The Province of Saskatchewan is located in Central Canada - often referred to as "The Prairies". The province is best known for its grasslands, wetlands, rolling hills, parks, historic sites and for its network of lakes and rivers.
The Saskatchewan, Canada, lakes, man-made reservoirs, white water rivers, wetlands, wildlife and rolling prairie hills provide many year round adventures and activities.
The province is considered a top adventure travel destination in Canada for activities like golfing, horseback riding, canoeing, birding, fishing, water sports, wind sports, cycling, flightseeing, xc skiing, snowmobiling and the Northern Lights.
The main tourism communities located in Saskatchewan, Canada include Regina, Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, Swift Current, Prince Albert, Lloydminster and the Battlefords.
The tourism cities, towns and villages listed on our Saskatchewan eh Travel & Adventure website provide many of the amenities and services important to travelers including tours, guides, attractions, charters, outfitters, transportation and accommodations including cottages, outfitter lodges, hotels, motels, wilderness resorts, vacation homes, bed and breakfasts, campgrounds, hostels and much more. (go to individual communities for contact information)
Some of the top outdoor sightseeing destinations in Saskatchewan include
Diefenbaker Home Heritage Site (Prince Albert); Fort Battleford National Historic Site of Canada (Battlefords); Meewasin Valley Weir & Beaver Creek Conservation Area (Saskatoon); Last Mountain House Provincial Historic Park (Regina); Grasslands National Park & The Great Sandhills (Swift Current) and the Wakamow Valley Parks (Moose Jaw).
Some of the top activity and adventure destinations in Saskatchewan include
Prince Albert National Park (Prince Albert); Pike Lake Provincial Park, Blackstrap Provincial Park & Meewasin Park (Saskatoon); Regina Beach Recreation Park, Saskatchewan Beach, Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park & Wascana Park (Regina), Buffalo Pound Provincial Park (Moose Jaw); Lake Diefenbaker & Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park (Swift Current) and the Athabasca Sand Hills (North Saskatchewan).