|Monday, January 26, 2015|
Making Campground Reservations in Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan Campgrounds can be reserved by a few different ways.
Most of Saskatchewan’s Provincial Campgrounds can be reserved by using the Government of Saskatchewan’s Reserve-a-Site program. The application forms are available on line. Reservations are accepted beginning January 1 of each year.
Please note that this is not available for group camping sites. For group camping sites, you will need to contact the park of interest directly. Also, if there are requests to camp near another individual, both reservations requests should be submitted at the same time. The request will not be guaranteed.
Phone reservations for Provincial Parks will not be accepted at most locations until June. There are a few exceptions so please visit the Reserve-a-Site program for details.
Once your reservation request is made, you will receive an email advising that your request has been received. Approximately 14 days later, you will receive another email indicating if your request has been accepted. At that time, a deposit will be requested.
Should you need to cancel your reservation after this point, you can do so by phone or email. The amount of your refund will be determined by when your cancellation is received.
The Saskatchewan Provincial parks which are reservable by using the Reserve-a-Site program are listed below:
Good Spirit Lake
Lac La Ronge
Saskatchewan’s Private Campgrounds
There are hundreds of privately owned campgrounds in Saskatchewan. Each campground has a different reservation contact. To learn how to make a reservation for Saskatchewan’s private campgrounds, refer to our detailed campground pages to learn how to contact each individual campground.