Advertisement

Saskatchewan provincial parks bring in new attractions for 2021

Laura Ross, Saskatchewan’s minister of parks, culture and sport, said the unique offerings will take the 'visitor experience to the next level.'. David Fannon / Viewer Submitted

Paragliding, inflatable water parks and night sky photography lessons are among some of the new attractions at Saskatchewan provincial parks and recreational sites for the 2021 season.

Other offerings include sailing instruction, luxury glamping tents and wellness events and retreats.

Read more: Sask. parks sees increase in campsite bookings, province funds over $90M in construction at parks

Laura Ross, Saskatchewan’s minister of parks, culture and sport, said the unique offerings will take the “visitor experience to the next level.”

“We are thrilled to offer new businesses this year that will provide an increased variety of options for activities, accommodations, dining and more throughout our parks,” Ross said in a news release Monday.

COVID-19 public health guidelines are in place for all activities, including social distancing measures and gathering sizes.

Story continues below advertisement

Read more: Sask. provincial parks introducing new campsite reservation website

The Battlefords Provincial Park

  • Aquatic Adventures new inflatable water parks

Blackstrap Provincial Park

  • Prairie Paragliding

Buffalo Pound Provincial Park

  • Bike repair and service at the Lower Chalet provided by Velofix
  • Hillside Smoke ‘n Que will operate at the Lower Chalet with competition-style barbecue food truck services
  • Outdoor yoga classes for adults and children by Strong with Nature Yoga
  • Aquatic Adventures new inflatable water parks

Candle Lake Provincial Park

  • Wellness retreats hosted by Back2Nature

Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

  • Night sky photography classes by Jazmin Lucasavich

Duck Mountain Provincial Park

  • Aquatic Adventures new inflatable water parks

Echo Valley Provincial Park

  • Wellness events and self-care products offered by Mother Wolf Soul and Body

Elbow Harbour Recreation Site

  • Sailing instruction by Living Sky Sailing School

Greenwater Lake Provincial Park

  • Aquatic Adventures new inflatable water parks

Makwa Lake Provincial Park

  • Zumba and yoga hosted by C-L-G Zumba Yoga Meditation

Pike Lake Provincial Park

  • Wellness retreats hosted by Back2Nature

Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park

  • Luxury glamping tents provided by Glamping Resorts Ltd.

Various parks

  • Fresh Air Experience demonstrations and outdoor equipment sales
  • “Come Try it Days” run by the Saskatchewan Rowing Association
Click to play video: 'Summer camp ‘revamp’ as Saskatchewan permits overnights in Step 2 of reopening' Summer camp ‘revamp’ as Saskatchewan permits overnights in Step 2 of reopening
Summer camp ‘revamp’ as Saskatchewan permits overnights in Step 2 of reopening – May 31, 2021

Sponsored content