Some popular destinations in Saskatchewan
Saskatoon is the province's largest city, located in West Central Saskatchewan,
and situated along the banks of the South Saskatchewan River. Saskatoon
has numerous parks and over 300 acres of riverbank parklands. Known as the "Paris
of the Prairies", Saskatoon is an attractive community in the heart of
the Canadian Prairies.
Located in Southeast Saskatchewan, in the heart of wheat country, is Regina,
the capital of Saskatchewan. Regina has fantastic
attractions including: the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Saskatchewan Legislative
Building, Saskatchewan Science Centre and Imax Theatre, Government House, MacKenzie
Art Gallery, RCMP Centennial Museum, and Casino Regina.
Prince Albert is one of the main gateways
to the beauty and serenity of northern Saskatchewan, but also a city with many
of its own attractions. Prince Albert National Park ranks among Saskatchewan's
best-known destinations, combining the comfortable resort amenities of Waskesiu
with remote backcountry wilderness.
Athabasca Sand Dunes
The Athabasca Sand Dunes, now preserved as a provincial wilderness park, stretch
for about 100 kilometres along the south shore of Lake Athabasca in northwest
Saskatchewan. Set in the midst of the northern forest, with lakes, rivers, trees
and massive dunes coming together to form a unique and wildly beautiful landscape.
Moose Jaw is the Northern Gateway to Southwest Saskatchewan. Moose Jaw offers
many attractions, some of which include: the Murals, Tunnels, Museums, Temple
Gardens Mineral Spa, Casino Moose Jaw, Parks, Library and the Kinsmen Sportsplex
indoor swimming pool complex.
The beautiful Qu'Appelle Valley is located in southern Saskatchewan. The QuAppelle
Valley sports recreational areas such as Echo Valley, Katepwa, Crooked Lake,
and Rowans Ravine Provincial Parks.