Prepare to Camp: Reservations for Saskatchewan Parks Go Live on April 3

Taslima Jamal

Attentional all campers! The wait is nearing its end. The public is reminded by Sask Parks that reservations for 2023 campsites will open on April 3 for seasonal campsites and April 4-12 for nightly campsites.

Parks, Culture, and Sport Minister Laura Ross stated, “With only a few days left before reservations open, it’s the perfect time for campers to set up their accounts online and check out all there is to offer in our parks this season.” “Campers can easily plan their trip by exploring exciting events and programming by location, saving their favorite sites, and exploring exciting events and programming by location.”

The following is the complete reservation schedule for 2023:

Seasonal campgrounds:

  • April 3: Seasonal campsites are available to be reserved for the entire season in parks across the system.

Nightly, Camp-Easy, equestrian, and group campsites, in addition to pavilions, swimming lessons, picnic shelters, and recreation centers:

  • April 4: Candle Lake, Good Spirit Lake, Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan Landing;
  • April 5: Break;
  • April 6: Douglas, Echo Valley, Makwa Lake, Narrow Hills, Pike Lake;
  • April 10: Danielson, Great Blue Heron, Greenwater Lake, Rowan’s Ravine, The Battlefords;
  • April 11: Buffalo Pound, Bronson Forest, Duck Mountain, Moose Mountain; and
  • April 12: Blackstrap, Crooked Lake, Cypress Hills, Lac La Ronge.

Each day, reservations open at 7 a.m. CST. Visit to book a campsite. Campers are reminded that there is a system for waiting in line. To be pushed through or placed in the queue to make a reservation, campers must refresh the page at 7 a.m. CST.

This year’s new

  • Sask Parks has a new events guide at for all interpretive programming, theme days, special events and summer cinema locations.
  • Sask Parks continues to offer more seasonal and Camp-Easy yurts across provincial parks due to popularity. New yurts are available for reservations at Pike Lake, Good Spirit Lake, and Greenwater Lake and a new yurt has replaced the old Camp-Easy tent at Crooked Lake.

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