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New Businesses Boost Visitor Experience in Sask Parks

Released on June 13, 2024

Several new businesses have opened in provincial parks across Saskatchewan this year, adding new services for visitors. 

"Local businesses in our parks better serve our visitors, and grow the Saskatchewan economy," Parks, Culture and Sport Minister Laura Ross said. "Through partnerships, we can continue to offer our visitors high-quality services and products that enhance our core services." 

New Businesses in Sask Parks:

  • Luxurious glamping domes offered by Blackstrap Glamping Resort - Blackstrap Provincial Park
  • Cultural experiences in tipi lodges offered by Pemiska Tourism in Beardy's & Okemasis' Cree Nation - Fort Carlton
  • Accommodations, great food, friendly service and a vibrant social house atmosphere offered by Duck Mountain Lodge - Duck Mountain Provincial Park
  • Wilderness first aid and backcountry hikes offered by Back 40 Training - various parks 
  • 70 full-service, long-term seasonal campsites offered by Firesky Resorts Ltd. - Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park

These new businesses join many other existing businesses in the provincial parks. For more information about Sask Parks including upcoming events offered by our business partners, visit:

More information on Sask Parks business partnership opportunities and expansions is available at


For more information, contact:

Mackenzie Love
Parks, Culture and Sport
Phone: 306-526-8635

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