Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park Sub-zoning Guidelines and Concepital Design
Client Saskatchewan Parks, Culture and Sport
Location Saskatchewan | Canada
The Saskatchewan Landing Sub-Zoning Guidelines and Conceptual Design report is a comprehensive document to help Saskatchewan Parks, Culture and Sport direct public and private development in Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park.
This report was the second part of a two phase project. Using the sub-zoning typology and methodology developed in phase 1, the park was divided into 26 sub-zones. Development guidelines were established for each sub-zone to provide direction on where and how developments could occur with the park as well as which areas should be protected and the appropriate measures required. Development guidelines included permitted/discretionary uses, environmental protection measures, utilities, site furnishing, signage, lighting, vehicular circulation, parking, pedestrian/cyclists circulation, and site design considerations. Additional guidelines was provided for built elements such as architectural character and style, material palette, building placement, as well as building form, massing and scale.
Priority areas for development of new recreation and tourism opportunities were identified and conceptual designs were produced for each area along with cost estimates, including backcountry campsite nodes, group camping and glamping sites, and expansion of existing campgrounds. A trail classification was developed and used to produce a conceptual trail system for the park.