June 14, 2021

Sask Parks Business Partnerships Provide New Opportunities for Visitors

This year is set to be a busy one for businesses operating in Saskatchewan Provincial Parks, with a variety of new and unique offerings available across the province.

"Our provincial park businesses really take the visitor experience to the next level," Parks, Culture and Sport Minister Laura Ross said.  "We are thrilled to offer new businesses this year that will provide an increased variety of options for activities, accommodations, dining and more throughout our parks."

In addition to all of the existing businesses Sask Parks visitors have come to know and love, this year, visitors can expect to see the following new offerings:

  • Prairie Paragliding at Blackstrap Provincial Park;
  • Sailing instruction by Living Sky Sailing School at Elbow Harbour Recreation Site;
  • Aquatic Adventures new inflatable water parks at The Battlefords, Buffalo Pound, Duck Mountain and Greenwater Lake provincial parks;
  • "Come Try it Days" run by Sask Rowing Association at multiple provincial parks;
  • Night sky photography classes at Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park by Jazmin Lucasavich;
  • Luxury glamping tents at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park, provided by Glamping Resorts Ltd.;
  • Wellness events and self-care products offered by Mother Wolf Soul and Body at Echo Valley Provincial Park;
  • Wellness retreats hosted by Back2Nature at Candle Lake and Pike Lake provincial parks;
  • Outdoor yoga classes for adults and children hosted at Buffalo Pound Provincial Park by Strong with Nature Yoga;
  • Zumba and yoga at Makwa Lake Provincial Park hosted by C-L-G Zumba Yoga Meditation;
  • Hillside Smoke 'n Que at Buffalo Pound Provincial Park operating at the Lower Chalet with competition style BBQ Food Truck services;
  • Bike repair and service at Buffalo Pound Lower Chalet provided by Velofix; and
  • Fresh Air Experience demonstrations and outdoor equipment sales at various provincial park and recreation sites throughout the province.

Those who are interested in more information can follow Sask Parks on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/saskparks/ as new business information will be shared each day over the next ten days.

Saskatchewan residents are reminded to follow COVID restrictions and public health guidelines for their area.  The most recent guidelines can be found on www.saskatchewan.ca.