Tourism Planning

Many areas and communities throughout the province are enhancing economic diversification through effective tourism planning and development. See the sections below for more information about Community Tourism Planning and Destination Area Development.

Community Tourism Planning

Saskatchewan communities are increasingly turning to tourism as an opportunity for economic diversification and new jobs. The retention of businesses and services in many communities depends more and more upon visitor spending. Tourism Saskatchewan has developed the Community Tourism Planning Guide to help community leaders direct and focus tourism planning capabilities at the community and district level. This guide has been updated for 2017.

Community Tourism Planning Guide - 2017 Edition

25 cities, towns, villages and First Nations across Saskatchewan have completed Community Tourism Plans since 2005. A number of these communities are prepared to share their Community Tourism Plans upon request.

For more general information, please contact our Saskatoon office at 306-933-5900 or our Regina office at 306-787-9600.

Destination Area Development

Tourism Destination Areas are developed when communities, attractions, businesses and residents collaborate to increase tourism traffic to their region.

Prepared Destination Area Plans:

Cypress Hills Destination Area Plan

Lake Diefenbaker Tourism Destination Area Plan

Trails of 1885

Waskesiu Wilderness Region Destination Area Plan