Book a Campground in Saskatchewan
#Wild About Canada
Saskatchewan’s hypnotic, swaying grainfields give way to hidden pockets adventure. Set up your camp site, then explore beautiful river canyons, Cypress hills badlands, beautiful lakes or the massive, otherworldly sand dunes.
Here you can enjoy horseback riding, canoeing, swimming, paddle boarding, fishing, golfing and rafting. By night, take in the unforgettable Aurora Borealis (northern lights). Or, if you want a mind-blowing experience in-town, Moose Jaw is a must-see, with its blocks and blocks of underground tunnels once used by Al Capone’s rum-runners.
Atton's Lake Regional Park
David Laird Campground
Located just northeast of North Battleford, the David Laird Campground is a treed, 20-acre RV park. It features non-electric and full hook-up campsites with picnic tables and barbecues, a covered picnic shelter, and a convenience store. While staying at the campground, enjoy its volleyball court, stocked trout pond, horseshoe pits, and playground.
Eston Riverside Regional Park
Frenchman Butte Heritage RV Park
Jubilee Campground - Shaunavon
Jubilee Campground is the perfect place to stay and enjoy all the incredible recreation facilities Shaunavon has to offer. Located right next to the Crescent Point Wickenheiser Centre, the Jubilee Campground neighbours the Jubilee Recreation Area. This area includes a variety of great activities for the whole family, including: Pickleball / Tennis courts, Shaunavon Outdoor Swimming Pool, Braydon Cobrun Outdoor Rink, Basketball Court, Ball Diamonds, Playground, Splash Park, and a Skate Park! Its green grass and evergreen trees make it a comfortable and open area for units of all sizes. The campground includes 6 back-in sites and 5 pull-through sites. All sites include their own fire pit and water / electric hookups. Public washrooms are available outside the Shauanvon Swimming Pool, and showers are available at the Shaunavon Swimming Pool during pool hours or campers may utilize the Shawnee Campground showers at 5th Avenue East. Sewer dumping is available on site.
Loreburn RV Campground
Mossbank RV Park
The Mossbank Campground is a quiet camping area located near many recreation facilities. There are washrooms with a shower that is free for all guests to use. The recreation options include ball diamonds, spray park, outdoor swimming pool, playground and tennis courts. This is a great campground for group bookings. Our campground has 4 - 30 amp sites, 10 - 20 amp sites and 4 tent sites, all with potable water and a public dump station. There is a community fire pit, however, wood is not supplied. If multiple sites are reserved by the same patron, one week notice (instead of one day) is required for cancellation refunds.
Picnic Lake Municipal Park
Picnic Lake Municipal Park, is a municipal park owned and operated by the R.M. of Turtle River No. 469. The lake is located 5 miles east of the Village of Edam. If you are looking to get away and enjoy the outdoors, this is the place to be! The lake is about a mile around, you can see all the shorelines from the main beach. The lake offers the chance for anglers to try their hand at catching perch, as well as brown, tiger, and rainbow trout. There is a boat launch and fish filleting area located on the way into the campground. There is a walking trail within the Park approximately 5.5km of trail. Every Canada Day weekend there are fireworks and entertainment to be enjoyed by everyone.
Shawnee Campground - Shaunavon
Shawnee Campground is located in the heart of Shaunavon and neighbours a beautiful green space with historical significance known as Memorial Park. A cenotaph commemorating the contributions of our war veterans in World War I, II and the Korean War exists in Memorial Park. Also located here is the Amphitheatre, and a large playground with a sand base. Public washrooms and shower facilities are available in the park. Eight camping sites are available, 4 pull-through and 4 back-ins. All sites include water / electric hookups and fire pits. Sewer dumping is available on site.
Suffern Lake Regional Park
The park is quiet and peaceful, perhaps one of the greatest charms about this park is the quiet atmosphere that provides a chance to recharge your batteries and relax. The towns of Chauvin, Marsden and Macklin have services such as groceries and laundry. For extensive shopping Lloydminster is one hour drive. Medical services are available in Neilburg. All towns have gas stations. Suffern Lake has many opportunities to view wildlife, and explore nature. The sites here are perfect for families, as everything is near by; the beach is clean, the store is open often with ice cream and treats for all, as well as bathrooms and showers are a close walk from all sites. We sell firewood and ice for all your camping needs, and have the perfect space for get togethers; as you can rent the hall.
Town Of Eston Campground
Val Marie Campground
Our sites are beautifully grassed with lots of trees providing plenty of shade. The washrooms and showers are wheelchair accessible and very clean. On-site sani-dump and central water tap are available for use, the sites are serviced with electricity. You are a short walk to restaurants, grocery and liquor store, Prairie Winds and Silver Sage Cafe, Museum, and Giftstore - as well as the Grasslands National Park visitor center. We have recently added a Spray Park to our campground! So, don't forget your bathing suit to enjoy this addition on those hot summer days.
Our sites have 15 amp, 15 & 30 amp or 15 & 50 amp service. If you would like to run a/c in your RV please book sites 5-13. Sites 1 through 4 will not support A/C. 50 amp (male) to 30 amp(female) cord adapters are for sale at Val Marie Grocery & Liquor or at the Village Office.
If you need help with any maintenance, please look at the bulletin board at the washroom building for contact information :)