Know Before You Go
Depending on when you are arriving at our parks, check-in may be different depending on the park and could differ based on your hour of arrival. We have implemented different check-in processes to alleviate the stress of what happens when you arrive.
Check-in: 2 pm | Check-out: 12 noon
Arriving during regular operating hours
Check-in is standard at our parks during regular hours, but if you're arriving after hours, things can be a bit different.
- If you have a reservation and a Park Entry Permit, you can proceed directly to your campsite. You will be automatically checked in.
- If you have not pre-paid for a stand-alone daily or weekly Park Entry Permit with your campsite reservation and do not have an Annual Park Entry Permit, you will be required to purchase a Park Entry Permit upon arrival at the park.
- If you have pre-paid for a stand-alone daily or weekly Park Entry Permit but did not print it off at home, you will be required to stop at the entry gate/admin office to collect your entry permit.
Arriving after hours
Camping reservations and Park Entry Permits can be completed and purchased online at parks.saskatchewan.ca or through the Reservation Call Centre.
Auto Check-in: If you have a reservation and a Park Entry Permit, you can proceed directly to your campsite. You will be automatically checked in.
Purchasing Entry After Hours: In parks where the entry gate is unattended when you arrive, you can proceed to the entry gate or admin office the following morning to purchase and/or print your Park Entry Permit.
Yellow Phone Service - Check-in
This autodialing (direct to call centre/park office) phone is used to register for available campsites or modify/cancel your reservation and is located within the campground or adjacent to park entry facilities.
Parks offering Yellow Phone Check-in Service
- Duck Mountain Provincial Park
- Lac La Ronge Provincial Park