- fun on the snow!

Get out of the city and slide into our winter wonderlands – on your skis, skates or toboggans. Snowshoe through our forests, cruise down the epic toboggan hills, or skate our lakes. We promise to show you a whole new side of a Saskatchewan winter.

Activities across Saskatchewan

What are the prices?

Park entry (Park Entry Permit) is required year round and is charged on a per vehicle basis and must be paid for and displayed in order to access any Saskatchewan Provincial Park. A Park Permit purchased at one Saskatchewan Provincial Park is valid at all Saskatchewan Provincial Parks.
One Day Park Entry Permit
Fee Conditions Availability 

$10 

  • Valid from time of arrival to 2 pm the following day.
  • Not transferable between vehicles.
  • At any park entry gate
  • Online when reservation is made
  • Through the call centre
  • Permit will be printed upon check-in at the park
Weekly Park Entry Permit
Fee Conditions Availability 

$40 

  • Valid from time of arrival until 2 p.m. on the last day (7 days later).
    Example: Weekly pass purchased on July 1 is valid until July 8 at 2 pm.
  • Not transferable between vehicles.
  • At any park entry gate
Annual Park Entry Permit 
4 Season Parks Fee Conditions Availability 

$75 

  • May be transferred between vehicles.
  • Valid in any Saskatchewan Provincial Park
    from April 30 until April 30 of each year.
  • No refunds once issued.
  • Lost, stolen, or damaged passes will not be refunded or replaced.
  • At any park entry gate*
  • Online when reservations made 2 weeks before the day of arrival.
    • Permits are automatically mailed out to the mail address on file.
  • At CAA offices in Saskatchewan
Winter Annual Park Entry Permit 
4 Season Parks Fee Conditions Availability 

$40 

  • May be transferred between vehicles.
  • Valid in any Saskatchewan Provincial Park Oct 1 - March 31 each year.
  • No refunds once issued.
  • Lost, stolen, or damaged passes will not be refunded or replaced.
  • At any park entry gate*
Saskatchewan Seniors Park Entry Permit 
Fee Conditions Availability 

FREE

  • Age 65 or older, or turning 65 anytime during the current year.
  • Must provide valid Saskatchewan ID.

At any park entry gate

Need to know a bit more?

Winter Safety - Dress for the weather with Jay Brown, AKA SaskHiker

 

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)

Printable Itineraries & Guides - Simply click and print!

Winter in the Hills with Ashlyn George

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Winter Safety - Dress for the weather with Jay Brown, AKA SaskHiker

 

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