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Saskatchewan Provincial Parks Announce Dates for 2018 Nightly Campsite Reservation Launch

Released on January 2, 2018

The Government of Saskatchewan is encouraging campers to start planning for the 2018 camping season.  On Monday, April 9, campers will be able to begin booking sites in their favourite provincial parks. 

“Saskatchewan’s provincial parks offer outdoor fun and relaxation,” Parks, Culture and Sport Minister Gene Makowsky said.  “These provincial treasures contribute to the enviable quality of life we enjoy, while preserving that same gift for future generations.”


SaskParks has been testing and fine-tuning the online Saskatchewan provincial park registration system, getting it ready for the rush of 2018 bookings.  As has been the process for several years now, campsite reservations will be staggered.  Starting Monday, April 9, registration launch will take place over 12 days.  Go to www.saskparks.com to familiarize yourself with the process in advance of these dates.

Registration Opens

Provincial Parks Open for Registration

Monday, April 9

Blackstrap, Pike Lake

Tuesday, April 10

Buffalo Pound, Douglas, Danielson

Wednesday, April 11

Echo Valley, Rowan’s Ravine

Thursday, April 12

Duck Mountain, Good Spirit Lake, Greenwater Lake

Friday, April 13

Crooked Lake, Moose Mountain

Monday, April 16

Cypress Hills

Tuesday, April 17

Saskatchewan Landing, The Battlefords

Wednesday, April 18

Meadow Lake

Thursday, April, 19

Bronson Forest, Lac La Ronge, Makwa Lake

Friday, April 20

Candle Lake, Great Blue Heron, Narrow Hills


Campers interested in a seasonal site are reminded that starting tomorrow, January 3, they can apply for seasonal summer campsites for the 2018 season.  Seasonal campsites are in high demand and are allocated via a lottery system.  The deadline to submit completed applications is Thursday, February 1,  and the draw to award campsites will take place on Monday, February 5.  Successful applicants will be contacted by phone or email.

Park program planning is well underway in preparation for the 2018 camping season.  Follow SaskParks on Facebook to stay up to date with events and to learn more about winter and summer activities available in parks throughout the province.

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For more information, contact:

Jill Sveinson
Parks, Culture and Sport
Regina
Phone: 306-787-5781
Email: jill.sveinson@gov.sk.ca

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