Parks, Trails, Beaches and Places in Saskatchewan, Canada

Parks in Saskatchewan, Canada provide travelers an opportunity to explore the wilderness landscapes, eco systems and communities of the province, as well as, discover the history of the province.

In Saskatchewan there are national, provincial, regional and community parks. There are also many park areas protecting historic sites, heritage buildings, wildlife sanctuaries and wetlands.

The park system in Saskatchewan Canada provides an opportunity to explore grassland prairies, sand hills, lakes, marshes, oxbows, river valleys, Boreal Forest and the Precambrian Canadian Shield.

Park services vary per park. Some parks include campgrounds, recreation trails, historic sites, playgrounds, day use picnic areas, golf courses, sandy beaches, lookout towers, art, recreation facilities, cabins, protected wildlife species and much more.

Some of the summer activities enjoyed in the Saskatchewan park system include camping, hiking, kayaking, boating, sailing, canoeing, birdwatching, swimming, water skiing, mountain biking, cycling, horseback riding, fishing, wind surfing and more.

During the winter season some of the popular park activities enjoyed includes cross country skiing, ice fishing and snowshoeing.

Click the Saskatchewan Regions below to view parks, trails and places in that area.

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Grasslands National Park is the only National Park in Canada that represents the prairie grasslands natural region.
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Val Marie
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If you want solitude, head for the hills of Grasslands National Park, East Block, located near Wood Mountain Saskatchewan. Located in the Wood Mountain Uplands.
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Highway #18
Wood Mountain
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Largest collection of petroglyphs on the Canadian plains and one of five sites in Canada where petroglyphs are found on horizontal rock surfaces.
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St. Victor
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Castle Butte in the Big Muddy Badlands is a 230 foot high outcrop of sandstone dominating the rolling hills of the Southwest area of Saskatchewan.
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Big Muddy Badlands
Bengough
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The Cypress Hill Park is Canada's first park to span across provincial borders. In this case the park measures over 20,250 hectares (50,000 acres) covering both, Saskatchewan and Alberta Provinces. The park also is the highest elevation found between the Rocky Mountains and Newfoundland-Labrador.
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Highway 271
Maple Creek
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Wakamow Valley is a large green space urban park located on the shores of the Moose Jaw River. The river valley park consists of many smaller parks and a connecting trail system popular for year round recreation.
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Moose Jaw
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Sunningdale Park is popular for hiking, birdwatching, biking picnicking and sightseeing.
A 3.7 kilometre paved and gravel loop trail called the Rotary Cove Trail explores around Sunningdale Park crossing foot bridges back and forth.
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Moose Jaw
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Buffalo Pound Provincial Park is a popular recreation and wildlife watching destination nestled in the Qu’Appelle Valley located northeast of the community of Moose Jaw.
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Moose Jaw
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The Devonian Trail follows along the banks of the Moose Jaw River. There are sightseeing benches, picnic sites, large green grass lawns, pavilions, washrooms and playgrounds located along the trail.
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Moose Jaw
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The grounds of Crescent Park are covered in beautifully maintained green grass lawns. Sprawled across the park lawns are various monuments and flower gardens like a time capsule, cenotaph and the Queen Elizabeth Rose Garden.
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Langdon Crescent
Moose Jaw
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The Murals of Moose Jaw is a self guided tour visiting with 40+ giant size murals decorating the walls of shops, boutiques, stores and heritage buildings in the downtown core of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada.
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Moose Jaw
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The park is situated on both banks of Spring Creek. It is an environment of shallow marshes and sloughs protected by tall grasses and cat tails surrounded by large green grass lawns and some small groves of trees.
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Moose Jaw
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The main trail of the Rotary Trails is the 15.3 kilometre loop pathway which circles around the community of Moose Jaw. Connecting to the main trail is a series of smaller routes and connecting side streets.
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Moose Jaw
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This wheelchair and baby stroller friendly 8+ km paved pathway in Regina, Saskatchewan is enjoyed year round. Activities enjoyed include walking, biking, roller blading, picnicking, jogging, sightseeing and birding.
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Ritter Ave.
Regina
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Regina Beach is a very popular day-use only park. It is considered by some to be the one of the best sandy beach destinations in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada.
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Regina
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The activities enjoyed on the 4.5+ km paved pathway are year round. Some of the activities enjoyed in the summer months include walking, biking, roller blading, picnicking, jogging, sightseeing and birding.
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Dorothy Street
Regina
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The Last Mountain House Hudson's Bay Trading Post was one of the last fur trading posts to operate in Saskatchewan before the buffalo herds migrated further west. After the migration of the buffalo herds the fort fell on hard times.
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Regina
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Saskatchewan Beach includes an east beach and a west beach. The east beach includes a sandy beach, playground and a picnic area. The west beach includes a sandy beach, a playground, a boat launch and a sailing club.
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Regina
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The sandy beach in the park is unique and is one of Saskatchewan's longest sandy beaches. It is unique in that all of the trees are planted by hand. What was once a naked landscape is now a popular green space provincial park.
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Regina
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Victoria Park is the main treed and green space parkland area to visit when exploring the downtown shops, stores, restaurants, galleries and boutiques located in the City of Regina.
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Regina
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