Campground Information

Shaunavon is proud to be a business and tourism hub for southwest Saskatchewan. Camp in Shaunavon at one of our two fully serviced campgrounds that include water, electrical, sewer, showers and washrooms. A total of 19 sites are available with various size specifications to find one suited to your type of travel - camper, tent, or RV!

With tons of unique shops and restaurants, recreational facilities and cultural programming for all ages, Shaunavon has something for everyone! Be sure to stop by our Visitor Information Centre - The Grand Coteau Heritage & Cultural Centre. This facility houses the Chinook Regional Library, Museum & Art Gallery. The Grand Coteau Heritage & Cultural Centre also has FREE public wifi available.

Sit back and relax or get active and play at Shaunavon’s various parks and lush greenspaces - try your hand at a round of Disc Golf at Shaunavon’s course, dive in the outdoor SWT Pool, play in the splash park, or picnic and walk in the park.

Shaunavon is situated less then a half day’s drive from some of the best recreation areas in the province. Explore the Grasslands National Park, Frenchmen River Valley, T-Rex Centre, Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park and so much more! Call Shaunavon home while you discover the Southwest!

Jubilee Campground

Jubilee Campground Jubilee Campground


Book your site online for $35/night at Camp Reservations Canada.

Jubilee Campground is the perfect place to stay and enjoy all the incredible recreation facilities Shaunavon has to offer:

  • Located at 7th Ave W in Recreation Complex: Pickleball / Tennis courts, Shaunavon Swimming Pool, Braydon Cobrun Outdoor Rink, Basketball Court, Ball Diamonds, Playground, Splash Park, and a Skate Park
  • Green grass and evergreen trees make it a comfortable and open area for units of all sizes
  • 6 back-in sites and 5 pull-through sites
  • Fire pit and water / electric hookups
  • Public washrooms & showers are available at the Shauanvon Swimming Pool
  • Sewer dumping is available on site

Shawnee Campground

Shawnee Campground Shawnee Campground


Book your site online for $35/night at Camp Reservations Canada.

Shawnee Campground is located in the heart of Shaunavon and neighbours a beautiful green space and playground:

  • Located at 1st St. E. & 5th Ave. close to downtown services
  • Treed sites / ideal for tents & smaller units
  • Fully renovated public washrooms and shower facilities are available
  • Eight camping sites are available, 4 pull-through and 4 back-ins
  • Picnic Tables & Fire Pits
  • All sites include water / electric hookups
  • Sewer dumping is available on site
  • A cenotaph commemorating the contributions of our war veterans in World War I, II and the Korean War exists in Memorial Park
  • Amphitheatre

Simple Guide for Booking your Site

Download our pamphlet for a step by step guide on how to book your campsite or watch the tutorial video below!

Campground Policies


Check in is at 1:00 PM / Check out is at 11:00 AM. All fees must be paid at the time of reservation. Reservations are refundable up to 48 hours prior to arrival. Failure to provide at least 48 hours cancellation notice prior to arrival will result in the loss of your entire camping fees.


Please be respectful of other campers and the facilities.

Quiet time is between 10:00 PM and 7:00 AM (As per Noise Bylaw 2010-16), so please turn off outside music and refrain from loud talking/yelling and noise during this time.

Please ensure that all personal belongings are removed from the site by 11:00 AM on the day of departure.

Be considerate of your neighbours regarding pet litter and barking dogs. Pets must be kept leashed, attended and controlled at all times.

Pet litter must be cleaned up. Liquid and solid waste must be disposed of at the sewer dump station.

Do not use fireworks, sparklers, or caps at the campsite.

We are reminding campers that the firepits are for bonfires ONLY (please do not dispose of your garbage or recycling in the firepits - there are bins available on site for campers to utilize). *Obey restrictions on fires. Fires may be limited or prohibited at certain times.