Choose the entry permit that’s right for you!
Maximize your time spent in Saskatchewan Provincial Parks! For families who love exploring the outdoors and plan to visit the parks more than once this year, our Annual Park Entry Permit will provide the best bang for your buck. We like to think of it as an ultimate all-access pass to unlimited amounts of fun for the entire year. A valid park entry permit is required year-round.
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 valid Park Permit purchased at one Saskatchewan Provincial Park is valid at all Saskatchewan Provincial Parks.
- 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.
- 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.
Available at any park entry gate
- May be transferred between vehicles.
- Valid in any Saskatchewan Provincial Park from Apr 30 until Apr 30 of each year.
- No refunds once issued.
- Lost, stolen, or damaged passes will not be refunded or replaced.
- At any park entry gate
- At CAA offices in Saskatchewan
- Online: If you purchase an Annual Park Entry Permit before May 1, the permit will be mailed to the mailing address associated with your reservation. Permits purchased from May 1 to March 30 of the following year, you will need to pick up your permit when you arrive at the park.
SK Seniors over 65 permits are FREE with valid Saskatchewan ID - available at any park entry gate
CANOO (Previously Cultural Access Permit)
This program allows new Canadian citizens to celebrate their citizenship by providing free admission to different locations, including Saskatchewan Provincial Parks! Each CANOO user is entitled to one free daily entry into the Saskatchewan Provincial Park of their choice. Upon arrival at the park, the customer can enter the Saskatchewan Provincial Parks 4-digit code into the app to be eligible for their free daily entry. Please have government-issued photo ID available to show Sask Parks staff.
Traditional Use Permit
Access to provincial parks is available at no charge for individuals and/or groups of Indigenous people (status and non-status Indians, First Nations, Inuit and Metis) who are exercising existing Aboriginal or treaty rights. This may include traditional activities such as hunting, fishing, trapping, gathering, and spiritual ceremonies. Please contact the park before your visit for more information. This permit does not allow any use of park facilities or re-entry into the park.