- avoid the crowds and join us

Camping is one of the most popular activities in a provincial park, 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.

Ideal for those who prefer to camp when the parks are quieter. 

Spring

Cure your winter blues and kick off your camping season early at a discounted rate. Saskatchewan Provincial Parks offer a spring promotional rate of $5 off per night for electric, non-electric and economy sites. Offered May 1 until the 2nd last weekend in June yearly.

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 October yearly.

Click on the parks below for campgrounds and the services available. *Services are subject to change due to weather conditions

Parks offering fall camping (*Services are subject to change due to weather conditions)

Blackstrap Provincial Park
Service Centre Service Centre
Power Power
Water Water
Firewood Firewood
Outdoor Washroom Outdoor Washrooms
Blackstrap Provincial Park
Campground Services Available
Reserve until Closed

Kevin Misfeldt

Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Hazelnut Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Sunset Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Bronson Forest Provincial Park
Service Centre Service Centre
Power Power
Water Water
Firewood Firewood
Outdoor Washroom Outdoor Washrooms
Bronson Forest Provincial Park
Campground Services Available Reserve until Closed

Little Fishing Lake

  Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 11
Peck Lake   Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 11
Buffalo Pound Provincial Park
Service Centre Service Centre
Power Power
Water Water
Firewood Firewood
Outdoor Washroom Outdoor Washrooms
Buffalo Pound Provincial Park
Campground Services Available
Reserve until Closed

Elmview

Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Lakeside Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Lower Chalet A Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Lower Chalet B Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Maple Vale Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Shady Lane
Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Trails End Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Valley Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Candle Lake Provincial Park
Service Centre Service Centre
Power Power
Water Water
Firewood Firewood
Outdoor Washroom Outdoor Washrooms
Candle Lake Provincial Park
Campground Services Available
Reserve until Closed

Minowukaw

Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 17
September 18
Sandy Bay
Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Crooked Lake Provincial Park
Service Centre Service Centre
Power Power
Water Water
Firewood Firewood
Outdoor Washroom Outdoor Washrooms
Crooked Lake Provincial Park
Campground Services Available
Reserve until Closed

All

Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Cypress Hills Provincial Park
Service Centre Service Centre
Power Power
Water Water
Firewood Firewood
Outdoor Washroom Outdoor Washrooms
Cypress Hills Provincial Park
Campground Services Available
Reserve until Closed

Aspen Grove

Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Ball Diamond Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Deer Hollow Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Lodgepole Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Meadows Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 N/A
Rainbow Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 20 September 21
Terrace Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Warlodge Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Danielson Provincial Park
Service Centre Service Centre
Power Power
Water Water
Firewood Firewood
Outdoor Washroom Outdoor Washrooms
Danielson Provincial Park
Campground Services Available
Reserve until Closed

Bayside

Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Coldwell Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Elmview Service Centre until Sept 28 Power Water until Sept 28 Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Shady Lane Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Douglas Provincial Park
Service Centre Service Centre
Power Power
Water Water
Firewood Firewood
Outdoor Washroom Outdoor Washrooms
Douglas Provincial Park
Campground Services Available Reserve until Closed

Coglan

Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Homestead Service Centre until Sept 28
Power Water until Sept 28 Firewood Outdoor Washroom FCFS Open Year Round
Middaugh Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Duck Mountain Provincial Park
Service Centre Service Centre
Power Power
Water Water
Firewood Firewood
Outdoor Washroom Outdoor Washrooms
Duck Mountain Provincial Park
Campground Services Available
Reservable until Closed

Birch

Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Fern Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Poplar Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Selwood Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Spruce Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Echo Valley Provincial Park
Service Centre Service Centre
Power Power
Water Water
Firewood Firewood
Outdoor Washroom Outdoor Washrooms
Echo Valley Provincial Park
Campground Services Available
Reservable until Closed

Aspen

Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Lakeview Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Lookout Point Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Morning View Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Valley View Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Good Spirit Lake Provincial Park
Service Centre Service Centre
Power Power
Water Water
Firewood Firewood
Outdoor Washroom Outdoor Washrooms
Good Spirit Lake Provincial Park
Campground Services Available
Reserve until Closed

Aspen

Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Balsam Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Sandy Ridge Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Great Blue Heron Provincial Park
Service Centre Service Centre
Power Power
Water Water
Firewood Firewood
Outdoor Washroom Outdoor Washrooms
Great Blue Heron Provincial Park
Campground Services Available
Reserve until Closed

Anderson Point

Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Coot's Corner Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Heron's Hideaway Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Murray Point Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
North Murray Point Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Greenwater Lake Provincial Park
Service Centre Service Centre
Power Power
Water Water
Firewood Firewood
Outdoor Washroom Outdoor Washrooms
Greenwater Lake Provincial Park
Campground Services Available Reserve until Closed

Aspen

Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Cranberry Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Hilltop Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Ibister Lake Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Lakeshore Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Poplar Ridge Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Smallfish Lake Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Spirit Lake Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Townsend Lake Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Lac La Ronge Provincial Park
Service Centre Service Centre
Power Power
Water Water
Firewood Firewood
Outdoor Washroom Outdoor Washrooms
Lac La Ronge Provincial Park
Campground Services Available
Reserve until Closed

Churchill River


    Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Courtenay Lake         Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Devil Lake       Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Dickens Lake         Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Giekle River         Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Hidden Bay         Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Leaf Rapids       Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Little Deer       Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
MacKay       Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Missinipe Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Nemeiben Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Norvil Olsen         Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Nut Point Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Sand Beach       Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Sawmill Bay   Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Wadin Bay Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Makwa Lake Provincial Park
Service Centre Service Centre
Power Power
Water Water
Firewood Firewood
Outdoor Washroom Outdoor Washrooms
Makwa Lake Provincial Park
Campground Services Available - after Sept 6
Reserve online until Closed

Jumbo Beach

Service Centre Power Wateruntil 
 Sept14
Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 11
Little Jumbo Service Centre Power Wateruntil 
 Sept14
Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6
September 11

Mewasin


Power Water until
 Sept14

Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6
Until it snows

Stabler Point

Service Centre Power Wateruntil 
 Sept14
Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6
September 11
Meadow Lake Provincial Park
Service Centre Service Centre
Power Power
Water Water
Firewood Firewood
Outdoor Washroom Outdoor Washrooms
Meadow Lake Provincial Park
Campground Services Available
Reserve until Closed
Greig Lake Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 N/A - limited services after September 30
Kimball Lake Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Matheson Lake   Power   Firewood Outdoor Washroom FCFS October 31
Mistohay Lake       Firewood Outdoor Washroom FCFS October 31
Murray Doell Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
North Flotten       Firewood Outdoor Washroom FCFS October 31
Sandy Beach Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
South Flotten       Firewood Outdoor Washroom FCFS October 31
Waterhen   Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom FCFS N/A - no water after September 30 
Moose Mountain Provincial Park
Service Centre Service Centre
Power Power
Water Water
Firewood Firewood
Outdoor Washroom Outdoor Washrooms
Moose Mountain Provincial Park
Campground Services Available
Reserve until Closed

Fish Creek

Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Lynwood Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Narrow Hills Provincial Park
Service Centre Service Centre
Power Power
Water Water
Firewood Firewood
Outdoor Washroom Outdoor Washrooms
Narrow Hills Provincial Park
Campground Services Available Reserve until Closed

Baldy Lake

      Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Ispuchaw       Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Lower Fishing Lake Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Zeden       Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Pike Lake Provincial Park
Service Centre Service Centre
Power Power
Water Water
Firewood Firewood
Outdoor Washroom Outdoor Washrooms
Pike Lake Provincial Park
Campground Services Available
Reserve until Closed for the season

Campground A

Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Campground B Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Campground C Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30
October 1
Rowan’s Ravine Provincial Park
Service Centre Service Centre
Power Power
Water Water
Firewood Firewood
Outdoor Washroom Outdoor Washrooms
Rowan’s Ravine Provincial Park
Campground Services Available
Reserve until Closed

Elmwood

Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30
October 1
Underwood
Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30
October 1
Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park
Service Centre Service Centre
Power Power
Water Water
Firewood Firewood
Outdoor Washroom Outdoor Washrooms
Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park
Campground Services Available
Reserve until Closed

Bearpaw A

Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Bearpaw B (sites 137-172) Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Bison Hollow Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Equestrian Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Nighthawk Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Priarie Meadow Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Riverside Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
Sagebrush Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 30 October 1
The Battlefords Provincial Park
Service Centre Service Centre
Power Power
Water Water
Firewood Firewood
Outdoor Washroom Outdoor Washrooms
The Battlefords Provincial Park
Campground Services Available
Reserve until Closed

Aspen

Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Centre Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Maple Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
North Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 20 September 21
Poplar Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
South Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7
Willow Service Centre Power Water Firewood Outdoor Washroom September 6 September 7

 

Winter

See the following individual park pages for off-season camping details - or see this Off-season Camping Document (current to Oct 31/20) for all parks and details. 

 Parks offering winter camping (*Always contact the park before leaving as weather and other conditions may change their availability)

Provincial Park / Rec Site Contact info
Blackstrap

West Block Wilderness Area

First come, first served
Non-electric
Park Pass required - Camping fees apply
Some service available

For more information: 306-662-5489 

Taylor Lake

Taylor Lake Provincial Campground

Non-electric
Outdoor toilets
Picnic shelters and fire pits available
No camping fees

For more information: 306-236-7688

Clarence-Steepbank Lakes

Rustic amenities
Primitive campsites
Barbecues and picnic tables
No other services or facilities available
Park Pass required - No camping fees

For more information, please call 306-929-8406

Buffalo Pound
 buffalopound@gov.sk.ca
Cypress Hills
 306-662-5411
Danielson
 306-854-6266
Douglas
306-854-6266
Echo Valley
306-332-3215
Meadow Lake
306-236-7680
or email: MeadowLake@gov.sk.ca
Narrow Hills
306-426-2622
Pike Lake
306-933-6966

What are the prices?

Offseason Camping Fees
Campsite 
Classification
Campsite Park Entry Permit Reservation
nightly required year round non-refundable
spring  fall / winter
Fully serviced  $42 TBD Daily $10  Call Centre $14
Electric   $27 TBD  Weekly  $40 Online $12
Non-electric $15 TBD Annual  $75
Economy  $13 TBD SK Seniors  Free
Camp-Easy $65 TBD  Full payment is due
at the time of booking.
Mongolian Yurt $110 TBD
 Reduced Services -$4/night discount  
Spring Shoulder Season: Thursday of May long weekend - June 23rd inclusive

booking/reservation + park permit + campsite = total fee

*** Sample Calculation ***
Item Charge
Online booking $12
One week park permit $40
One week - electric site (7 x $27) $189
Total fee = $241
Full payment is due at the time of booking.
Park entry (Park Permit) is charged on a per vehicle basis and must be paid for and displayed in order to access any Saskatchewan Provincial Park. A Park Permit purchased at one Saskatchewan Provincial Park is valid at all Saskatchewan Provincial Parks.
One Day Park Entry Permit
Fee Conditions Availability 

$10 

  • Valid from time of arrival to 2 pm the following day.
  • Not transferable between vehicles.
  •  At any park entry gate*
Weekly Park Entry Permit
Fee Conditions Availability 

$40 

  • Valid from time of arrival until 2 pm on the last day (7 days later).
    Example: Weekly pass purchased on July 1 is valid until July 8 at 2 pm.
  • Not transferable between vehicles.
  • At any park entry gate*
  • Online when reservation is made
  • Pass will be printed upon check-in at the park.
Annual Park Entry Permit 
4 Season Parks Fee Conditions Availability 

$75 

  • May be transferred between vehicles.
  • Valid in any Saskatchewan Provincial Park until April 30 of each year.
  • No refunds once issued.
  • Lost, stolen, or damaged passes will not be refunded or replaced.
  • At any park entry gate*
  • Online when reservations made 2 weeks before the day of arrival.
    • Permits are automatically mailed out to the mail address on file.
  • At CAA offices in Saskatchewan
Note: Annual Park Entry Permits are valid from April 1 through March 31 the following year; however, can be used as a courtesy entry permit until April 30 or until the current year annual permits are available in the parks.
Saskatchewan Seniors Park Entry Permit 
Fee Conditions Availability 

FREE

  • Age 65 or older, or turning 65 anytime during the current year.
  • Must provide valid Saskatchewan ID.
  •  At any park entry gate*

Need to know a bit more?

Campsite Classification
Full Service Electric Non-Electric  Economy
- Defined campsite
- Electricity, water, sewer
- Access to service centre (showers)
- Standard spacing
- Campsite furniture, firewood
- Defined campsite
- Electricity, water
- Access to service centre (showers)
- Standard spacing
- Campsite furniture, firewood
- Defined campsite
- No electricity, water
- Access to service centre (showers)
- Standard spacing

Non-Electric campsite without one or more of the following:
- Access to service centre (more than 10 min drive)
- Standard spacing
- Campsite furniture, firewood and water

 

Accessible / 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

 

How to Reserve

Are your plans all set?? ready 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! 

**********NOTE: Reservation system will not be live until April 2021**********

Reserve Online  (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. 

      Visa / MasterCard accepted

    or reserve using our Call Centre (7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. CST 7 days a week): 1-833-7SKPARK (1-833-775-7275)

SaskParks Rules and Regulations

Saskatchewan Provincial Parks Reservation Service Terms of Use

Saskatchewan Provincial Parks Reservation Service Terms of Use The Saskatchewan Provincial Parks (“Sask Parks”) Reservation Service is an online reservation website administered by the Parks Division of the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport on behalf of the Government of Saskatchewan. The service allows you to view, reserve, manage and purchase eligible goods and services at Saskatchewan provincial parks, including campground reservations and walk-ins upon availability, park passes, and services operated solely by the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport.

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In providing information on the Reservation Service, every possible effort is made to keep the content accurate and current. However, we make no claims, guarantees or promises about the accuracy, currency, or completeness of the information provided and are not responsible for any errors or omissions, or for results obtained from the use of the information. We will make an effort to correct errors brought to our attention. Distribution of the information does not constitute any warranty. The user assumes the risk of verifying any materials used or relied on.

Privacy

The Sask Parks Reservation Service does not automatically gather personal information about you. We will only collect this type of information if you voluntarily supply it. If you provide us your personal information, it will only be used or disclosed for the purposes for which it was collected or, in limited circumstances, in accordance with The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

As you navigate the reservation service website, you may see links to external websites not owned or controlled by the Government of Saskatchewan, including social media platforms. Links to external websites do not imply any official Government of Saskatchewan endorsement of the opinions or ideas expressed therein, or guarantee the validity of the information provided. When visiting these external websites, you are subject to different privacy policies and terms of service of the respective external website. We strongly suggest that you read the site policies, including the privacy policies, for any external website that you visit through a link appearing on the Sask Parks Reservation Service.

We have implemented commercially reasonable precautions, including, where appropriate, password protection, encryption, and secure socket layering to protect the service and the information we collect from loss, misuse and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, and destruction. Credit card information is collected through a secure connection to process payments and complete reservations in real-time. Your credit card number is not stored within the reservation service database.

You should take steps to protect against unauthorized access to your password, computer, and web-enabled devices, among other things, by signing off after using a shared computer, inserting a password on your web-enabled device, choosing a password that nobody else knows or can easily guess, keeping your password private, and periodically changing your password. You should never share your log-in information with others. We are not responsible for any lost, stolen or compromised passwords, or for any activity on your account via unauthorized password activity.

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The information and images contained on this website are the property of the Government of Saskatchewan and used with permission of the legal owners. Information contained on this site is intended for private, non-commercial use only. You must contact us for permission if you want to:

  • Reproduce or use information or images contained on this website;
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Contact Us

If you have any questions, comments or seeking written permissions, email parks.info@gov.sk.ca or write to:

Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport
Parks Division – Visitor Experiences Branch
3211 Albert Street, 1st Floor
Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 5W6
CANADA

Park Entry

All park visitors must possess and display a valid Park Entry Permit within Saskatchewan Provincial Park boundary. There is a variety of passes available depending on how many days in the year you plan to visit our parks. Many parks offer activities and events year round - and some also offer year round camping - don't limit yourself, chose the pass that fits your needs.

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Type

Availability

Terms
Daily
One day

At the park or when making a reservation.

FREE for Saskatchewan residents 65 or older
(or turning 65 anytime during the current year) - with ID.

Non-transferable

If lost or stolen will not be refunded or replaced

Weekly
One week

At the park or when making a reservation.

FREE for Saskatchewan residents 65 or older
(or turning 65 anytime during the current year) - with ID.

Non-transferable

If lost or stolen will not be refunded or replaced

Annual
One year

At the park or when making a reservation
(mailed out if purchased more than 14 days before stay)

Also available at participating CAA offices

Transferable

No refunds once issued.

 


At the Park

Camping Permit / Reservation: Upon arrival at the park, campers will be required to confirm they are the Camping Permit / reservation holder on the reservation in order to be permitted into the site to ensure the correct person is checking in. Check-in: 2 pm | Check-out: 12 noon (Camping unit and personal property must be removed by noon on departure date) 24 hours a day is quiet time, violators will be charged

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All camping units and campsites must be maintained so as not to detract from the park setting. Due to campsite size, length restrictions may apply. All camping units and equipment must be contained within the campsite.

  • Camping Permit holders shall maintain the campsite and camping unit in a condition acceptable to the Park Manager or designate.
  • Camping Permit holders shall not rent, sell, sublet, assign or otherwise transfer their reserved campsite.

At the Campsite

  • Limit of one (1) "Camping Unit" on each campsite

What is a Camping Unit?

  • Tent, tent-trailer, camper, camper-truck/van, camping trailer or motor-home (no mobile homes or bunkhouse trailers)
  • One (1) additional small tent for dependent children and one (1) screened tent are also permitted (if campsite size permits)
  • Additional small tents for dependent children may be allowed at the discretion of the Park Manager
  • Camping unit must be on campsite within one hour of receiving a Camping Permit
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All camping units and vehicles must be legally registered and display current/valid license plate

A limit of six (6) people per campsite is allowed for non-immediate family members. “Immediate family” is defined as a parent(s) and children 18 years of age and under, or an adult acting in a guardianship role in the absence of parent(s) for children aged 18 years and under. 

Lights: Maximum of 12 CSA-approved patio lights (one string) or one (1) section of rope lights per campsite

Major appliances must be contained within the camping unit. 

Tarps are permitted as long as they do not create safety concerns within the campground (max 400 sq. ft. / 37.16 m2)

Vehicles: Maximum of two (2) vehicles and one (1) watercraft at each campsite at any time providing the site can accommodate.

  • All vehicles must display a valid Park Pass (link to park pass)
  • All vehicles must be parked on defined campsite parking pads, roadways and parking lots
  • Visitors park in designated visitor parking areas where available

Self-contained propane/gas barbeques, fire pits and heating devices, must be CSA approval, and should be set up on level bare soil or gravel/sand clear of vegetation.

Propane or other non-wood burning portable barbecues are acceptable for cooking purposes

Generators: Permitted (intermittently) in campgrounds without electricity

  • Between 9:00 am and 11:00 pm
  • Must be turned off when the campsite is unattended

Waste: Dispose of solid waste and waste water in provided sewage system or receptacle

Decks: Removable ground level decks/landings will be permitted upon approval of the park supervisor or designate. (max 80 sq. ft. / 7.43 m2).

Park users may not remove any sign, facility, turf, rock or the whole or part of any flower, plant, shrub or tree


Seasonal or Long-term Camping

Where offered, the seasonal camping program is available from May long weekend until September 30th, with services and amenities available from the May long weekend until the September long weekend. In some parks, reduced services may be in effect between the September long weekend* and September 30th and in some cases you may be required to move campsites. If there is a shortened operating season or capital project planned, you may be required to vacate the park. *Always check with your park prior to reserving for any changes to their seasonal camping dates

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  • The park administration office must be notified if the camping unit is going to be removed from the seasonal campsite for any time period.
  • The park reserves the right to assign the campsite to another camper for the vacated period. Notice of 24 hours is required when returning to a seasonal campsite.
  • All camping units must be movable upon 24 hours notice. At the end of the season, the camping unit must be removed from the campsite.
  • Winter trailer storage is available at some locations.

When vacating the campsite at the end of the season, the permittee must remove all personal property and restore the campsite to its original condition. If the campsite is not restored to its original condition, the ministry reserves the right to restore the campsite and charge the associated costs for restoration of the campsite. Failure to comply with the above conditions and Parks Act and Regulations may result in eviction and/or loss of the seasonal campsite for the season, or in following seasons.


Campfires

Campfires are only permitted in park supplied fire pits and/or barbecues

  • Firewood provided at no cost
  • Keep camp fires small - forest and grass fires are always a risk
  • IT IS AN OFFENCE to remove any firewood from provincial parks

Alcohol / Recreational Cannabis

Alcoholic beverages and cannabis may be consumed in the Camping Permit holder’s camping unit, and on their assigned campsite, in accordance with the Cannabis Control (Saskatchewan) Act  and The Alcohol and Gaming Regulations Act, 1997, Section 107 (1) per 139(1), except during times when an alcohol or cannabis ban is in effect.


Birds and Wildlife

No bird feeders are permitted in parks

Respect wildlife and keep foods securely stored and your campsite clear of items that may attract wild life


Drones

Drone use in Provincial Parks are subject to the Saskatchewan Parks Act Regulation and Transport Canada’s Canadian Aviation Regulations. Provincial Park Regulations prohibit drone pilots from disturbing and harassing wildlife; and from annoying or disturbing people.  

Flight Rules requires pilots to maintain at least 30 meters (100 feet) horizontal distance from any person and at all altitudes. For provincial parks, the Flight Rules will result in drone pilots being unable to fly drones in campgrounds; swimming areas; beaches; and playgrounds in use.

Please contact the park office for areas within the park that are compatible for drone use.

Check-in Options

Arriving during regular operating hours

Check-in is pretty standard at our parks during regular hours, but if you arriving after hours or during the off - season, things can be a bit different.

  • If you made a reservation and have an Annual Park Entry Permit, you can proceed directly to your campsite. You will be automatically checked in.
    • Park entry fees (Park Entry Permit) are charged in addition to camping fees. If you have not prepaid for a Park Entry Permit with your campsite reservation, you will be required to purchase entry upon arrival at the park.
  • If you have pre-paid for stand-alone daily or weekly entry permit, you will be required to stop at the entry gate to collect the entry permit.
  • In parks where there is no entry gate, you can proceed to a self-registration station to pay for entry and/or camping..
Arriving After Hours

With a reservation and Park Entry Permit

  • If you are arriving to our campground after hours, and have a reservation and an Annual Park Entry Permit, you can proceed directly to your campsite. You will be automatically checked in.

Without a reservation and/or Park Entry Permit

  • If you are arriving to our campground after hours, you can proceed to a self-registration station to pay for entry and/or camping or proceed to the entry gate the following day to make payment.
  • In parks where there is no entry gate or the entry gate is unattended, you can proceed to a self-registration station to pay for your entry and/or camping..
Off-season Check-in

In parks where there is no entry gate or the entry gate is unattended, you can proceed to a self-registration station to pay for your entry and/or camping.

Did something come up? Need to change something?

Nightly, Equestrian and Camp-Easy Camping Change or Cancellation Penalties
Change and /
or Cancellation
Before midnight CST the day reservation was created More than 48 hours prior to 2 pm CST of scheduled arrival date   Less than 48 hours prior to 2 pm CST of scheduled arrival date After 2 pm CST on scheduled arrival date  NO-SHOW
After 2 pm CST on second day of reservation  

Change to reservation dates

Example: 

  • Changing reservation to arrive on a different date
  • Shortening your stay
Forfeit of reservation fee  $15  $15 Forfeit one night of camping fees  Not applicable

Change to permit holder or site

Example: 

  • Changing the name on the reservation
  • Changing the campsite within the same park
Forfeit of reservation fee  $15  $15  $15  Not applicable

Change to party size, equipment or adding nights to stay

Example:

  • Changing your camping party size
  • Changing the equipment that will be in your site
  • Adding nights to your reservation
Forfeit of reservation fee  Applicable camping fee applies  Not applicable

Cancel

Example:

  • Cancelling your reservation prior to arrival or after your scheduled arrival date
Forfeit of reservation fee  $15 Forfeit one night of camping fees Forfeit camping fees up to a maximum of four nights Considered no-show and automatically cancelled by park. Forfeit camping fees up to a maximum of four nights

Leaving campsite early

Example:

  • Choosing to leave the park early, after you have been permitted into the park
Not applicable  Not applicable  Not applicable Forfeit camping fees up to a maximum of four nights Considered no-show and automatically cancelled by park. Forfeit camping fees up to a maximum of four nights