Who We Are
The Saskatchewan Regional Parks Association represents the Regional Parks in Saskatchewan.The purpose of the SRPA is to assist the Regional Park Board members and staff. Some of the assistance is by research, education and providing information resources.
The SRPA performs as a liaison between government departments and the regional parks and lobbies on their behalf.
One convention is held each year for the purpose of education and networking for the delegates. The SRPA hosts a website for the regional parks and provides additional marketing through the production and distribution of The Regional Parks Guide, other print media and radio advertising.
To develop, maintain and promote a strong association of regional parks; to encourage the preservation of the natural beauty within our parks while ensuring healthy recreational and tourism opportunities and experiences; to foster entrepreneurial and new park development.
The SRPA to be recognized as a leader in the recreation field by being the governing body of a unified, self-sustainable, accountable system of regional parks; as visionaries, be an inspirational constituency promoting a safe place with excellent recreational opportunities while respecting our natural environment.
The Saskatchewan Regional Parks Association is the governing body of regional parks.
- The SRPA maintains an on-going commitment toward the development of regional parks through set standards and accreditations.
- The SRPA recognizes the diversity and collective strength of member parks.
- The SRPA provides informational resources and training in the following areas:
- Marketing opportunities
- Member Park Board development
- Staff Development
- The SRPA gathers information and uses this information to make sound governing, business, and membership services decisions.
- The SRPA fosters an effective and positive relationship with governments.
- The SRPA actively searches out avenues of funding for the:
- member parks.
- The SRPA fosters an increased level of communication and awareness with:
- other target groups.
Our Board & Executive
Atton’s Lake Regional Park
Pasquia Regional Park
St. Brieux Regional Park
Kipabiskau Regional Park
York Lake Regional Park
Canwood Regional Park
The Saskatchewan Regional Parks Association office is located on Treaty 6 Territory – homeland of the Cree and Métis Nations, and traditional territories of the Dene, Saulteaux, Dakota, Lakota, and Nakota. Regional Parks in Saskatchewan are located on Treaty 2, Treaty 4, Treaty 5, and Treaty 7 lands. We acknowledge the many First Nations and Métis of past and present who have lived on and cared for these lands for generations. We make this acknowledgement as an act of reconciliation and gratitude to those whose territory we reside on or are visiting.