Saskatchewan is full of great camping areas. We’ve got lakes, rivers, and lots of places to hike. After you spend your day relaxing by the water, out on the lake, or exploring the area, your camping spot will be waiting.
It turns out, Saskatchewan also has some pretty unique places to rest your head for the night. Your family may never want to leave.
Whether you are glamping or camping, we’ve got a list of some of the most unique stays in our beautiful land of the living skies.
Camp Wolf Willow
Speaking from experience, Camp Wolf Willow is an amazing place. They have regular camping spots, but even more unique are the glamping sites. They’ve got gorgeous teepees set up, sites with Avocets – wooden tents, Army tents, Luxury tents, and more. Check out their site for all the options.
It’s perched above the South Saskatchewan River, and the sites are set up for you to appreciate the beauty surrounding you. You can hike down to the river, take a break at the hammocks, or find a great spot for your kids to play. Even better, is the Wolf Willow Winery. You can walk there from your site and enjoy pizza and delicious local wine.
Camp Wolf Willow is located about 15 minutes from Outlook, Saskatchewan.
Alive Sky Lodge
This one is not exactly camping, but I could not leave it off the list! It’s a true Saskatchewan experience! They have some amazing options for your family or an experience for some kid-free time. Possibly the most unique stay in Saskatchewan is staying in an adult-only Bincredible Luxury Grain Bin. Have you ever slept in a grain bin? Here’s your chance to try something new. It includes a private deck and a hot tub. Another option for you and the kids is the Schoolie in the Coulee. Spend the night in a school bus in the coulee. This one sleeps six, and you can visit with the goats. Check out the website for the other rooms available. They offer Kids Kubbies for your kids 10 and under to play and stay in the lodges!
Alive Sky Lodge is located outside of Rosetown, Saskatchewan.
Flora Bora Forest Lodging
Flora Bora is nestled in Saskatchewan’s Boreal Forest. It’s been highly recommended by so many people. Find uniquely amazing family fun in paradise. Stay in a yurt surrounded by 30 acres of forest, nature trails and a small lake. What is a yurt? They are circular wooden dwellings that were traditionally covered with felted wool and skins. Each yurt at Flora Bora is fully decorated and includes a kitchenette and your own private deck. It’s the perfect place to relax and get some peace and quiet. If your family is looking for something new, make sure to check out Flora Bora Forest Lodging for an unforgettable experience.
Flora Bora is located minutes away from Emma and Christopher Lake.
Grasslands National Park
Grasslands National Park is full of activities for your family to do. It has four different camping options. They offer Front Country Camping to camp in your tent or trailer. A more unique option is oTENTik camping. If you want to go camping but would rather have the tent and bed ready for you, this is the option for you. Parks Canada oTENTik tents offer an easy and relaxing way to experience camping. Backcountry Camping gives you the backcountry experience. Pitch a tent after an exhilarating hike and camp in a spot nobody has camped in before. They also offer Equestrian Camping for horse-loving families. Grasslands National Park truly has something for everybody.
Grasslands National Park is located near Val Marie, Saskatchewan.
Camping with Parks Canada – Taking in the breathtaking Milky Way views at night from an oTENTik in the Dark Sky Preserve, in Grasslands National Park. Photo Parks Canada
Glamping Resorts offers beautiful glamping options at two different Saskatchewan Lakes. Relax in luxury, surrounded by nature. Sleep in lakefront domes with no setup required. Glamping Resorts has domes located at Northshore Resort at Buffalo Pound Lake and luxurious tents set up at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park. Unwind in style with these amazing glamping resorts.
Saskatchewan is full of one-of-a-kind camping experiences. It’s a great way to discover this province we all love. You can glamp or camp, no matter what you choose, your family will have a blast discovering a new spot. Happy Camping!