Camping in Saskatchewan

Campers can explore 588,244 square kilometers of Boreal Forest, Canadian Shield, and Great Plains when they visit “The Land of the Living Skies”. Saskatchewan is abundant in lakes and water activities, stargazing in dark night skies, and rich First Nations’ history and culture. Notable Saskatchewan parks include the ecologically diverse Grasslands National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site Wanuskewin Heritage Park, and historic Riding Mountain National Park.

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Prince Albert National Park

Prince Albert is the third-largest city in Saskatchewan, Canada, after Saskatoon and Regina. It is situated near the centre of the province on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River. The city is known as the "Gateway to the North" because it is the last major centre along the route to the resources of northern Saskatchewan. Prince Albert National Park is located 51 km (32 mi) north of the ci...

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Blackstrap Provincial Park

Blackstrap Provincial Park is a provincial park in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan in the RM of Dundurn No. 314. Prior to the park's establishment in 1986, it was a provincial recreation site. The park runs along the eastern shore of Blackstrap Lake and consists of a conservation area, campground, beaches, Mount Blackstrap, cross country ski trails, biking and hiking trails, and several p...

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Candle Lake Provincial Park

Candle Lake is a reservoir in the central part of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan in the boreal forest, approximately 80 kilometres (50 mi) north-east of Prince Albert. A dam completed in 1979 at the southern end of the lake regulates water levels; several small creeks feed into the lake and Torch River flows out of the lake at the dam. Candle Lake Provincial Park surrounds most of the la...

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Echo Valley Provincial Park

Echo Valley Provincial Park is a provincial park in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, located west of the town of Fort Qu'Appelle in the Qu'Appelle Valley between Echo Lake and Pasqua Lake in the RM of North Qu'Appelle No. 187. The three main roads to access the park are Highways 210, 56, and 727. Echo Valley Provincial Park is situated on the southern shores and the isthmus between Echo a...

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Good Spirit Lake Provincial Park

Good Spirit Lake is a lake on the eastern side of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It is a shallow lake notable for its naturally sandy beaches, parks, and sand dunes. One of Saskatchewan's six founding provincial parks, Good Spirit Lake Provincial Park, surrounds the western and southern shores of the lake. The lake is in the RM of Good Lake No. 274 and Yorkton, 48 kilometres (30 mi) to ...

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Grasslands National Park

Grasslands National Park is a Canadian national park located near the village of Val Marie, Saskatchewan, and one of 44 national parks and park reserves in Canada's national park system (though one of only two in Saskatchewan itself). This national park is north of the U.S. state of Montana and lies adjacent to the international boundary. It consists of two separate parcels, the East Block and ...

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Bronson Forest Recreation Site

Bronson Forest Recreation Site is a provincial recreation area in the west-central region of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. The park covers 15,240 ha (37,700 acres) of the Bronson Forest in the Rural Municipality of Loon Lake No. 561. It encompasses the headwaters of the Monnery River and straddles the divide between the North Saskatchewan River and Beaver River. There are campgrounds, ...

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Buffalo Pound Provincial Park

Buffalo Pound Provincial Park is in southern Saskatchewan, Canada, about 30 kilometres (19 mi) north-east of Moose Jaw and 86 kilometres (53 mi) north-west of the city of Regina. Access to the provincial park is from Highways 301 and 202. The park centres on Buffalo Pound Lake, a prairie lake formed from glaciation about 10,000 years ago. Seasonal recreation activities include swimming (two pub...

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