- avoid the crowds and join us

Camping is one of the most popular activities in our provincial parks, no matter the season. However, as summer turns to fall, the operation of our camping system changes slightly. This page details everything you need to know about camping in a provincial park past the Labour Day long weekend.

Spring

Cure your winter blues and kick off your camping season early.

Winter

Camping in the snow is a another great way to experience our parks.
*For camping after September 30, please contact the parks directly for available opportunities.

Fall

Autumn can be the best time to visit our parks after the summer crowds have gone. Squeeze out every ounce of nature time while you can - before the snow flies. Offered from the week following Labour Day weekend until the end of September each year.

Interested in camping this October? Many parks have sites available, but visitors should note that services and amenities will be reduced. We recommend directly contacting the park you are interested in visiting to find out what's available and to confirm the park's process for payment.

Fees per night are $16 for a non-electric site, and $29 for an electric site.

> (click here for) Park Phone Numbers  Athabasca Sand Dune: 306-425-4245
Blackstrap: 306-492-5675
Bronson Forest: 306-837-2410
Buffalo Pound: 306 694-3229 (May to Sep)
Candle Lake : 306-929-8400
Cannington Manor: 306-577-2600
Clarence-Steepbank Lakes: 306-426-2622
Clearwater River: 306-236-7672
Crooked Lake: 306-696-6253
Cumberland House: 306-929-8400
Cypress Hills: 306-662-5411
Danielson: 306-857-5510
Douglas: 306-854-6266
Duck Mountain: 306-542-5500
Echo Valley: 306-332-3215
Fort Carlton : 306-467-5205
Fort Pitt : 306-837-2410
Good Spirit Lake: 306-792-4750
Great Blue Heron: 306-982-6250
Greenwater Lake: 306-278-3515
Holy Trinity Anglican Church: 306-425-4220
Katepwa Point: 306-332-3215
Lac La Ronge: 306-425-4220
Last Mountain House: 306-725-5200
Makwa Lake: 306-837-2410
Meadow Lake: 306-236-7680
Moose Mountain : 306-577-2600
Narrow Hills: 306-426-2622
Pike Lake: 306-933-6966
Regina Beach: 306-729-3423
Rowan’s Ravine: 306-725-5200
Saskatchewan Landing: 306-375-5525
St. Victor Petroglyphs: 800-205-7070
Steele Narrows: 306-837-2410
The Battlefords: 306-386-2212
Touchwood Hills Post: 306-332-3215
Wildcat Hill : 306-278-3519
Wood Mountain Post: 306-694-3229


Moose Mountain FallDuck Mountain Fall Camping

Pike Lake Fall

Details

We offer several types of nightly campsites:

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 hookup. Campers also have access to a service centre, firewood, fire pit and picnic table.

Non-electric campsites are defined campsites with access to a service centre, firewood, fire pit and picnic table. No electricity or water.

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).

Accessible and barrier-free campsites

Provincial Park Campsites
* Indicates Seasonal Accessible Campsites 
Blackstrap Sunset Ridge campsites 304, 328, 329
Buffalo Pound Maple Vale campsites 54, 57, 62
Trails End campsites 22, 24*
Candle Lake Sandy Bay campsites 335, 336, 337, 338, 339 
Cypress Hills Meadows campsites 50, 64
Rainbow campsites 7, 8
Danielson Bayside campsite 217
Shady Lane campsite 318
Douglas Coghlan campsite 107
Homestead campsite 314 
Duck Mountain Birch campsites 80, 81, 144* 
Echo Valley Aspen campsites 253, 255
Lakeview campsite 406
Valleyview campsites *17, 162
Good Spirit Lake Aspen campsites H, 51
Great Blue Heron Murray Point campsites 92, 93, 94
Greenwater Lake Poplar Ridge campsites 9, 13
Makwa Lake Stabler Point campsites 19, 43, 182
Meadow Lake Greig Lake campsite G33
Kimball Lake
campsites 124, 125
Moose Mountain Fish Creek campsites 71, 73
Narrow Hills Lower Fishing Lake campsite 46
Pike Lake Pike Lake campsites 1A, 2A
Rowan’s Ravine Elmview campsites 238, 239*, 240, 242* 
Saskatchewan Landing Sagebrush campsite 17
The Battlefords North campsites 29, 30, 31

 

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.

Need to know a bit more?

How to Reserve

From campsites or swimming lessons to planning a day trip requiring a picnic shelter rental, you can plan and book it all in advance and rest easy knowing your favourite place is waiting for you when you arrive. You can even book a Camp-Easy site and really leave your troubles behind!    

Reserve Online
Available 24/7
NOTE: When clicking the RESERVE NOW button, you will be taken to our reservation site (different web site). 
You can return back to SaskParks.com at any time by clicking on the Sask Parks logo at the bottom of the page. 
Reserve using the Call Centre
Available 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. CST 7 days a week
1-833-7SKPARK (1-833-775-7275)
Visa / MasterCard accepted - Reservation fees are non-refundable

Changes or Cancellations

  • A Non-refundable reservation fee is charged per reservation: $12/online - $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.

How to Change / Cancel Reservation

NOTE: Backcountry Camping and Recreation Hall reservations can be cancelled online or through the Call Centre – changes must be made through the Call Centre

Online
Available 24/7
When clicking the CHANGE / CANCEL button, you will be taken to our reservation site (different web site). 
You can return back to SaskParks.com at any time by clicking on the Sask Parks logo at the bottom of the page. 
Call Centre
Available 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. CST
7 days a week
1-833-7SKPARK (1-833-775-7275)

Nightly / Equestrian / Camp-Easy: Change or Cancellation Penalties

  • Camp-Easy: A refundable damage deposit is owed at the time of reservation. If no damage occurs during stay, you will be refunded the damage deposit.
  • Changes to dates, permit holder name, park or Camp-Easy site made prior to 2:00 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 2:00 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 2:00 p.m. CST of arrival will result in the forfeit of two nights of camping.
  • You are considered a no-show and automatically cancelled by the park if the site is not occupied by 2:00 p.m. CST on second day of reservation. No-shows result in the forfeit of up to four nights of camping.