Equestrian camping provides an opportunity for campers to explore the parks with their horses while staying overnight in an area specifically suited to meet the needs of campers traveling with horses. Services offered in each equestrian campground differ by park but they all offer the same basic services: corrals, tie stalls, and access to water ... and that's just for the horses. Human companions will be well looked after as well, with limited-service camping spots located in the vicinity of the corrals.

Parks Offering Equestrian Camping

Provincial Park Campground or area
Cypress Hills

West Block Wilderness Area

Picnic tables, barbecues, garbage cans, outhouses,
drinking water and large fire rings for groups
32 tie stalls, 5 turnout pens and a large catch pen (pasture),
and you can ride throughout the entire 50 square miles of West Block
Only processed feed is permitted in the park
Please bring your own or purchase it upon arrival

To Reserve: Self-registration, please pay and reserve the
campsite at the yellow box when you arrive at the campground
Park Entry Permit required - Camping fees apply

Call in advance: 306-662-5489 

Saskatchewan
Landing

South side of Lake Diefenbaker

10 non-electric campsites
Grazing paddock, holding pens, and tie stalls
Trails accessible from the camping area

Reserve: Online Reservation Site
Park Entry Permit required - Camping fees apply

For more information: 306-375-5525 

Moose Mountain

10 barbecue sites, portable toilets, no power
Access to water and corral for the horses
Ski trails available for riding when dry

To Reserve: Contact the park directly
May to September: 306-577-2611
Off-Season: 306-577-2600
Park Entry Permit required - Camping fees apply