Saskatchewan Camping FAQs
Saskatchewan is loaded with camping diversity. Sometimes you need to see what others have said to help you choose the best place to camp. See the ratings in the Saskatchewan Provincial Park Ratings or check out the Saskatchewan Provincial Park Listings.
Click to display answers to frequently asked Saskatchewan Camping questions
- How do I find the best family camping locations in southern Saskatchewan?
- How do I know which Saskatchewan campgrounds are located in the northern part of the province?
- Do I have to worry about bears when camping in Saskatchewan?
- Which Saskatchewan Campgrounds have the best fishing?
- Where do I find the best campgrounds in Saskatchewan?
- Which Saskatchewan campgrounds are the highest rated?
- When does camping season begin in Saskatchewan provincial parks?
- How do I reserve a camping site in a Saskatchewan campground?
Use the Saskatchewan Provincial Park Ratings pages to read reviews by others. You can search the page simply by pressing CTRL-S and typing in “family”.
Use our Saskatchewan Provincial Parks page which has the parks organized into Southern, Central and Northern Saskatchewan.
Most of the Southern and Central campgrounds are not located in bear country. In Saskatchewan, bears are present in the northern forest and forest fringe areas. Those campgrounds located in bear country, including those in Northern Saskatchewan, have information available on bear safety. Some simple guidelines, such as proper storage and disposal of food, are included and will help keep you safe.
Use the Saskatchewan Provincial Park Ratings pages to read reviews by others. You can search the page simply by pressing CTRL-S and typing in “fishing”. The fishing diversity in Saskatchewan ranges from native species such as Perch, Pike, Walleye and Lake Trout, to lakes featuring stocked rainbow trout, brown trout, splake and tiger trout. Some river systems also include populations of Sturgeon and further North can be found Arctic Greyling.
The best campground in Saskatchewan will vary with what your needs and wants are. Some people love the rugged wilderness of the north country and others prefer a more civilized experience with running water and convenient electrical outlets. Whatever your description of the best campground in Saskatchewan is, you can find it in the Saskatchewan Provincial Parks page.
The government of Saskatchewan does not maintain a provincial park rating system, but fortunately we do. We have hundreds of ratings and comments on Saskatchewan Provincial Park Ratings to help you decide which park is highest rated and best suited to your next camping experience.
Most campgrounds open for the season on May 15th and close September 30th. There are a number of campgrounds that offer winter camping, usually with a limited set of services available.
Information on reserving Saskatchewan camping sites can be found on our Campground Reservations Page.