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Find a Campground

With over 400 campgrounds to choose from, you are sure to find a spot to make your Saskatchewan camping experience a memorable one.  Finding your own spot to escape is easy. Check out a list of campgrounds near resort communities, RV parks, and back-country destinations. There are even options, in some of our provincial parks, for equestrian camping--for those who wish to camp with their horses and travel through the parks on horseback.

Seasonal camping

Camping isn't just for the summer season. If you want to camp in the fall or winter, you don't need to reserve your spot. Plus, you have the added bonus of having a more secluded park nearly all to yourself.

Learn more about Saskatchewan parks and seasonal camping.


Due to the popularity of camping in Saskatchewan during the spring and summer months, we ask that you book your provincial park campsite using our online campsite reservation system. The online reservation system is unavailable in the fall and winter months, but is available to accept reservations in March every year.

Camping services and fees

The services available and the cost of camping varies by park. A difference in fee structures also exists for those who wish to camp by tent or RV.

Learn more about the types of Saskatchewan campgrounds, their services, hours of operation, contact details, and fees.


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