- fun with family and friends

With plenty of space to gather around the campfire, group camping is a bonding experience your family and friends won’t soon forget. Sites have fire pits, access to water and firewood, and some offer a covered cooking shelter at no additional charge. Group campgrounds make it easy to book sites together under one reservation.

Availability: Group campsites are available from the Thursday before Victoria Day (May 20/21 or May 19/22) to September 30 each year, and are available to reserve two years in advance.

Parks Offering Group Camping
Provincial Park Campground  Group Campsites
Buffalo Pound
Rankins Large = 15/Non-Electric
Candle Lake
Fisher Creek
Medium = 7/Non-Electric & 5/Electric
Minowukaw
Large = 16/Non-Electric
Sandy Bay Medium = 6/Non-Electric & 6/Electric
Crooked Lake
Group Medium = 11/Non-Electric
Cypress Hills Valley Trail Small = 5/Non-Electric
Sleepy Hollow Large = 9 Electric/10 Non-Electric
Sunset Large = 14/Non-Electric
Hidden Valley Large = 10 Electric/5 Non-Electric
Lone Pine Large = 20/Non-Electric
Loch Leven Small = 7/Non-Electric
Shady Pines Large = 14/Electric
Douglas
Aspen Grove Large = 15/Non-Electric
Coyote Clearing Small = 7/Non-Electric
Duck Mountain
Deer Small = 7/Non-Electric
Elk Medium = 12/Electric
Moose Medium = 12/Electric
Echo Valley
Hole in Wall #1 Large = 15/Non-Electric
Hole in Wall #2 Medium = 10/Non-Electric
Little McLean #1 Large = 16/Electric
Little McLean #2 Large = 14/Electric
Little McLean #3 Large = 16/Electric
TeePee #1 Large = 20/Electric
Good Spirit Lake
Group Electric: Medium = 3/15 AMP & 6/30 AMP
Group Non-Electric: Small = 5
Great Blue Heron
Anglin Lake
Spruce River 
Medium = 9/Non-Electric
Greenwater Lake Group Camp A Small = 4/Non-Electric
Group Camp B Medium = 9/Non-Electric
Group Camp C Small = 4/Non-Electric
Group Camp D Small = 4/Non-Electric
Group Camp E Medium = 9/Non-Electric
Group Camp F Small = 3/Non-Electric
Makwa Lake
Group Medium = 10/Non-Electric
Meadow Lake
Dorintosh
Greig Lake Group 1
Medium = 12/Electric
Greig Lake Group 2
Medium = 12/Electric
Greig Lake Group 3 Large = 13/Non-Electric
Greig Lake Group 4
Medium = 12/Non-Electric
Kimball Lake - Group 1 Medium = 10/Non-Electric
Kimball Lake - Group 2 Large = 13/Non-Electric
Kimball Lake - First Mustus  Small = 5/Non-Electric (Contact the park directly)
Meadow Lake
Pierceland
Murray Doell Medium = 10/Electric
Sandy Beach Group 1 Medium = 11/Non-Electric
Sandy Beach Group 2 Large = 13/Non-Electric
Moose Mountain
Poplar Lane Large = 15/Non-Electric
Aspen Meadow Large = 15/Non-Electric
Narrow Hills
Ranger Beach Medium = 10/Non-Electric
Lakeview Group Medium = 8/Non-Electric
Calder Lake Group (Ispuchaw) Small = 3/Economy
Group 1 Small = 5/Non-Electric
Group 2 Small = 5/Non-Electric
Pike Lake
Group 1 Large = 14/Electric
Group 2 Large = 18/Electric
Group 3 Large = 18/Electric
Rowan’s Ravine
7th Heaven (formerly Group A) 7/Electric
Cloud Nine (formerly Group B) 9/Electric
Saskatchewan Landing Prairie Meadow 1 Medium = 10/Electric
Prairie Meadow 2 Small = 5/Electric
Prairie Meadow 3 Small = 5/Electric
Prairie Meadow 4 Medium = 10/Electric
The Battlefords
Aspen Medium = 10/Non-Electric
Clearview Small = 6/Non-Electric
Keeway Large = 15/Non-Electric
Maple Large = 15/Electric
Poplar Small = 6/Non-Electric
Robinson Bay Small = 6/Non-Electric
Willow Medium = 8/Electric
Lakeview Large = 12/Electric & 3/Non-Electric

Details

We offer several types and sizes of group campsites:

Types of Group Campsites

Group campsites come in three different sizes:

  • Small (up to 7 sites, one camping unit per site)
  • Medium (8 to 12 sites)
  • Large (13 or more sites)

We offer three types of group campsites:

  • Electric campsites are defined campsites with electricity and water hookup. Campers also have access to a service centre, firewood, fire pit and picnic table. Service centres contain showers, flush toilets, hot and cold running water, sinks, and electrical outlets.
  • Non-electric campsites are defined campsites with access to a service centre, firewood, fire pit and picnic table. No electricity or water.
  • Economy campsites are rustic, non-electric campsites without one or more of the following: firewood; campsite furniture; water; or access to a service centre (closest one is more than a 10-minute drive away).

Need to know a bit more?

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.

For a complete listing of park rules - see our Rules & Regulations page

How to Reserve

From campsites or swimming lessons to planning a day trip requiring a picnic shelter rental, you can plan and book it all in advance and rest easy knowing your favourite place is waiting for you when you arrive. You can even book a Camp-Easy site and really leave your troubles behind!    

Reserve Online
Available 24/7 Note: Online Reservation system will
not be live until April 2021
Visa / MasterCard
accepted
When clicking the RESERVE NOW button, you will be taken to our reservation site (different web site). 
You can return back to SaskParks.com at any time by clicking on the Sask Parks logo. 
Reserve using the Call Centre
Available 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. CST
7 days a week
1-833-7SKPARK (1-833-775-7275) Note: Call Centre will not be
live until April 2021
Reservation fees are non-refundable

Did something come up? Need to change something?

Changes or Cancellations

  • A Non-refundable reservation fee is charged per reservation: $12/online - $14/call centre
  • Change and Cancellation penalties are based on the type of site reserved.
  • Depending on when a cancellation or change is made, penalties may apply. These penalties are applied as forfeited. If you change your reservation to a different Saskatchewan Provincial Park - it is still considered a cancellation.

How to Changes / Cancel Reservation

Online
Available 24/7 Note: Online Reservation system will
not be live until April 2021
When clicking the RESERVE NOW button, you will be taken to our reservation site (different web site). 
You can return back to SaskParks.com at any time by clicking on the Sask Parks logo. 
Call Centre
Available 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. CST
7 days a week
1-833-7SKPARK (1-833-775-7275) Note: Call Centre will not be
live until April 2021
Reservation fees are non-refundable

Group Campsites: Change or Cancellation Penalties

  • Changes to dates, permit holder name, park or campsite made prior to 2:00 p.m. CST of scheduled arrival date will incur a $15 change fee.
  • Shortening your stay or cancelling your reservation more than 30 days prior to 2:00 p.m. CST of arrival will incur a $15 change and/or cancellation fee.
  • Shortening your stay or cancelling your reservation 30 days or less prior to 2:00 p.m. CST of arrival will result in the forfeit of two nights of group camping.
  • You are considered a no-show and automatically cancelled by the park if the site is not occupied by 2:00 p.m. CST on second day of reservation. No-shows result in the forfeit of 4 nights of group camping.