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Private Sector Offers New Opportunities In Provincial Parks

Saskatchewan Provincial Parks now have a variety of new and unique offerings across the province.

The government of Saskatchewan has partnered with several businesses to provide a variety of activities, accommodations, dining, and more in provincial parks.

In addition to all of the existing businesses, 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.





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