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Provincial Park Cottaging

There are more than 2100 cottages located in Saskatchewan’s provincial parks and recreation sites. Cottage lessees hold a renewable lease agreement for their cottage properties.

Cottage Subdivision Directives

The provincial park cottage subdivision directives establish consistent standards for provincial park cottage subdivisions.

Cottage Assessments

Access the most recent fair value land assessments or cottage properties. Get the Land Assessment Report, the Guide to Provincial Park Cottage Lot Land Assessment Appeals and the Cottage Fee Appeal Form.

Request for Assignment

Leases and permits may be assigned to another party. Access the guidelines and application.

Development and Building

There are rules and requirements for developing and building on cottage lots in provincial parks. Access the development and building permit guide, the building permit application, the water and sewage system application and the guidelines and rules and regulations for detached residential accessory buildings.

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