Interested in operating a business in our parks?

Saskatchewan Provincial Parks are year-round destinations, and we at Sask Parks want opportunities for our visitors to reflect that. Do you have a specialized skill set or unique idea that would make for a great business? Contact us and let’s have a chat!

Hello winter recreation experts!

Are you ready to share your expertise with fellow winter enthusiasts? How about making some money while you’re at it? Visitors to our provincial parks are seeking winter recreational activities, and the more we can offer, the better. Maybe it’s a winter kite surfing lesson, guided winter tour or snowmobile rentals – all ideas will be considered.

Why is this a good fit for you?

1. Low cost investment. One business license could provide you access to more than one of our provincial parks! Initial License fees are only $250. Terms and conditions apply.

2. Now is the time! So far in 2021, we’ve seen record visitation in Sask Parks, with over a million visitors. We also know that winter visitors want guided and knowledgeable activity leaders. We want to ensure we provide visitors with an opportunity to enjoy what Saskatchewan winters have to offer!

Business in Sask Parks

New this year: Sask Parks will be offering winter camping at Buffalo Pound, Cypress Hills, Duck Mountain, Echo Valley, Great Blue Heron, Moose Mountain, and Pike Lake Provincial Parks from November 1, 2021, to March 31, 2022.Other Sask Parks Winter offerings will include Christmas tree cutting in Cypress Hills, a Festival of Lights tour in Pike Lake and Candle Lake, Skate the Park at Echo Valley, plus snowshoeing, tobogganing, hiking and more at Buffalo Pound, Moose Mountain, Great Blue Heron and Duck Mountain Provincial Parks.

We believe there is great potential for more winter activities in our parks and we are very excited for the opportunity to work with you!

3. You have our support. Those who enter into an agreement with Saskatchewan Parks to provide winter recreation activities will receive free promotion on our social media pages this winter!

If you are interested in investigating a new business opportunity with Sask Parks or would like to discuss further please contact:

Jolene McDonald

Request for Proposals (RFP)

There are currently no RFP opportunities.

Note: To see the full details of RFP opportunities including the related documents, a SaskTenders account will need to be created, here are some instructions on how to proceed:

  1. Visit
  2. Select - Create an Account
  3. Select - I want to download competition documents
    Organization Information - If you do not have a company name – just use your name, then continue to complete page by filling in the necessary fields
    Once you have created your account, on the Home Page you may Search by Competition Number (RFP #) for more information.

*This only takes a minute and will allow you access to any follow-up information related to this opportunity, including park location descriptions, maps and existing infrastructure information.

Doing Business in the Provincial Park System

Winter or summer, our provincial parks are a great escape from the hustle and bustle of life. They offer a place to slow down and enjoy the wonders of nature and to share time with family and friends. Questions? Contact us - Or for more information about doing business in our provincial park system - visit

Business Inquiries

Phone: 306-787-8676

Hours: Monday to Friday  8:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m. (Central Standard Time) 

For services in French, call 1-800-205-7070 and press 1 Pour les services en français, veuillez contacter le  1-800-205-7070 et appuyer sur le 1. 

Mailing Address:
Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport
, Parks Division
2nd Floor, 3211 Albert Street, Regina SK Canada S4S 5W6 

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CSS Accordion

There are thousands of cottages located in Saskatchewan's provincial parks and recreation sites. Cottage lessees hold a renewable lease agreement for their cottage properties. Visit for how to apply

Our park lands cannot be replaced. They demonstrate the balance between preservation for the future, and its use for research, presentation and educational recreational uses today. Visit for more information.

Each year we plan for new construction in various parks to improve your experiences when you arrive at our gates. Find out what is going on here.

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For written permissions, inquiries may be directed to:

Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport
Parks Division – Visitor Experiences Branch
3211 Albert Street, 1st Floor
Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 5W6