Enjoy some time with your best friend
Equestrian camping provides an opportunity for campers to explore our parks with their horses while staying overnight in an area specifically suited to meet their needs. Services offered in each equestrian campground differ by park, but they all offer the same basic services: corrals, tie stalls, and access to water.
Parks Offering Equestrian Camping
- Picnic tables, barbecues, garbage cans, outhouses, drinking water and a large fire ring is available for groups.
- The site also includes 12 tie stalls, 6 standing stalls, 10 turnout pens and a large catch pen.
- Visitors can ride throughout the entire 50 square miles of the West Block.
- Only processed feed is permitted in the park. Please bring your own or purchase it upon arrival.
Self-registration is available. Please pay and reserve the campsite at the yellow box when you arrive at the campground. A valid Park Entry Permit is required.
Call in advance: 306-662-5489
South side of Lake Diefenbaker
- 10 non-electric campsites.
- Grazing paddock, holding pens, and tie stalls available.
- Trails accessible from the camping area.
- Only processed feed is permitted in the park.
Reservable online. To reserve, please visit our online reservation site. A valid Park Entry Permit is required.
For more information: 306-375-5525
- Room for up to 10 camping units, pit toilet, group firepit as well as a picnic shelter with picnic tables and stove available on-site. There is no power available.
- Access to water, feeding stalls, troughs and corral for the horses.
- Designated equestrian trail in addition to ski trails that are available for riding when dry.
Self-registration is available. For more information, please contact the park directly:
- May to Labour Day: 306-577-2611
- Off-season: 306-577-2600
A valid Park Entry Permit is required.
Rules and Regulations
View our Equestrian Camping Rules and Regulations
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 refund.
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.
Equestrian Camping Change or Cancellation Penalties
View our Equestrian Camping Change or Cancellation Penalties