Camping in Saskatchewan

Find unique outdoor stays among the windswept prairies and dense forests of Saskatchewan.

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Hidden Haven

1 site · Lodging120 acres · Swift Current, Division No. 8
We are located right outside the Swift Current city limits. Hidden away from the highway, you will spot our tiny house once you drive over the hill. Located in the privacy of coulees on the 120 acres, in view of the city, you can drive right up to the front door of our tiny house. This quaint haven sleeps up to 4 people with a queen-size bed and 2 twins. It is off-grid, with a wood-burning stove, and solar lights. We do provide a generator to allow for instant hot water shower, electricity and power to run a hot plate or toaster. Your rental comes with clean sheets and towel, dry firewood, coffee and tea and 4 bottles of drinking water (please pack in more if you need more). This tiny house is a passion project for my husband, myself and our 3 daughters. We hope you have as much fun exploring, playing and making memories on this land as we do.
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Sturgeon River Ranch

5 sites · Tents900 acres · Prince Albert, Division No. 16
Our 900 acre paradise is in the beautiful Sturgeon River Valley overlooking the Prince Albert National Park. We have over 30 saddle horses that we take clients horseback riding with throughout the park In search of the multitudes of wildlife including canadas only totally free ranging herd of plains bison within their historic habitat. We strongly recommend coming for a ride, canoeing the river, and enjoy the horses running around near the site in the evening. We also have backcountry trips on a remote fishing lake. Pick berries, watch birds, beavers and otters in the river in the evening
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Black Poplar Farm

1 site · RV, Tent80 acres · Saskatoon, Division No. 15
Locatd 35 km from the North End of Saskatoon, about 20 minutes driving on Highway 11 North. There are 2 sites to set up a trailer or tents. Electrical and water hookups are available. Private and trees for shade in 2 of the sites. Multiple places for tents, we do not have an outdoor toilet facility yet. Enjoy your morning coffee listening to the birds singing and watching our horses graze. We have Paddocks with shelters if you are travelling with your own horses. Fresh Farm eggs for breakfast (when available). Stroll through the garden and pick some tomatoes for lunch. Sit around a warm campfire in the evening and bask in a stunning Saskatchewan sunset. Bring your kids, your dog or your horses. We can accommodate all. Campfires are permitted as long as there is no fire ban. We have 2 campsites available for tent or RV campers. If you’re bringing an RV, we can accommodate vehicles up to 45ft in length and the site is flat. Electrical and water hookups are available. Private and trees for shade in 1 of the sites. Multiple places for tents, we do not have an outdoor toilet facility yet.  Enjoy your morning coffee listening to the birds singing and watching our horses graze. We have Paddocks with shelters if you are travelling with your own horses. Fresh Farm eggs for breakfast (when available). Stroll through the garden and pick some tomatoes for lunch. Sit around a warm campfire in the evening and bask in a stunning Saskatchewan sunset. Bring your kids, your dog or your horses. We can accommodate all. Campfires are permitted as long as there is no fire ban.
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8 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Fenwood, Division No. 5
Learn more about this land:Bring your own tents, trailers, or RVs.If you're bringing an RV, the site requires levelling and can accommodate vehicles up to 100ft in length. Electrical, water and sewage hookups are all available. Mini golf, horseshoe, bikes, an above-ground pool, and other games.The property is located in a small village of 50 people surrounded by farmland.Amenities include an outdoor toilet and picnic table.Pets are welcome and campfires are permitted.
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Prairie Grove Homestead

1 site · RV, Tent13 acres · Division No. 1
Come nestle yourself away on grassy, prairie terrain. Enjoy a tree shelter for privacy and shade, and an open landscape to view Saskatchewan's living skies! You may even catch a peek of a doe and her fawn, or a fox walking through the field - or observe a farmer hard at work. If you're bringing an RV, the site requires levelling and can accommodate vehicles up to 40 ft in length. Closest fill and dump station in Carlyle, SK. at Lion's Park & Campground. New in 2023!! Yurt, by request when booking (no short notice/upon arrival request), outhouse with RV style toilet, propane heated - privacy, outdoor, fenced in shower, hand washing station, picnic table , binzebo and swing. Pets are welcome and campfires are permitted! This campsite offers complete privacy and space to unplug from the rush of city life, yet it is very close to local amenities, Moose Mountain Provincial Park, and only 2 hours from Regina, Saskatchewan.
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The Dale - Airstream Glamping

1 site · Lodging3 acres · Furdale, Division No. 11
Learn more about this land: Join us at The Dale for an Airstream glamping experience, located two minutes outside Saskatoon, SK. Enjoy a wanderlust and peaceful evening away to relax and unwind. Dine al fresco on our wooden patio with stunning views of the prairie landscape while watching the sunset. End your night with s’mores and cozy up by the propane fireplace. To complete your stay, we offer a local food and drink menu to preorder from. Our 2011 25ft Airstream Flying Cloud nicknamed LOKKA (Pronounced Lowka) is located on 5 acres of quiet and peaceful space in the beautiful hamlet of Furdale - minutes outside of Saskatoon. You'll be surrounded by lush trees and complete privacy. A deck with patio lights is probably where you'll spend most of your time. Outdoor amenities include a patio set, propane fireplace and grill. Inside the Airstream, amenities include a refrigerator with freezer, microwave convection oven, gas stovetop, a Starbucks Verismo coffee machine (pods provided), cutlery, pots, pans, kettle, bathroom with sink and toilet, separate shower space, toiletries, sheets and towels. Sleeping arrangements include a queen bed at the rear of the Airstream, a slide-out double bed mid-cabin, and a dinette upfront that converts into another double bed. Please let us know prior to your arrival if you would like the slide-out or dinette converted to a bed. Maximum of 2 adults and 3 children allowed. Feel free to bring your own food and drinks, but don't forget to look at our local food menu to make for an easy night away. Please note that smoking is not allowed inside the Airstream. With regards to COVID-19, we are taking extra steps to ensure proper hygiene and cleanliness of the Airstream. Our goal is to make your stay as safe as possible. However, if you do not feel well or have been exposed to COVID-19, please stay home. We also ask that you please do not bring any additional guests to the property as we are following the Covid guidelines. This is a strict policy and we appreciate your cooperation. We look forward to hosting you!
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McDermit Ranch Campsite

2 sites · RVs, Tents320 acres · Regina, Division No. 6
McDermit Ranch is a 320 acre working sheep ranch, just 40 minutes north of Regina, Saskatchewan. Open year-round, it has wide open spaces in large pastures and hay fields. There are several aspen and willow bushes to camp beside. Depending on the time of year, you might see the sheep flock graze past your campsite, followed by two big white sheep guardian dogs that live with and protect them! We allow campers to have dogs on a leash in the pastures where the sheep are not grazing. The sunrises and sunsets we get here are often stunning! We offer 20-30 minute guided tours of the ranch, where you can get up close and personal with cute Dorset lambs in the spring. If you come on shearing day (usually the first Saturday in May), you can watch the professional shearers skillfully and gently remove the fleeces off the sheep. Some extras we offer, are lamb chops, sausage and fresh eggs to cook at your campsite or take home with you. We are just 20 to 50 minutes away from several beautiful hiking trails and lakes. Plus, our local town of Southey, six miles away, has a great free spray park for the kids. There is also a nice new Co-op grocery store, gas station/C-store, Subway and two restaurants there.
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Stranraer National

2 sites · RVs, Tents480 acres · Kindersley, Division No. 12
Learn more about this land:Just an old family farm that is being converted to a golf course over time. There is a slough and a artesian well. Please keep all vehicles off of seeded areas and avoid travel on the golf fairways, other than that you are free to enjoy the rest of the property.
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K and K Acres

3 sites · RVs22 acres · Saskatoon, Division No. 10
This is a peaceful property that is the perfect setting for some rest and time away. There is a 5 acre pond that hosts an impressive amount of birds, as well as mature trees and space to walk and explore. Depending on the season, we usually have garden produce and fresh eggs for sale, and there may be some fruit that is waiting to be picked from our trees. Muenster is 8km away with a grocery store and bar/restaurant, and Humboldt is 15 minutes away with all amenities. Humboldt Lake is also nearby for swimming, kayaking, and sitting on the beach. NOTE: We have two working dogs on our property that guard our birds and other animals from predators. They are very friendly and pose no threat to humans, but you should know that they are active during the night and you may hear them barking.
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Art Space by Lake Manitou

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Saskatoon, Division No. 11
My guest cottage is right across from the beach and tennis courts with a beautiful park in between complete with playground and barbque pits and shelter My rooms are set up for art making and inspiration including a gorgeous quiet outdoor space and cabana. There is a cozy hide a bed in the guest house, with a new private bathroom and work or camp kitchen steps away, and an outdoor shower!
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Relaxing Cabin on the Torch River

1 site · Lodging50 acres · Prince Albert, Division No. 14
Immerse yourself in nature and relax with the whole family at a peaceful cabin on the river! The cabin sleeps 4 people. One RV spot for additional guests includes power and water. Cabin equipped with reverse osmosis for the best water quality. The property is dog friendly! Firewood friendly. At certain times of the year fresh vegetables are available from the garden on site. Wild foraging , kayaking, and canoeing guided tours available with your host Ben.
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Lavender and Lilac Ranch

1 site · RV3 acres · Kamloops, Division No. 4
3 acres on a lovely semi- treed lot on the Prairie with lilac trees and lavender fields place to let dog or pet roam free ! Kids have a playground close everyone is Friendly ! This is a dry camp so you leave the way ya found it ! Much needed quiet time this is the place to wind down and enjoy the sunrise and sunset’
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Best camping, glamping, and outdoor stays in Saskatchewan guide

Saskatchewan is known for having rolling farmland as far as the eye can see, and it’s on the southern prairies that you can follow herds of bison, explore farmer’s markets, and witness slow living. Head north for coniferous forests, rushing rivers, and hundreds of thousands of lakes in the rugged terrain of the Canadian Shield Plateau. Campers can find fully equipped sites close to hip Saskatoon and Regina, the province’s capital, or backcountry campsites in Saskatchewan’s two national parks. Summers are hot and winters are extreme, but there’s beauty here regardless of the season.

Regina and Southern Saskatchewan

Beyond Regina and the city’s beloved Saskatchewan Roughriders football team, visitors typically head out to the prairies at Grasslands National Park, where camping options include tent and RV spots, rentable tipis, backcountry sites, and even some areas designated for those arriving by horse. For a quieter experience, choose from a handful of southern Saskatchewan provincial parks such as Moose Mountain and Buffalo Pound, an area of First Nations significance near the town of Moose Jaw. Heavily forested Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park is another standout, as it rises high above the plains and reaches into neighbouring Alberta.

Saskatoon and Central Saskatchewan

Saskatoon is a popular Saskatchewan home base, with a friendly community, cultural festivities throughout the summer, and creature comforts at spots like the popular Gordon Howe Campground. Further outside the city are dozens of RV campgrounds and tenting sites at provincial parks—Blackstrap Provincial Park is frequented for lake swimming, fishing, and boating, along with serene spots for RV campers. Head to the province’s western edge to experience the saltwater Manitou Lake, known as the “Dead Sea of Canada” for its salinity and allegedly healing waters. Hit the spa, heritage dance hall, or the campground golf course.

Northern Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan campgrounds vary immensely, especially to the north, where the further you go, the more wild and remote it gets. At Prince Albert National Park, you can camp lakeside (try tent camping at Namekus or RV camping at Waskesiu Lake), opt for an oTENTik glamping experience, or find a remote backcountry spot away from anyone else at all. The northern region is also home to a smattering of wide-open regional parks such as Meadow Lake Provincial Park, the Bronson Forest Recreation Site, and the forested Lac La Ronge. In the deep north are the hard-to-reach Athabasca Sand Dunes, which stretch nearly 100 kilometres along the shores of Lake Athabasca.

Frequently Asked Questions

In Saskatchewan, camping fees vary depending on the location, amenities, and type of campsite. For provincial parks, fees can range from around CAD $18 for an economy site without electricity to around CAD $45 for a full-service site with electricity, water, and sewer. Group camping and seasonal rates may also be available. For private campgrounds, prices may vary. It's always best to check the specific campground or park website for the most accurate and up-to-date pricing information.

In Saskatchewan, Canada, you can find free camping at various spots in Crown land areas. These are public lands outside of provincial parks and offer rustic, dispersed camping experiences. Some popular locations include the Nisbet Forest and the Great Sand Hills. Keep in mind that amenities are limited, and you should practice Leave No Trace principles to preserve the environment.

To reserve a campsite in Saskatchewan, you can use the online reservation system provided by Saskatchewan Provincial Parks. Visit the Saskatchewan Parks website at https://saskparks.goingtocamp.com/ and follow the instructions to search for available campsites, select your desired dates, and complete the reservation process.

Camp-Easy is a camping option offered in some Saskatchewan provincial parks, where the park provides a fully-equipped campsite with a tent, sleeping pads, a camp stove, and other essential camping gear. It is designed for those who want to enjoy the camping experience without having to bring their own equipment or for those who are new to camping and want to try it out without investing in all the gear. Camp-Easy sites can be found in select Saskatchewan provincial parks, and reservations can be made through the Saskatchewan Parks website.

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