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 will help you plan your stay in a provincial park past the Labour Day long weekend.

Fall Camping

Autumn can be the best time to visit our parks after the summer crowds have gone. Squeeze out every ounce of nature while you can before the snow flies.

During the month of October, 13 of our parks will offer select campsites to book online for camping.

Parks will be offering reduced services. Each campsite will have an alert on the reservation site notifying what services are available/not available, such as electricity, water, sewer or pit toilets.

Discounted 2022 Annual Park Entry Permit
October 2022 Pricing
Nightly Electric
$29/night
(Regular Price $33/night)
Nightly Non-Electric
$16/night
(Regular Price $20/night)
Camp-Easy
$80/night
Parks Offering October Camping
Blackstrap Provincial Park
Power
Available
Water
Not available
Firewood
Available
Toilets
Portable toilets available
Trailer Dump Station
Not available
Buffalo Pound Provincial Park
Power
Available
Water
Not available
Firewood
Available when entry gate is open 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Toilets
Pit toilets available
Trailer Dump Station
Not available
Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park
Power
Available in select sites
Water
Not available
Firewood
Available
Toilets
Pit toilets available
Trailer Dump Station
Not available
Danielson Provincial Park
Power
Available
Water
Not available
Firewood
Available
Toilets
Pit toilets available
Trailer Dump Station
Not available
Douglas Provincial Park
Power
Available
Water
Not available
Firewood
Available
Toilets
Pit toilets available
Trailer Dump Station
Not available
Duck Mountain Provincial Park
Power
Available
Water
Available only at the pump house next to the Maintenance yard.
Firewood
Available
Toilets
Pit toilets available
Trailer Dump Station
Not available
Echo Valley Provincial Park
Power
Available
Water
Available upon request at the park office or maintenance shop.
Firewood
Available
Toilets
Pit toilets available
Trailer Dump Station
Not available
Good Spirit Lake Provincial Park
Power
Available
Water
Non-potable water available at the rec hall
Firewood
Available
Toilets
Pit toilets available, Rec hall features flush toilets
Trailer Dump Station
Not available
Greenwater Lake Provincial Park
Power
Available
Water
Potable water available at the water treatment plant, non-potable available near washrooms
Firewood
Available
Toilets
One toilet building located near site L27 open
Trailer Dump Station
Not available
Moose Mountain Provincial Park
Power
Active in Lynwood campground
Water
Not available in the campground, water is available in the beach parking lot
Firewood
Available
Toilets
Heated portable toilet setup in site #17
Trailer Dump Station
Available
Pike Lake Provincial Park
Power
Available
Water
Not available
Firewood
Available near site 51
Toilets
Pit toilets available
Trailer Dump Station
Not available
Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park
Power
Available
Water
Not available
Firewood
Available
Toilets
Pit toilets available
Trailer Dump Station
Not available
Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park
Power
Available
Water
Not available
Firewood
Available
Toilets
Pit toilets available
Trailer Dump Station
Not available
Winter Camping

Camping in the snow is another great way to experience our parks.

From November 1 until March 15, a total of five parks will be offering online reservable campsites.

Parks will be offering reduced services and during the booking process, each site will have an alert notifying what services are available/not available, such as electricity, water, sewer or pit toilets.

For Camp-Easy bookings, call the park a minimum of 24 hours prior to check-in time (2 p.m. the day the booking begins) to make arrangement for key pick up.

All sites will be closed on December 24 and 25.

Winter Pricing
Nightly Electric
$29/night
(Regular Price $33/night)
Nightly Non-Electric
$16/night
(Regular Price $20/night)
Camp-Easy
$80/night
Parks Offering Winter Camping
Buffalo Pound Provincial Park
Snow Removal
Lakeside L1-L7, Elmview E1-E4, Main road leading to Yurts E34, E35
Power
Available
Water
Not available
Firewood
Available at the main entry gate from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Toilets
Pit toilets available

Camp-Easy Only:

Call the park a minimum of 24 hours prior to check-in time (2 p.m. the day the booking begins) to make arrangement for key pick up.

Cypress Hill Interprovincial Park
Snow Removal
Sites will be cleared after snow falls
Power
Only in Terrace sites 1 & 3
Water
Not available
Firewood
Available
Toilets
Pit toilets available

Camp-Easy Only:

Call the park a minimum of 24 hours prior to check-in time (2 p.m. the day the booking begins) to make arrangement for key pick up.

Duck Mountain Provincial Park
Snow Removal
Sites will be cleared after snow falls
Power
Only in Fern 1 & 2
Water
Available at the pump house next to the maintenance yard
Firewood
Available
Toilets
Pit toilets available

Camp-Easy Only:

Call the park a minimum of 24 hours prior to check-in time (2 p.m. the day the booking begins) to make arrangement for key pick up.

Echo Valley Provincial Park
Snow Removal
Sites will be cleared after snow falls
Power
Available
Water
Available upon request at the office or maintenance shop
Firewood
Available
Toilets
Pit toilets available

Camp-Easy Only:

Call the park a minimum of 24 hours prior to check-in time (2 p.m. the day the booking begins) to make arrangement for key pick up.

Pike Lake Provincial Park
Snow Removal
Sites will be cleared after snow falls
Power
Available
Water
Not available
Firewood
Available near site 51
Toilets
Pit toilets available
Winter Cancellation Policy

For winter camping, we will refund reservation and camping fees for unused nights for stays between November 1 and March 15 if you cancel your winter camping reservation due to any of the following conditions:

  • If temperatures reach -26 degrees Celsius or below with wind chill during your scheduled stay in a provincial park; or
  • When you are unable to enter the campgrounds or access campsites due to natural disasters, road closures (including travel not recommended advisories due to winter conditions as designated on the Saskatchewan Highway Hotline), or other park-related emergencies.

If none of the above conditions are applicable, our standard cancellation policies will apply. Please see the link below for full details.

Learn More About Our Cancellation Policy
Discounted 2022 Annual Park Entry Permit

After October 1 you may purchase a 2022 Annual Park Entry Permit for a discounted rate of $40.

Please note this is a 2022 Park Entry Permit and it will expire on April 30, 2023. This Entry Permit will not work in the 2023 season that begins May 1, 2023.

2022 Park Entry Permits must be picked up at a Saskatchewan Provincial Park in person and will not be mailed out.

Purchase a Park Entry Permit
Spring Camping

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

Check back in early 2023 for details about spring camping.