Residents who have an account with Saskatchewan Provincial Parks online reservation service, may want to log in to their account before a new system is put into place and wipes out their reservation history.

The Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport announced a new reservation platform will be introduced for the upcoming season, however, in doing so, all previous account data and reservation history will no longer be accessible after March 15 at midnight.

Gene Makowsky, Parks, Culture and Sport Minister, said, “Campers can look forward to a consistent, user-friendly interface across all devices, as well as the option to book a wider array of sites and services online, such as Camp-Easy sites and picnic shelters”.

Camp-Easy sites will run campers approximately $65 per night, however, provide the necessities for overnight camping for those not equipped with supplies. The sites include a tent on a wooden platform with 6 single cots, a dining tent, stove and propane tank, lanterns, wash bins, camping chairs, roasting sticks and an axe.

The Ministry stated, with the new transition to the new online reservation system, account details will not be carried over and those who would like to save their information are encouraged to log in, take screenshots of the information they would like to keep and print it out for their records.

Reservations are open April 2 for seasonal sites, April 4 for group camping sites and April 8 to 18 for nightly sites.

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