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Camp wolf willow

When we fell in love with this land, it felt like a shame to keep it all to ourselves.  Perched on the terraced hills above the mighty South Saskatchewan River, bordered by a stream-carved coulee, rolling native prairie and wooded valley, it was the perfect site to truly enjoy the outdoors.   Of course, being next to a winery that was crafting wines from its own organically grown fruit sure didn't hurt either.

So we thought why not open a place where those who love to immerse themselves in nature's serene beauty could come and stay.

So here we are!  

We've opened Saskatchewan's newest campground, with fully furnished glamping sites for those who like their creature comforts and large tenting sites for those who like good old fashioned classic camping.

We acknowledge that we live and work on the traditional territories of the Niitsitpiis-stahkoii, (Blackfoot), Metis, Nehiyaw-Askiy, (Plains Cree) and Oceti Sakowin, (Sioux) peoples. This incites and compels us to treat this land with dignity and reverence. We feel enormous gratitude for the opportunity, (during the very brief moment in time that this land is in our care), to tend to these grounds by nurturing the native plant, animal and bird species and defend those that are vulnerable.


We are members of ...

Nature Saskatchewan

The Native Plant Society of Saskatchewan

The Saskatchewan Environmental Society

National Wildlife Federation

Canadian Wildlife Federation

and support

Prairie Conservation Action Plan (Saskatchewan)

The Circle Project

Wanuskewin Heritage centre

Circles For Reconciliation

The Wildlife Rehabilitation Society of Saskatchewan

Living Sky Wildlife Rehabilitation

The Downie & Wenjack Fund

Indian Residential School Survivors Society

Amenities & Services
Winery & Pizzeria
River & Beach Access
Access to Hiking & Biking Trails
Lilac Maze
Corn Maze (Fall)
Pumpkin Patch (Fall)
Coin Operated Hot Showers
Free Solar Showers

Solar-Powered glamping sites

Large River-View Campsites

Fire-pits & Picnic Tables


Camp Rules and Regulations

  • Reservation ‘s are made online @ (Must be at least 18 years of age to reserve a campsite) Camp only in assigned location. If a different location is desired, please see management. 

  • Campground visitors must register at the campground office. A maximum of 4 persons are permitted per campsite, unless it is a single family of parents and their children living at the same address.

  • Only one tent permitted in each campsite. Additional small tents for dependent children may be allowed at the discretion of the camp supervisor. Additional tents may be allowed for an additional fee ($20/tent) depending on site size.

  • Vehicles - speed limit in the campground is 5 mph. Drivers must be aware of pedestrians, especially children at all times. The fee for one vehicle is included in your campsite fee. All other vehicles must acquire an “Additional Vehicle Permit” at the campground upon registration. ALL vehicles must park in designated parking space. 

  • Non-licensed motor vehicles are not allowed to be operated on campground property. 

  • Check In / Check Out – 3:00 p.m. / 11:00am. If additional time is required, please see management. 

  • Quiet Time - 10:00 p.m. -- 8:00 a.m. 

  • Pets - must be on a leash, kept quiet and not be left unattended at anytime. Owners are responsible to pickup and properly dispose pet waste. Pets are not allowed in the shower houses, or out buildings. 

  • Upon check- in your credit card will be kept on file and only charged should any damages be reported. Camper agrees to reimburse Camp Wolf Willow for property, amenities damaged beyond normal wear and tear as well as compensate any misplaces items.

  • Shower Houses - Please keep these areas clean. The campground is not responsible for personal 

       items. Adults please accompany and supervise young children using the facilities. 

  • Campfires - are allowed but must be kept at a reasonable size inside the fire ring and extinguished 

       before retiring at night or leaving your campsite. No chopping, sawing or collecting down live trees for firewood. Firewood            can be purchased at the office. Do not move fire rings or picnic tables from your site.  

  • Beach and swimming areas are unsupervised. Beware of shifting sandbars in the river and varying water levels. Use at your own risk. Parent/Guardians are responsible for their child’s safety.

  • Alcoholic beverages may be consumed in the permit holder’s campsite and on their assigned campsite, in accordance with THE ALCOHOL AND GAMING REGULATIONS ACT. 1997, as per section 107 (1) per 139 (1).

  • Recycling is encouraged and along with trash must be left neatly in receptacles provided at the campsite or bathrooms. Upon departure garbage and recycling must be disposed of in the large Loraas bins behind the Winery. If site is left unkempt, a $50.00 fee will be applied to your credit card.

  • Please respect your fellow campers - disorderly conduct will not be tolerated. 

  • No fireworks or firearms of any kind are allowed on campground property. 

  • It is unlawful to damage or remove any sign, facility, turf, rock or the whole or part of any flower, plant, shrub or tree.

  • It is unlawful to discharge, discard, or dispose of any liquid or solid waste other than into a provided sewage receptacle

  • Wildlife is present in the campground, please do not feed animals and maintain a clean campsite.

  • Cancellation Policy: We require 14 days notice for any cancellations or changes. Reservations cancelled more than 14 days prior to stay will be refunded 100% minus a 10% cancellation fee. Early departures or no shows will be chargeable at the full rate.

  • Camping is an outdoor experience. Therefore, no reimbursement will be approved for discomforts of nature including rain, snow, temperature change, air quality and insects.



These rules and regulations are made for your protection and the enjoyment of all campers. Any violation of these may result in additional fees and/or eviction without refund. 

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