Grasslands National Park
Experience the solitude and wonder of the Southern Saskatchewan prairie landscape by day or night. Evidence of those who came before us is at your feet. Dinosaur fossils, the mass extinction boundary, hearth sites, tipi rings, bison drive lanes, and cellar depressions set among today’s living prairie.
Stay close to nature at one of our wonderful campsites–at your preferred comfort level.
The Grasslands National Park Dark Sky Preserve is one of the largest and darkest in Canada!
Trails are one of the best ways for you to connect with the landscape and experience the immeasurable beauty and solitude of this park
Visiting Grasslands National Park
Things to do, trails, tours, programs, volunteering, camping, wildlife watching and more
How to get here, local attractions, hours of operation, museum, facilities and services.
Types of accommodations, oTENTiks and nearby accommodations.
Guided tours, programs, workshops, and learning experiences.
Seasonal and annual admission passes.
Reservations for campsites, passes and Official merchandise
Important bulletins, trail conditions, weather, seasonal safety, park regulations.
Daily visitor fees, camping and program fees, and more. Free admission for youth.
All Parks Canada places are ‘no drone zones’ for recreational use
Contact Grasslands National Park
(west block visitor centre): 1-306-298-2257
(east block campground reception): 1-306-476-2018
For emergencies within the Park:
Hours of operation
Some services and facilities are open only during the summer season
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