Saskatchewan Parks 2015 Reservations Open March 2nd

Saskatchewan Parks 2015 Reservations Open March 2nd

Saskatchewan Parks will be accepting reservations to their campgrounds in a staggered release this week...

  • Monday, March 2: Blackstrap, Pike Lake 
  • Tuesday, March 3: Buffalo Pound, Danielson, Douglas 
  • Wednesday, March 4: Echo Valley, Rowan’s Ravine 
  • Thursday, March 5: Duck Mountain, Good Spirit Lake, Greenwater Lake 
  • Friday, March 6: Crooked Lake, Moose Mountain 
  • Saturday, March 7: Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park 
  • Sunday, March 8: The Battlefords, Saskatchewan Landing 
  • Monday, March 9: Meadow Lake 
  • Tuesday, March 10: Bronson Forest Recreation Site, Chitek Lake Recreation Site, Lac La Ronge, Makwa Lake 
  • Wednesday, March 11: Candle Lake, Great Blue Heron, Narrow Hills 
“Camping in Saskatchewan Provincial Parks is exceptionally popular,” Parks, Culture and Sport Minister Mark Docherty said.  “In fact, it is so popular that in past years the campsite reservation system hasn’t been able to keep up with demand. The experience of our visitors is very important to us, and we have made some important changes to our reservation system this year.” 

Although Saskatchewan Parks has had a staggered booking in the past, this year the launch will be spread out over more days than in the past (A suggestion made by campers, to reduce the demands placed on the booking system). There will also be a queuing system to allow SaskParks to manage how many people are accessing the reservation system at one given time. The queuing system will open at 6:40 a.m. each morning and you will be assigned a random number. Reservations open at 7:00 a.m. each day.

Plan ahead by creating a user account (if you don't already have one), reading their FAQ, checking out the fees, and looking through the campsites to plan for your next outing.

The Government of Saskatchewan recognizes the value and importance of Saskatchewan’s provincial parks and continues to invest in them.  The 2014-15 budget increased funding to provincial parks by 4.6 per cent and capital investments will total a record $14.9 million this year.