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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Kiwanis Park is a memorial park created to honor and remember the many historical events of the world and of Saskatchewan. There are monuments, pavilions, fountains, statues and information billboards detailing historical events.
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Saskatoon
Fort Carlton Provincial Park is a historical destination consisting of a resurrected Hudson Bay Company fur trading post. There are interpretive guides, a gift shop, artifacts, exhibits, a tipi village and interpretive hiking trails.
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Saskatoon
Jaycees Park is a hill park and recreation destination with paved trails, baseball fields, a lake and some green space areas. Activities enjoyed in the park include walking, birding, baseball and tobogganing.
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Lloydminster
Diefenbaker Park is a wilderness park ideal for appreciating nature and the history of the Temperance Colonists who first settled in Saskatoon. There is a day use picnic area, BBQ, sightseeing benches, trails and cemetery.
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Saskatoon
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The Rotary Trail is a very popular pathway (23 km). It is generally an easy going, level pathway ideal for all ages and fitness levels. It is an ideal route for sightseeing and exploring when visiting in the community of Prince Albert.
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Prince Albert
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The Saskatoon Friendship Park is a central gathering place for sightseeing. The cement and clay brick promenade includes lookout platforms with information signs and sightseeing benches providing views of the community and the river activity.
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Saskatoon
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The Weir is one of the most visited sightseeing destinations in the community of Saskatoon, SK. Built in 1939, the South Saskatchewan River Weir is a Historic Civil Engineering Site. At the time of construction it was considered an engineering first.
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Kinsmen Park in Saskatoon, SK, Canada is best known as a destination for children because of the large playground and amusement centre located in the park. There is a day use picnic area, large grass lawns, trees for shade, concession, art sculptures
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Saskatoon
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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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Saskatoon Natural Grasslands is a 14 hectare (34 acre) parkland consisting of protected Saskatchewan native grasslands and hiking trails. It is home to the Prairie Nature Centre. Located south of Saskatoon.
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Saskatoon
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Mair Park is a small recreation park located on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River in the heart of the community of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada. It is a baseball park with picnic tables, grass lawns and sightseeing benches.
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Prince Albert
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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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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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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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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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