Destinations

Discover What Saskatchewan Has to Offer

Saskatchewan has many interesting things to see and do all over the province, but if you’re looking to focus in on one area, we’ve got some great suggestions. The destination areas in our province range from wide open expanses along the South Saskatchewan River, cities full of life and culture, the southern edge of the boreal forest and the highest point of land between the Rockies and Labrador. 

 

The Boreal Trail

A New Way to Discover Saskatchewan’s Northern Forest

The Boreal Trail in Meadow Lake Provincial Park officially opened this summer. This new trail is the only destination backpacking trail in the Saskatchewan Provincial Parks system and spans an epic 120km in an east-west traverse of Meadow Lake Provincial Park.  This impressive trail provides visitors the opportunity to experience a portion of the vast forest that covers more than half of our province.

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Waskesiu & Area Wilderness Region

Hear the call of the loon while canoeing or kayaking the many lakes, visit the isolated cabin of renowned naturalist Grey Owl, horseback ride into the park to find the free-ranging herd of plains bison or visit the only fully protected white pelican nesting colony in Canada.

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Cypress Hills Area

The highest point between the Rocky Mountains and Newfoundland and Labrador is in Saskatchewan!

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Grasslands Dark Sky Preserve

To fully appreciate the understated beauty and openness of the prairies, visit Grasslands National Park in Saskatchewan’s southwest, where the calm will envelop you, and the wide open skies will awaken you to a world of possibilities.

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Regina

The provincial capital started out as a humble tent settlement called Pile o’ Bones located on a treeless plain near a small winding creek.

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Saskatoon

In 1882, the founders of Saskatchewan's largest city pitched their tents on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River.

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Moose Jaw

Welcome to the Friendly City! Genuine prairie hospitality will make you feel at home in this city with a rich history.

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