- pick your adventure

Saskatchewan’s Provincial Parks offer many opportunities for backcountry and wilderness camping. Whether you’re hiking, canoeing or driving to an out-of-the-way campsite, these areas are meant for the campers who enjoy a more rugged camping experience with limited or no services. Campers using backcountry or wilderness sites are expected to minimize their impact on the natural landscape by practicing a ‘Pack-it-in, Pack-it-out’ philosophy. Saskatchewan wild spaces offers some of the most breathtaking and challenging camping experiences Saskatchewan has to offer!

Un-serviced, Vehicle Access Campsites

Park Campground or area - First come, first served
Cypress Hills
Interprovincial Park

West Block Wilderness Area

Non-electric
Park Entry Permit required - Camping fees apply
Some service available

For more information: 306-662-5489 

Taylor Lake

Taylor Lake Provincial Campground

Non-electric
Outdoor toilets
Picnic shelters and fire pits available
No camping fees

For more information: 306-236-7688

Clarence-Steepbank Lakes
Provincial Park

Rustic amenities
Primitive campsites
Barbecues and picnic tables
No other services or facilities available
Park Entry Permit required - No camping fees

For more information, please call 306-929-8406

 

Walk-in Campsites

Park Campground or area
Douglas
Provincial Park

Park Entry Permit required

For more information: 306-854-6266 

Blackstrap
Provincial Park

Park Entry Permit required

For more information: 306-492-5675 

 

Backcountry Campsites

Park Campground or area & details
Meadow Lake
Provincial Park

Meadow Lake Provincial Park - Boreal Trail
Our 120km trail allows for a variety of backcountry
camping and backpacking experiences.

Pit toilets available at points along the trail.
Other services provided in the Meadow Lake front-country campgrounds 
Park Entry Permit required

For more information: 306-236-7680 

Narrow Hills
Provincial Park

Narrow Hills Provincial Park - Gem Lakes
This 5.5km hike is perfect for a day trip, but there are also a number of
wilderness camping sites along the trail for those who wish to camp.

No services or facilities available
Park Entry Permit required

For more information: 306-426-2622 

 

Wilderness Parks

Park Details
Wildcat Hill
Provincial Park
No services or facilities available
Park Entry Permit required - No camping fees
Recommended for experienced backcountry campers only

For more information: 306-278-3519 

Athabasca Sand Dunes
Provincial Park

Only accessible by float plane, canoe or boat
Recommended for experienced wilderness campers only
Park Entry Permit required - No camping fees

For more information: 306-425-4245 

Clearwater River
Provincial Park

Canoe or rafting
No services or facilities available
Park Entry Permit required - No camping fees
Recommended for experienced backcountry campers only

For more information: 306-236-7672

Lac La Ronge
Provincial Park

Canoe Routes
Some sites have fire pits, outhouses, 
Park Entry Permit required - No camping fees

For more information, please call 306-425-4220