Saskatchewan is investing $14 million in provincial park facility and infrastructure improvements in 2023-24.
Projects that will be completed this fiscal year include:
A new day-use pavilion for Rowan's Ravine offering, sheltered space for group or family gatherings. Pavilions are accessible to both day visitors and overnight campers;
New campground service centres at Blackstrap and Makwa Lake Provincial Parks, providing enhanced shower and washroom facilities;
Construction of a new Visitor Reception Centre at Crooked Lake Provincial Park to enhance customer service and park operations;
The second phase of a campground development in Meadow Lake Provincial Park;
Water system upgrades at Narrow Hills and Moose Mountain Provincial Parks;
Wastewater system improvements at The Battlefords Provincial Park and lagoon upgrade at Danielson Provincial Park;
Boat Launch replacement at Candle Lake Provincial Park;
Major road improvements at Makwa Lake Provincial Park; and
Ongoing improvements to washrooms, docks, day-use facilities and signage.
Some of the major projects completed over the past year that park visitors can enjoy this camping season, include:
A new campground service centre at Duck Mountain Provincial Park, providing enhanced shower and washroom facilities;
Electrical service expansion to group campgrounds in Greenwater Lake and Moose Mountain Provincial Parks;
Boat launch upgrades at Douglas Provincial Park to improve launching conditions through the summer boating season;
New Interpretive exhibits at the Buffalo Pound Provincial Park Visitor Centre to enhance park interpretive programming for park visitors;
A new accessible pedestrian bridge at Candle Lake Provincial Park and improved access to park trail sections, picnic sites and campsites at several parks; and
Major road upgrades at The Battlefords Provincial Park.
With this year's planned improvements, a total of $188 million will be invested in park facility expansion and upgrades since 2007.