13 Economy

Prices do NOT included Vehicle Park Entry Permit or booking fee


Cannington Manor and Fort Carlton Admission

$4 Adult
$1 Youth (6-18 years) 
$9 Family
FREE Child (5 years and under)

  Prices do NOT included Vehicle Park Entry Permit or booking fee
 Outdoor Pool

Swimming Pools

Cypress Hills | Pike Lake | Buffalo Pound

$5 Daily
$25 Weekly
$75 Full Season
$2 Daily
$2 Institutional Camp
$10 Weekly
$30 Full Season
$14 Daily
$70 Weekly
$210 Full Season

      Swimming Lessons: = $35 (can be booked through online

    Prices do NOT included Vehicle Park Entry Permit or booking fee

     Group Picnic

    Day Use Facility Rentals (Picnic Shelter/Rec Halls)

    Reserve using Campsite Reservation Service for the following                 

    Pike Lake
    , Tipi Shady Lane Picnic Area
    Can only be made up until two (2) days prior to scheduled arrival date at 6:00 pm CST. (e.g. a customer can book a shelter for Saturday up until 6 pm CST on the Thursday prior to arrival.)

    Recreation halls (Reserve directly through parks)

      Prices do NOT included Vehicle Park Entry Permit or booking fee

    Changes or Cancellation

    Depending on when a cancellation or change is made, penalties may apply. These penalties are applied as forfeited Camping Fees and are non-refundable. 

    • If you change your reservation to a different Saskatchewan Provincial Park - it is considered a cancellation. 

    • Cancellation and change penalties are outlined in Reservation Changes or Cancellation Fees

    Refunding camping fees will be considered if:

    • The customer attempted to cancel their reservation or notified Saskatchewan Provincial Parks of their circumstances

    • There are grounds for a refund - see Refund Application Eligibility

    The Refund Application Eligibility criteria provides guidelines for what constitutes a refund.

    At the park:

    • Once you're in the park, with the permit for your site and choose to leave early - you will lose the cost of up to 4 remaining camping nights.

    • Once you’re in the park

      - refund requests should be directed to park management.