If you’ve never been camping in Saskatchewan, you're definitely missing out! Many Canadians overlook Saskatchewan when considering camping options, but the reality is that the province boasts some of the most beautiful and picturesque campgrounds in the country. Get your camper ready because we’re checking out my top 5 Saskatchewan camping spots for you to enjoy this summer!
Moose Mountain Provincial Park
Perfect for year-round adventures, Moose Mountain Provincial Park is one of Saskatchewan’s first provincial parks and is very well established and offers year-round camping and activities. The campsites offer a variety of hookups and the provincial park is ATV and snowmobile friendly! If you're looking for an ATV, check out my latest deep dive on ATV finds in Saskatchewan. You can also enjoy daily programs, fishing, boating, cross-country skiing, swimming, and more! Click here for map.
A short drive from Saskatoon, Blackstrap Provincial Park is the perfect weekend getaway. You can enjoy a wide range of summer activities including swimming, camping, fishing, boating, water-skiing, beach time, and more! The lake also has access to a new inflatable water park that everyone will love. Camping is available from May long weekend until Labor Day, so make sure to book ahead to get your perfect campsite! Click here for map.
Grasslands National Park is an adventurer’s paradise with badlands, caves, hiking trails, canoeing, and more! Grab your travel trailer and enjoy front country camping at either the Frenchman Valley Campground or the Rock Creek Campground. If you’re an astronomy fan, bring your telescope for the incredibly dark skies and vivid star gazing at the darkest sky preserve in Canada. Click here for map.
Interested in doing some glamping this camping season? Look no further than Craven World Campground just north of Regina. It features full-service RV sites, electric, non-electric and seasonal sites. Amenities include Wi-Fi, showers, sewage disposal, laundry, mini golf, a playground and horseshoe pits making this an easy and fun escape for the entire family. Click here for map.
Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park
Located at the west end of Lake Diefenbaker, Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park is popular for its fishing, sun-bathing and hiking opportunities and boasts over 350 electric, non-electric, barrier-free, seasonal, group and equestrian sites. If you enjoy golfing, make sure to pack your clubs as the Sask Landing Golf Resort is nearby. Beautiful sandy beaches await you and camping amenities are top-notch! Click here for map.
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