Regional Park Pass Lending Program

The Regional Park Pass Lending Program is back in 2024! Starting from May 17 to September 15, 2024, people with a valid library card can borrow a pass from any Saskatchewan library and enjoy a seven-day loan period with free access to nearly 100 regional parks across the province. This year, 850 passes will be distributed to all regional library branches, libraries in Saskatoon, Regina, Prince Albert, and university libraries in Saskatoon and Regina. For more information, click on any of the documents here.

About the Program

Borrowing Guidelines

Frequently Asked Questions

Regional Park Pass Lending Program – Survey

Notice: Pine Cree Regional Park, near Eastend, SK, has chosen not to participate in the Regional Park Pass Lending Program this year. As such, they will not be honouring regional park passes borrowed from libraries throughout Saskatchewan. Please consider this in your travel plans. There are nearly 100 regional parks in Saskatchewan and all others will honour program passes. Visit www.saskregionalparks.ca to see a full list of regional parks and the variety of activities these parks offer.

photo of library park pass. Background image is an aerial photo of a lake with a beach and dock visible. Text reads regional park pass lending program. Valid for 7 day loan periods. Please return this pass to the library from which it was borrowed. Visit saskregionalparks.ca for terms and conditions. funded by sask lotteries. Program partners saskatchewan parks and recreation association, Saskatchewan Libraries Association, and Regional Parks of Saskatchewan

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Background image is a tent on the beachfront, water in the background. Text reads this summer use your saskatchewan library card to borrow a free regional park pass! Valid for 7 day loan periods. Scan the above qr code or visit saskregionalparks.ca to learn more!. funded by sask lotteries. Program partners saskatchewan parks and recreation association, Saskatchewan Libraries Association, and Regional Parks of Saskatchewan