The Saskatchewan government is investing more than $1.3 million in capital upgrades at Greenwater Lake Park and Narrow Hills.
The water treatment system at Greenwater Lake will be upgraded and a new service centre will be built at Narrow Hills.
“Provincial parks are an important part of Saskatchewan’s quality of life and are more popular than ever,” Parks, Culture and Sport Minister Mark Docherty said. “Projects like these help to ensure that visitors to our parks have a great experience.”
At Narrow Hills Provincial Park, a new service centre will be built at the Lower Fishing Lake Campground. This project will enhance the camping experience at Narrow Hills by providing brand new showers and washrooms for park users.
The water treatment system at Greenwater Lake Provincial Park will also be upgraded, including the installation of a new membrane treatment process. The successful completion of the project will ensure safe drinking water at the park for years to come.
Work on these two projects will begin early this fall and are scheduled to be complete for the 2017 parks season.