Saskatchewan has an extremely diverse landscape and provincial parks that offer you a place to camp where you can truly enjoy them all. In the south you will find many areas of grasslands crisscrossed by river valleys and the lakes they form. In these valleys are prime camping areas that easy to access featuring warm southern lakes with great summer time fishing where the waters run deep. Step into the forest fringe for camping that varies from highly civilized with loads of services to a little more remote and private in some less traveled lands. Take the adventure to the far north and find unique landscapes among everything from enormous sand dunes, to the rocks of the Canadian shield where the wildlife outnumber the people by thousands to one and every twist of the trail is a possible adventure. The farther noth you go the more likely what you see has rarely been seen, and the fish have rarely seen a hook, making trophy hunting and fishing an in-season possibility. Do you dream of heating your coffee by campfire and the call of loons while you pitch your tent on the shore of 100,000 lakes? Or do you prefer your cappuccino machine plugged into the ready supply at your electrified campsite?
Need to know more about camping in Saskatchewan, check out the Saskatchewan Camping FAQs
From civilized to wild, Saskatchewan camping has a campground and a Provincial Park to match.
See the Saskatchewan Regional Park Ratings.