No Tent Required!

Spend your next vacation in a Saskatchewan Provincial Park. While camping has always been a popular activity in our parks, there are other ways to experience a getaway in the great outdoors. Whether it’s additional comfort and convenience or a new experience you’re after, you’ll find many accommodations to choose from in our parks. This includes cabins and resorts to equipped tents and yurts.
Backcountry Camping - Know Before You Go

Please read and be aware of the additional following terms and conditions:

  • All trash MUST be packed out. Pack out what you pack in.
  • Keep trails and sites litter-free.
  • Backcountry Camping Permit MUST be carried by the group leader. 
  • Campfires are only permitted in designated areas. 
  • Do not leave the designated trail. Diverting from the path to avoid puddles can harm vegetation and increase erosion.
  • Feeding wildlife is strictly prohibited - use bear safe food lockers where available (Meadow Lake Provincial Park).
  • All campsites are shared sites. Respect all trail users and obey quiet times and individual privacy.
  • Avoid hiking alone whenever possible. Make a plan and share it with someone. If possible, set a plan to check in periodically throughout your outing.
  • Dress in appropriate hiking attire, including stable (and comfortable) footwear.
  • There is no potable water available at the backcountry campsites. Hikers must have their own water filtration systems.