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Existing Businesses in Provincial Parks

Our commercial business partners are essential to the Saskatchewan Provincial Parks system, collaborating with us to enhance visitor experiences, connect people to nature and encourage new visitors to explore our beautiful parks and recreation sites.

The Business Development and Leasing Unit has a variety of forms and information available to assist existing commercial lessees in the management of their leases.

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1. Commercial Directives

Provincial Park Commercial Directives are currently being developed and will establish a consistent standard and operational guidelines for provincial park commercial lessees to follow, to ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable park visitation experience.

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2. Lease Administration

A variety of forms and information to assist with the management of your commercial business:

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3. Expand an Existing Business

Interested in expanding your business? We are always interested in reviewing expansion proposals from our existing lessees.

To start the process, and well in advance of your desire project start date, complete the Private Investment Application to Expand an Existing Business in Saskatchewan Provincial Parks, providing us details on any additional services, renovations, changes and/or additions to an existing business or leased area.

Once the application is completed email it to businessinfo.saskparks@gov.sk.ca to obtain ministry approval. Approvals from other regulatory agencies may be required. All permits, licences and applications must be in place before construction may begin.

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4. Development/Building Permits

If your new business or your expansion has been approved, there are still a number of permits that may be required:

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5. Promote Your Business

Tourism Saskatchewan offers a FREE business listing on their website for all Sask Parks commercial partners. When you visit the Tourism Saskatchewan - Manage Your Tourism Profile page, you will find everything you need to get listed on their site; you can even add photos! This site is searched by over 1.4 million potential customers every year, with easy access to your up-to-date information.

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