Accessible & Barrier-Free Camping
Our parks are beautiful and serene places to visit and we aim to make sure everyone is welcome. Accessible and barrier-free campsites are available for nightly and seasonal reservations and our service centres and facilities are designed for customers with reduced mobility. These campsites may offer proximity to accessible service centres or washrooms, cement pads or firm gravel for wheelchairs or walkers, or be free of barriers such as campsite boundary markers. Our accessible and barrier-free campsites can only be booked by campers with a valid Accessible Parking Permit (with number and expiry information), and this must be displayed while in the park.
Campsites are available from mid May through to September 30.
Types of Campsites
- Full-service campsites are defined campsites with electricity, water, and sewer 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.
- Electric campsites are defined campsites with electricity and water point access. Campers also have access to a service centre, firewood, fire pit and picnic table.
- Non-electric campsites are campsites with access to non-dedicated water points, firewood, fire pit, picnic table and within driving distance of a service centre. No electricity available within campsites.
- 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).
Parks Offering Accessible / Barrier-Free Campsites
- Buffalo Pound
- Candle Lake
- Cypress Hills
- Duck Mountain
- Echo Valley
- Good Spirit Lake
- Great Blue Heron
- Greenwater Lake
- Makwa Lake
- Meadow Lake
- Moose Mountain
- Narrow Hills
- Pike Lake
- Rowan's Ravine
- Saskatchewan Landing
- The Battlefords
Reservation Fees and Charges
- Fees and penalties are based on the reservation type as outlined on our reservation site Fees page.
- Reservation charges, change and cancellation fees, and call centre surcharges are non-refundable. Under extenuating circumstances, campers may be eligible for a refund of camping fees if the request meets the grounds for a refund.
- View all Fees and Penalties
Changes or Cancellations
- A non-refundable reservation fee is charged per reservation: $12/online or $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.
Barrier-Free / Accessible Camping Change or Cancellation Penalties
- Double sites must be reserved, changed and cancelled together.
- Camp-Easy: A refundable damage deposit is owed in full at the time of reservation. Damage deposits will be held by Sask Parks for the duration of the reservation and will be refunded if the site remains in good condition. In the event the reservation site is damaged, items included in the site are lost or missing, or non-compliance with the rules has resulted in loss, the damage deposit will be retained and used to remedy the damage or loss.
- Changes to dates, permit holder name, park or site made prior to 2 p.m. CST of scheduled arrival date will incur a $15 change fee.
- Shortening your stay or cancelling your reservation more than 24 hours prior to 2 p.m. CST of arrival will incur a $15 change and/or cancellation fee.
- Shortening your stay or cancelling your reservation less than 24 hours prior to 2 p.m. CST of arrival will result in the forfeit of two nights of camping.
- Extending your stay will not incur additional reservation charges, however additional nightly camping fees will be charged.
- Once checked-in at the park, all changes and cancellations must occur at the park. Early departure will result in the forfeit of two camping nights.
- You are considered a no-show and automatically cancelled by the park if the site is not occupied by 2 p.m. CST on second day of reservation. No-shows result in the forfeit of up to four nights of camping.