The Saskatchewan Trails Association (STA) was incorporated in July 2004 with the mandate to promote the development and use of recreational trails throughout Saskatchewan. The STA was created through a stakeholder process led by the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association (SPRA).
Since its inception, the STA has been hard at work: developing funding initiatives, advocating for trail development, promoting and inventorying the trail network, and working with stakeholder organizations to help promote sustainable trails. The STA was the lead agency in completing the province’s first ever strategic planning document for Saskatchewan trails: Pathway to Success.
In 2018, the STA created a 2019-2024 Strategic Plan. Our strategic plan supports the STA in focusing our efforts to fulfill our mission and achieve our vision. Our strategic plan encourages and promotes a pro-active, results-oriented approach to assist in the development and promotion of trails in our province. Our strategic plan enhances STA’s capacity to generate new ideas and practices, to encourage a collaborative approach to resource development, and provides a systematic approach to decision-making, accountability and evaluation.
The STA would be glad to hear from you if you have any concerns, questions or news about the TCT or other trails in Saskatchewan. Learn how to contact us.
Our sector reflects the preferred state for trails in Saskatchewan. The vision inspires people, stakeholders and members to work collectively towards achieving that future and creating outcomes that members and others can support.
We envision a sustainable, coordinated network of rural and urban trails throughout Saskatchewan which are designed and maintained to standards that meet a diversity of user needs and enhance the health, tourism and economic prosperity of Saskatchewan communities.
The Saskatchewan Trails Association will play a key role in the development of this sector vision. Our organizational vision defines this role.
We envision the Saskatchewan Trails Association as being the key resource in the province for trail information in the areas of best practice, standards, funding and usage.
Our mission defines the organization’s purpose and primary objective. The mission informs the key measures of our long-term objectives and the ends that we are working towards.
The mission of the Saskatchewan Trails Association is to assist local trail groups to develop and market their trails, to promote trails in the province, and to advocate to key stakeholders on the importance of trail maintenance and development.
Board of Directors
Thank you Active Saskatchewan Archerwill Drift Riders Annabelle and Richard Burton Cathy Watts City of Humboldt City of Moose Jaw City of Prince Albert City of Swift Current City of Weyburn Curt Schroeder David Powell David Rosenbluth and Molly Moss Dean Cattell Donna Spratt Dorothy Rhead Edam Trans Canada Trail Garry Michael Gerald Hill Glenn Hymers Hudson Bay Ski Club John and Jean Piercy Lakeland Snowmobile Club LBL All-Terrain Ventures Meadow Lake Flying Dust Meewasin Valley Authority Michel Point Cottage Owners Moose Jaw Pavers Ness Creek Cultural & Recreational Society Pasquia Regional Park Prince Albert Multi-Use Rotary Trail Randy Chapman Resort Village of Candle Lake Resort Village of Manitou Beach Saskatchewan All-Terrain Vehicle Association Saskatchewan Boreal Forest Learning Centre Saskatchewan Horse Federation Saskatchewan Long Riders Saskatoon Nordic Ski Saskatchewan Parks & Recreation Association Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association Three Rivers Trail Association Timber Trails Sno Riders Cooperative Ltd Town of Carrot River Town of Balgonie Town of Lumsden Town of North Battleford Town of Outlook Town of Pilot Butte Wakamow Valley Park Wascana Centre Authority !
The Saskatchewan Trails Association (STA) would like to thank the following organizations for their outstanding support of trails in Saskatchewan: