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Examples & Worksheets

These worksheets and examples can be used to develop community, city, and destination area tourism plans.

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Sample Tourism Plan

This is an example of a fairly modest tourism plan that might have been prepared by people living in and/or nearby a smaller community almost anywhere in Saskatchewan. Click here to download.

A good plan needs specific goals, including knowing who you want to visit your community, and developing tactics that will attract those visitors. Click here to download the Tourism Market Profile Chart.

Having a solid understanding of the goals and objectives of your plan can help identify the tactics and activities to be included in the plan. Click here to download the Goals and Objectives Worksheet.

Each objective identified in the Goals and Objectives Worksheet will have unique action steps that will need to be identified and assigned. Click here to download the Action Steps Worksheet.

 

Much of the information in this section is also available in pdf format in the Community Tourism Planning Guide 2020. Click here to download.

Prepared Destination Area Plans

The following are samples of Tourism Destination Area plans developed when communities, attractions, businesses and residents collaborate to increase tourism traffic to their region. These are PDFs - click on the title to download,

Tourism Highway Signage

For information on tourism highway signage, including points of interest, access, rest areas and tourism area gateways, click here.

For tourism operators who require a highway sign change at the start or end of the season, please phone 306-933-8319 or 306-933-5672 for assistance.

Community Tourism Plans

Saskatchewan communities are increasingly turning to tourism as an opportunity for economic diversification and job creation. The retention of businesses and services in many communities depends more and more upon visitor spending. Twenty-five 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 information, please contact the Tourism Saskatchewan Saskatoon office at (306) 933-5900.

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