Recreation trails promote active living and provide safe, affordable, and healthy recreational opportunities for people of all ages. Throughout Saskatchewan local and regional trail building organizations are encouraging people to discover first-hand the natural, cultural, and historic resources within the Provinces.
Trails provide a diversity of economic and social benefits that can be achieved in both rural and urban settings. For more information on how to establish a local trail-way system, or where to visit a trail within the province, please contact these organizations.
The Saskatchewan Trails Association is a non-profit organization that is mandated to build, advocate and support the Saskatchewan Trails Network and all recreational trails in Saskatchewan.
Assistance with the development, maintenance and usage of recreational trails in Saskatchewan can be obtained by contacting, Saskatchewan Trails Association at:
#242 - 918 Albert St.
Regina, Saskatchewan S4R 2P7
Looking for the right trail? These organizations can help:
Developed by the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association in 2002, these guidelines provide information on Trail Standards, Amenities, Activity Needs, Signage Standards, and more.
For information about how SPRA can assist you with trails, contact:
Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association
Consultant, Parks and Open Spaces