Things To Know

Tips, Tutorials and What's New for 2015

Visit our Reserve-a-Site page for information, including step-by-step tutorials on creating a user account, making a basic campsite reservation, updating user profiles, making a reservation in an accessible/barrier-free campsite and what's new for 2015.

 

Seasonal Camping 

The 2015 seasonal camping draw is now complete and campsites have been allocated.

 

Know B4UGO

You know should know this before you head out to a provincial park

 

As of
FEB 25
Moose Mountain Provincial Park

As winter approaches, trail conditions will be updated weekly.

FEB 20
Greenwater Lake Provincial Park

*Moose, Elk, Birch Trail north of Greenwater Lake, Fox and Coyote snowmobile trails were groomed February 20, 2015. Boundary and Birch Trails groomed Feb. 23, 2015 and Porcupine Trail groomed Feb. 26, 2015.  Birch Trail is closed at Church of God camp road through to the shelter due to flooded trail.   Thanks to the Porcupine Snowmobile Club the Deer and Stromberg Mill Trails were groomed earlier this week. 

*Cross-country ski trails are groomed and set as of February 10, 2015 and are in good condition except use caution on Hawkins Trail due to flood water.

*Toboggan Hill was groomed February 23, 2015 and is ready for use. Shelter and wood provided.

*The skating rink has been moved to the marina. Shelter and wood provided.

*This report will be updated every Thursday by 4:30pm.*

FEB 19
Lac La Ronge Provincial Park

The cross country ski trails in the park have been groomed recently and are ready to see some skiers.  Click for detailed information. 

FEB 19
Meadow Lake Provincial Park

Ski trails at Greig Lake are all freshly groomed and set as February 19, 2015. Happy Skiing!

FEB 10
Moose Mountain Provincial Park

The Moose Mountain Lions Club is hosting a Winter Carnival in Moose Mountain Provincial Park on February 21, 2015.

FEB 10
Moose Mountain Provincial Park

Enjoy the night sky and some outdoor activity with an evening cross-country ski along 3.2km of candlelit trail in Moose Mountain Provincial Park (just 1.5 hours northeast of Estevan).  Event is free of charge.   

FEB 10
Moose Mountain Provincial Park

The invoices for the 2014-15 cottage lease fees willl be delayed

FEB 10
Greenwater Lake Provincial Park

Poplar Ridge Campground is under construction and will not be available for reservation on our launch date of March 5, 2015.  An announcement will be made when the campground is ready and can be reserved.

Full Listing
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5 Days Until Launch!
Did you know that there is an easy way to find the campsite that is perfect for you? Simply use the \"Search Preferences\" under Step 4 to help you narrow your search.
Use this tool to help you identify campsites that have electrical service, sewer/water facilities, that are pull-through, are double sites or are part of our maximum stay program.
Remember - a maximum stay campsite cannot be booked for more than 14 nights at a time, and cannot be booked back-to-back by someone from the same household. If you're looking to stay longer than 14 nights, make sure to exclude maximum stay sites from your search.
Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Did you know? The 2015 campsite reservation launch is only one week away! Over the next week, we'll be posting a series of tips and tricks to help make your reservation experience go smoothly.
Today's tip: Make sure you bookmark https://saskparks.goingtocamp.com/ in your browser so that you are prepared for the morning of launch.
If you'd prefer to book over the phone, our call centre will also be taking reservations. The phone number is 1-855-737-7275 (from outside North America, call 1-519-826-6784). Hours of operation are 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. CST, 7 days a week. A $2.00 surcharge applies (in addition to the reservation fee) for call centre reservations.
Monday, February 23, 2015

For our 2015 reservation launch we have made some changes to help manage the demand for the system.
First, we listened to your feedback and have spread the launch over more days than in the past. This year, the reservation launch will take place over 10 days, from March 2 to 11, with different parks becoming available each day.

Secondly, we have added a queuing system to help us manage the demand for the reservation website during the launch period. Click through these photos to see what you can expect from the queueing system.
Thursday, February 19, 2015

Did you know? February 14-16 is Free Fishing Weekend!
Whether you plan to go ice fishing with your sweetheart on Valentine's Day or take your kids for a new experience on Family Day, Saskatchewan Provincial Parks are the place to be this weekend!
Check out the Ministry of Environment's website for more information.
Wednesday, February 11, 2015

We are SO excited to welcome Ashlyn George as the 2015 Saskatchewanderer!
Thursday, January 29, 2015

There are some beautiful cross-country ski trails at Douglas Provincial Park!
Monday, January 26, 2015

Hi Jackie, you can reserve for yourself and up to three other people/families at the same time. In order to do that, you will require each party's name, address, phone number and camping unit information. Each campsite will need to be paid for separately, but the same credit card may be used for each booking.
Tuesday, January 20, 2015