This land of endless prairies, rolling hills, unique sites and countless historical areas, is a draw for many travellers. If you are travelling within the province or… Read more »
Things to do this Saskatchewan Day Weekend in Saskatoon Friday, July 31 – Monday, August 3, 2020 August long weekend events & activities including free, fun family… Read more »
At 3874 square kilometers in size, there’s a ton of adventure to be had in Prince Albert National Park. The Saskatchewan town of Waskesiu, located in the park, is a hotspot tourist destination and features many wonderful opportunities for family activities, fishing, camping, cabin rentals, golf, shopping, hitting the beach, swimming, hiking, and more. The park features many more fun activities including amazing canoe and kayak routes, ziplining, horseback riding, fishing, beautiful campgrounds, sandy beaches, scenic hiking and biking trails, and more.
Planning to visit Saskatchewan Provincial Parks in 2020? The Saskatchewan Provincial Parks Campsite Reservation Launch is set to begin May 4, 2020, with a camping start date… Read more »
This province has so much to explore that many don’t even know exist. From sand dunes to local markets and excellent trails, there is something for every member of the family. Here are 30+ things to do this Spring in Saskatchewan to get you raring to go Saskaploring in Summer.
This Valentines day, surprise your partner with a getaway to one of the amazing places in Saskatchewan! Here are 11 perfect places for your Saskatchewan winter romantic getaway!
Saskatchewan is one of the world’s top premier fishing destinations. Pristine lakes, tranquil waters, picturesque islands and spectacular sunsets await. From the rugged, unspoiled, remote north to the warmer waters of the south, Saskatchewan offers anglers a chance to catch trophy sized fish or experience the adventure of a lifetime.
The land of the Battle of Batoche, Manitou Springs fondly described as ‘The Dead Sea of Canada’, the ancient land of Wanuskewin, beautiful sandy beaches, are not… Read more »
From the abundant monster-sized fishes to the sparkling lakes, rugged trails and rapids, Northern Saskatchewan calls the adventurists in you.
From sand hills and clay canyons to lores of smugglers and grand dreams, Southern Saskatchewan offers plenty of adventures to the wandering soul.
From the pristine waters of the north to the sand dunes and rolling grassy hills of the south, Saskatchewan offers some of the most incredible and diverse… Read more »
As fun as winter can be, the advent of warm winds, blue skies, and melting snow to signal the arrival of spring usually has most people excited… Read more »
Have you seen the waterfalls of Saskatchewan? The Land of the Living Skies is also home to incredible waterfalls that are accessible only by canoe/air. Listed are the 3 must-visit waterfalls to add to your Saskatchewan Bucketlist that are the finest examples of pristine Saskatchewan nature!
Saskatchewan has so much to offer residents and visitors regarding outdoor adventures. Between hiking trails, picnic areas, and places to jump out of a plane, this province is full of activities that could give you the experience of a lifetime.