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Doing Business & Opportunities
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?
Request for Proposals
Moose Mountain Provincial Park
Request for Proposals No.: PCS-MOO-2020-1
Issued: October 29, 2020
Submission Deadline: Thursday, January 7, 2021, 2:00 p.m. Saskatchewan Time
The Government of Saskatchewan (“Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport”) has an exciting opportunity available for prospective proponents to design, develop and operate a fenced storage compound, purchase and operate the existing community dock (boat rental slip) equipment and offer motorized and non-motorized recreational equipment rentals at Moose Mountain Provincial Park. These opportunities will be located at a new commercial location within the park. The Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport (PCS) envisions an innovative proposal that will provide an enhanced experience for park visitors, incorporating the natural features of the proposed location.
Turtle Lake Recreation Site
Request for Proposals No.: PCS-TUR-2020-1
Issued: November 5, 2020
Submission Deadline: Thursday, January 14, 2021, 2:00 p.m. Saskatchewan Time
The Government of Saskatchewan (“Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport”) has an exciting opportunity available for prospective proponents to design, develop and operate commercial facilities at Turtle Lake Recreation Site. The Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport (PCS) envisions an innovative commercial facility proposal that will provide a complimentary experience for park visitors, incorporating the natural features of the proposed location.
Please note, to see the full details of the opportunity including the related documents, a SaskTenders account will need to be created – it 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.
The mandate of the provincial park system is defined in The Parks Act as:
Park land is dedicated to the people of Saskatchewan and visitors to Saskatchewan for their enjoyment and education.
The natural, prehistoric and historic resources of land are to be maintained for the benefit of future generations.
Park Business Inquiries
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.
Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport
1st Floor, 3211 Albert Street
Regina SK Canada S4S 5W6
Hours: Monday to Friday
8:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m.
(Central Standard Time)
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