Planning to visit SaskatchewanProvincial Parks in 2019? Then you will have to pay a bit more!
Vehicle Park Entry Permit
Three-day pass is discontinued for 2019.
Nightly Camping Fees
- Nightly full service and electric sites will increase by $2.
Full Service: $42.00
Mongolian Yurt: $110.00
Other changes coming in 2019:
- Seasonal sites will increase to $2,600 (electric), $1,400 (non-electric) and $1,100 (economy)
- Daily entry (fees remains at $10.00) and non-electric camping rates are not changing.
- For the first time, there will be a significant discount of $5 per night in the spring season for electric, non-electric and economy sites.
Saskatchewan Provincial Parks’ Nightly Reservations 2019
Nightly reservations for 2019 campsites will open at 7 a.m. from Monday, April 8 to Thursday, April 18, 2019.
Staggered launch dates and a queuing system will be implemented again in 2019 to help provide the best user experience possible during reservations.
- Monday, April 8: Blackstrap and Pike Lake
- Wednesday, April 10: Meadow Lake
- Thursday, April 11: Saskatchewan Landing and The Battlefords
- Friday, April 12: Buffalo Pound, Douglas and Danielson
- Monday, April 15: Echo Valley, Rowan’s Ravine, Makwa Lake, Bronson Forest and Lac La Ronge
- Tuesday, April 16: Cypress Hills
- Wednesday, April 17: Duck Mountain, Good Spirit and Greenwater
- Thursday, April 18: Moose Mountain, Crooked Lake, Great Blue Heron, Narrow Hills and Candle Lake
You can start booking online from Tuesday, April 2, 2019 at 7 a.m. CST.
Another feature introduction this year is that one can reserve specific picnic shelters in advance using the Campsite Reservation Service beginning on Thursday, April 4, 2019 at 7 a.m. CST at select provincial parks only.
In 2019, seasonal campsites will be moved to the online reservation system. Due to high demand for seasonal sites, a queuing system will be used to ensure a fair process.
For seasonal campsites, customers will only be able to book for one person in one campsite with one payment. Reservations for seasonal campsites will open Tuesday, April 2 at 7 a.m.
Group campsites will also be added to the online reservation system this year. Starting on Thursday, April 4, sites can be booked online year-round or through the call centre up until October. School and youth groups will continue to book by calling the parks directly. Campers should note that fees for reservation cancellations, changes and no-shows will increase for nightly, group and seasonal bookings.
Dates to remember: Reservations open April 2 for seasonal sites, April 4 for group camping sites, and April 8 to 18 for nightly sites.
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