Saskatchewan residents 65 years of age or older or turning 65 years of age anytime during the current year will receive free provincial park entry. All vehicles entering the park are still required to obtain a senior park entry vehicle permit free of charge. These permits are only available upon arrival at a park. Identification is required. To verify residency, please provide your valid Saskatchewan health card, driver's license and vehicle registration.
Spring Free Park Entry Promotion
Spring is a great time to get out and see the parks wake up and come alive. Birding, hiking or golfing are all ideal ways to take advantage of our park entry promotion. If you visit a park on a Monday through Thursday prior to June 24, park entry is free. Regular park entry fees apply Friday through Sunday.
Spring/Fall Shoulder Season Promotion
This reduced camping rate is available to you if you book 30 consecutive nights from the Monday of the Victoria Day long weekend (May) through to June 24 in either an electric, non-electric or economy campsite.
Your 30-night stay cannot extend past June 24. If you take advantage of this promotion in spring, you will also receive a courtesy permit for entry valid until your promotional nights end or until June 24, whichever comes first. If you are visiting a park after June 24, you will need to purchase entry.
As operating dates vary from park to park, this promotion may not be available after the September long weekend. Please check with the park of your choice on fall park closure dates, or refer to Fall Camping Opportunities information.