Using Buffalo Pound Provincial Park as a template, the camp-easy program has been expanded into several provincial parks across the Saskatchewan.
Buffalo Pound was one of the three places to have these structures, built with convenience and ease in mind. The large amount of interest in the program last year urged the program forward into this year,
Each structure equipped with six sleeping cots, a camp stove, and propane tank, lanterns, wash bins, camp chairs and roasting sticks. All anyone who wants to camp here will need to bring is food, blankets and cooking supplies.
Buffalo Pound has two of these tents available, and others are available for booking at Blackstrap, Crooked Lake, Echo Valley, Good Spirit Lake, Narrow Hills, Meadow Lake and Saskatchewan Landing. The sites are available for $65 a night and can be booked online through the provincial booking system.
For the second year in a row, there’s also a Mongolian Yurt available at Anglin Lake in Great Blue Heron Provincial Park. That includes a queen sized bed, two double sized futons, a table and chairs, and a small fridge with an electrical outlet, heater and battery powered lamps. That yurt is available for $110 per night and can also be reserved online through their call centre April 18.