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12 Beautiful Saskatchewan Camping Spots For Your GF Who Hates Camping

Not everyone loves camping, but if there's a stunning view and surreal peace and quiet, who can pass that up?? Saskatchewan has some incredible camping spots, and some of them are unbelievably beautiful — even good enough for your S/O who hates camping.

Imagine you and your S/O, waking up next to each other surrounded by nature and endless scenery. You can enjoy a warm cup of coffee by the crackling fire as you wake up, and there's no one to bother you for miles. Have I convinced you yet?

Check out these 12 beautiful camping spots in Saskatchewan — they're sure to win over anyone who hates camping and be perfect for a weekend getaway this summer!

Note: Driving times listed below are calculated with Google Maps using Saskatoon as the starting destination.

Manitou Campground // Manitou Regional Park

There's no shortage of things to do at Manitou! Check out their many hiking and nature trails, rent a paddle board, or play tennis or mini golf. This campground is also right by Little Manitou Lake, which is the only salt water lake in Canada that you can float in.

Time: 1 hour, 25 minutes.

Danielson Campground // Lake Diefenbaker

The Danielson Campground is close to hiking, canoeing, and kayaking spots along Lake Diefenbaker. It's also only an hour drive from the Beechy Sandcastles, if you want to take a day trip from your campsite and see some incredible sand sights!

Time: 1 hour, 30 minutes.

Atton's Lake Campground // Atton's Lake Regional Park

At Atton's Lake you'll find clear waters, sandy beaches, and lots of sun. Pack a picnic for the beach and enjoy camping surrounded by gorgeous trees and wildlife.

Time: 1 hour, 58 minutes.

Battlefords Campground // Jackfish Lake

Bring your bikes to this camping spot, and enjoy a number of biking trails in the region. Relax on the sandy beaches in the afternoon, before heading back to your campsite for an evening fire.

Time: 1 hour, 52 minutes.

Flora Bora Yurts // Emma Lake

These Yurts are absolutely stunning on the inside, and include a walk-out deck that allows you to relax in nature. They're just a short walk away from beautiful beaches at Emma Lake and Christopher Lake, and only a short drive to Prince Albert National Park.

Time: 2 hours, 20 minutes.

Beaver Glen Campground // Prince Albert National Park

Located right by the lake town of Waskesiu, Beaver Glen campground is nestled right in the forest. It's a perfect escape that allows you to enjoy all of nature, but also will satisfy your S/O who might want a little bit of that lake town life.

Time: 2 hours, 30 minutes.

Anderson Point Campground // Anglin Lake

The Anderson Point Campground is extremely secluded — you'll have a hard time getting any WiFi here, but that's all part of the fun! Your campsite will be just steps away from a beach with an incredible view, where you can watch the sunset or star-gaze.

Time: 2 hours, 25 minutes.

Buffalo Pound Campground // Buffalo Pound Provincial Park

This camping spot is just 20 minutes away from Moose Jaw, and here you'll find gorgeous rolling hills and still water at the lake. The campground is just a short walk from the beach as well, which is a bonus.

Time: 2 hours, 5 minutes.

Nesslin Lake Campground Yurts // Nesslin Lake

Add a little glamping to your camping, with these oh-so-cute yurts at Nesslin Lake. It's a perfect compromise for anyone who doesn't want to stay in a tent — and there are hiking trails, and canoe, kayak, and paddle board rentals nearby.

Time: 3 hours, 15 minutes.

Cypress Hills // Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Camp at Cypress Hills, and you will have views for dayyysss. This park has much to do, including hiking, biking, and fishing. You'll also feel so outdoorsy here, surrounded by incredible scenery and wildlife.

Time: 5 hours, 20 minutes.

Moose Mountain Campground // Kenosee Lake

Wake up to lakefront views by your campsite, and watch the sun come up over the water. There's also picnic areas, hiking, canoeing, and even a mini golf nearby too!

Time: 4 hours, 45 minutes.

Missinipe Campground // Otter Lake

This is a small campground in Lac La Ronge Provincial Park, but it won't disappoint. Get lost in the beauty and silence of nature as you canoe on the glass water, and then come back to your campsite just in time to relax.

Time: 5 hours.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.

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