Enjoy the fun and excitement of exploring Saskatchewan's provincial parks on four wheels. Below is a list of our parks which allow the use of ATVs within their boundaries. You may also find additional information and rules regarding the use of ATVs in the parks below.
ATV Safety Tips
- Carry a map, compass, and/or GPS.
- Remember a First Aid kit.
- Pack extra food and water.
- Let someone know your travel route and expected arrival time.
- Be alert to on-coming traffic.
ATV Rules and Regulations
- Helmets must be worn while riding; boots, long pants and sleeves and eye protection are recommended.
- You must have a valid driver's license to operate an ATV and have third party liability insurance to ride on Crown land and be able to produce a copy of your insurance if requested by a peace/conservation officer.
- Children between the ages of 12 and 16 must be supervised by a person who has held a continuous/valid license for one year.
- Trails will be closed when raining or following a substantial rainfall in order to minimize ecological damage.
- All-terrain vehicles must be washed and clean prior to riding in the park. This is to avoid the spread of noxious weeds and/or invasive species, as this can be harmful to the parks ecosystem.
- Weather conditions can change abruptly, and the park reserves the right to close any and all trails without prior notice.
- ATV use is prohibited in the following areas:
- Campgrounds or cottage subdivisions;
- Day-use areas or beaches;
- All roads;
- Ditches along roadways; and
- Hiking trails