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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The Kiwanis Nature Trail measures about 4 kilometres one-way and explores, mostly, a riparian and green space environment. The pathway is a dirt trail, often under the shade of trees, popular for walking,
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Prince Albert
Parkview Lake is a small lake surrounded by green space with some trees. The lake park includes some paved trails. Popular for dog walking, birding and picnicking.
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59 Ave. & 36 Street
Lloydminster
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The Gabriel Dumont Park was created to celebrate the culture and traditions of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. It is designed in a First Nation Metis theme with sculptures, statues and monuments located throughout the park.
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Saskatoon
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The landscape protected by the park includes; native prairie grasslands, high bank ridges, rolling hills and forested ravines. Lake Diefenbaker was once a bison hunting ground for the Metis before becoming a steamboat landing servicing the Battleford
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Swift Current
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Enjoy Blackstrap Provincial Park's sandy beach, large grass lawns, sightseeing benches, swimming area, concession, washrooms, playground, campground, picnic sites and a hiking trail.
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Saskatoon
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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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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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The Meewasin Valley Trail measures 60+ kilometres and connects to many of the Saskatoon riverfront parks, promenades, recreation facilities, heritage sites, picnic day use sites, lookouts, attractions and more
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The Battleford Fort is a National Historic Site of Canada, once operated by the North West Mounted Police, located near the banks of the Battle and North Saskatchewan Rivers in the Town of Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada.
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Battleford
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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
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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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Wanuskewin Heritage Park is a national historic site and potential UNESCO World Heritage Site near Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. For over 6,000 years, Wanuskewin has been a gathering place for Northern Plains indigenous peoples. Today the park works to preserve first nations culture and continues
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4 Penner Rd, Saskatoon, SK S7K 3J7
Saskatoon
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Blue Mountain is a recreation destination measuring 583 hectares (1440 acres) designed for xc skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling in the winter and hiking, canoeing and kayaking in the summer. Located 32 kilometres northeast of the Battlefords.
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Battleford
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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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Bengough
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
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