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From glamping domes to teepee cultural exploration

New businesses boost visitor experience in Sask Parks.
Blackstrap Provincial Park glamping domes offer visitors luxury and nearness to nature.

REGINA — Businesses have opened in provincial parks across Saskatchewan this year, adding new services for visitors. 

New Businesses in Sask Parks:

  • Luxurious glamping domes offered by Blackstrap Glamping Resort - Blackstrap Provincial Park
  • Cultural experiences in teepee lodges offered by Pemiska Tourism in Beardy's & Okemasis' Cree Nation - Fort Carlton
  • Accommodations, great food, friendly service and a vibrant social house atmosphere offered by Duck Mountain Lodge - Duck Mountain Provincial Park
  • Wilderness first aid and backcountry hikes offered by Back 40 Training - various parks 
  • 70 full-service, long-term seasonal campsites offered by Firesky Resorts Ltd. - Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park

These new businesses join many other existing businesses in the provincial parks. For more information about Sask Parks including upcoming events offered by our business partners, visit:

More information on Sask Parks business partnership opportunities and expansions is available at