The Government of Saskatchewan has announced the addition of 14 new businesses to its provincial parks for the upcoming camping season.
These businesses are set to enhance the experiences and services available to visitors. We are pleased to grow our partnerships with local businesses around the province and provide visitors more options while they experience the beauty of Saskatchewan parks,” said Laura Ross, the Parks, Culture and Sport Minister.
She added that through these new partnerships, visitors would have more ways to eat, play, and stay in Saskatchewan provincial parks.
Among the new accommodations available this year are fully-furnished cabin rentals offered by Lake Time Rentals at Meadow Lake Provincial Park and Mistik Resort at Good Spirit Provincial Park.
Visitors can also look forward to new experiences and courses. These include an inflatable waterpark by Sask Aquatic Adventures at Moose Mountain Provincial Park and specialized paddle and marine-related training, water and ice rescue courses, first aid, and other specialized training by Amphibious Response Support Unit ONE at Echo Valley Provincial Park.
Three styles of E-bike rentals are now available at Moose Mountain Provincial Park, courtesy of 306 E-bike Rentals.
Aurora E-bike Rentals is also offering E-bikes and fat bike rentals at Pike Lake and Blackstrap Provincial Parks.
Additionally, youth swimming lessons on the lake are being offered by Shara Vick at Makwa Lake Provincial Park and Shayla Huber at Katepwa Point Provincial Park.
Several markets have also been established in the parks. These include the Good Spirit Summer Market at Good Spirit Lake Provincial Park, the Greenwater Farmer’s Market at Greenwater Lake Provincial Park, and the Lakeside Market at Buffalo Pound Provincial Park.
New food offerings are also available. Perras Carnival Treats is offering hot dogs, hamburgers, mini donuts, sweet treats, and more at Echo Valley Provincial Park.
The Travelling Bakery is offering baked treats, specialty coffee, sandwiches, and other snacks at Buffalo Pound Provincial Park.
Lastly, La Fenice Pizzeria is offering handmade, locally-sourced pizza and burgers at Candle Lake Provincial Park.
These new offerings join many other existing activities in the provincial parks. The additions, along with the existing activities, aim to provide visitors with more options to eat, play, and stay in the parks.
For more information on what to do in Sask Parks this summer, visit saskparks.com. Details on Sask Parks’ business partnership opportunities and expansions are available at Government of Saskatchewan official website.
For more information, contact: Sarah Pilon Parks, Culture and Sport Regina Phone: 306-533-4139 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.